The band itself is tight as ever, front man Chris Robertson has the vocals and the smooth guitar licks to entice, there is just something about Southern Hard Rock that no matter which way you spin it, this modern and meaty blues-based rock will never die and this band is proof of it. Is in their blood, is who they are.
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Kentucky rockers Black Stone Cherry have released another track from their upcoming blues covers EP, ‘Black to Blues’ which is out on Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group on 29th September.
“Blues is the music we listen to when we sit around on the bus with a bottle of bourbon.”
Another hard rocking year has come to pass and that means more great music has come and gone in 2016. The best part for us writers who get the privilege to listen to a boatload of great music every year is introducing you to our favorite albums throughout the year. This year our staff of writers is sharing […]
What a truly awe-inspiring performance from the band, who were at their absolute best for this tour and tonight must just about be one of the best shows I have seen all year…Absolutely fantastic.
On a day that definitely felt more ‘Kentucky’ than ‘Kent’, the line up across the stages offered more than it’s fair share of southern rock and roll and thanks to another blisteringly sunny day, was all the more welcome for it. A mixed bag of acts that allowed us to travel around a little more and experience the real spirit of Ramblin’ Man Fair 2016.
The random ramblings of our fair reporter Karen Hetherington continue as she shakes off the hangover, dusts of the felt boots, dons the cape and heads back to the festival. It’s also the day Planet Rock DJ Paul Anthony got his legs out for the crowd in front of 20,000 people.
With the name of the album being their home state Black Stone Cherry has hit a home run with their latest musical endeavour (with new label Mascot Records) Kentucky.