Black Stone Cherry are Burnin'2018-02-10 by Antonius | 7 Comments
|Kentucky's favorite hard rock boys have announced the release of their sixth studio album, Family Tree. |
The follow-up to Kentucky will be released on April 20, 2018 and will contain 13 tracks. The album includes two special guests: Chris Robertson's [vocalist] 5-year-old son contributing backing vocals to "You Got the Blues" and guitarist Warren Haynes [Gov't Mule] contributing to "Dancing in the Rain."
The first track released is "Burnin", and you can see the video below:
Tagged: Black Stone Cherry
Digging: Vola - Applause of a Distant Crowd
my black stone cherries were burnin', but then I got some antibiotics and it cleared right up
Digging: Fugazi - Margin Walker
Remember when instead of releasing a new opeth song reoadrunner released a black stone cherry song and they just said go listen to them instead of opeth when everyone complained
can these guys just hang it up so they can release a greatest hits album that will be semi-worth it?
Digging: Circles - The Last One
Sounds like a ZZ Top song. Not bad, I like it more than the lead single off the last album, but I'm hoping for something a little more substantial from the new LP.
complete garbage like everything else by this band
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