The successful American hard and southern rock band Black Stone Cherry released several outstanding albums, the first three are now available on Music On Vinyl.
Black Stone Cherry's self-titled 2006 debut album became a real treat for rock fans, and it was the start of a career which earned them much credit. Each member is as talented as the other. From Chris Robertson's powerful, rough voice and Ben Wells' bluesy guitar riffs, to Jon Lawhon's impressive bass play and John Fred Young's technical skilled drum rolls. Their second album Folklore and Superstition charted in several lists and peaked in the US Billboard 200 at place 28. It's a versatile and impressive record, which shows how this young aged quartet could hit the right notes every time. Their third album Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea offers another amount of the fully-loaded southern rock from the group that was awarded the Best New Band at the Classic Rock Awards in 2007. The melodic compositions, great vocal work, and hard-hitting rhythms make this another noteworthy release by the band.
Black Stone Cherry's third album Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea offers another amount of the fully loaded southern rock from the group that was awarded the Best New Band at the Classic Rock Awards in 2007. The melodic compositions, great vocal work and outstanding rhythms makes this another worthy release by the band.
Black Stone Cherry is the debut album from American southern rockers Black Stone Cherry. It's an album free of fillers and it brings the sound of a young band which enjoyed their time playing together. Their constantly strong musicianship make Black Stone Cherry's debut a real treat for rock fans.