Adam Duritz and Counting Crows made a commitment from the beginning to stay together, he says. “It’s a weird alchemy, doing art in a collaborative way. It’s nearly impossible to find a way that works. And when it does, you have to appreciate it and respect it,” he says. The band performs Tuesday at Starlight Theatre.
Adam Duritz and Counting Crows made a commitment from the beginning to stay together, he says. “It’s a weird alchemy, doing art in a collaborative way. It’s nearly impossible to find a way that works. And when it does, you have to appreciate it and respect it,” he says. The band performs Tuesday at Starlight Theatre. From the artist
Adam Duritz and Counting Crows made a commitment from the beginning to stay together, he says. “It’s a weird alchemy, doing art in a collaborative way. It’s nearly impossible to find a way that works. And when it does, you have to appreciate it and respect it,” he says. The band performs Tuesday at Starlight Theatre. From the artist
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Counting Crows: Still flying high after 25 years by putting the band first

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