Kentucky rockers BLACK STONE CHERRY will guest on the nationally syndicated radio show “Rockline” with host Bob Coburn on Monday, May 30 at 8:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. ET. Fans are encouraged to speak with BLACK STONE CHERRY by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625).
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“Blame It On The Boom Boom”, a brand new song from BLACK STONE CHERRY, is available for free download at this location (sign-up required). The track comes off the band’s third album, “Between The Devil And Deep Blue Sea”, which will be released on May 31 via Roadrunner Records. The “White Trash Millionaire” single, which can be streamed below, was made available digitally on March 29.
BLACK STONE CHERRY, comprised of vocalist Chris Robertson, guitarist Ben Wells, bassist Jon Lawhon and drummer John Fred Young, is a band adept at creating both timeless rock ‘n’ roll and new, innovative sounds. While the band’s last record, “Folklore And Superstition”, was a compelling tribute to brotherhood and history, the new album is the summation of a year in the life of the band — every emotion, triumph, loss, romance and everything in between — it’s all here on “Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea”.
This is the first time BLACK STONE CHERRY has not recorded in the South, this time taking up residence in Los Angeles to work with famed producer Howard Benson (THEORY OF A DEADMAN, DAUGHTRY, THREE DAYS GRACE). The new surroundings allowed them to strengthen their relationships as both band members and friends, ultimately a detail that sets “Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea” above previous recordings. The raw intensity that pervades the music on this album harkens back to the early days of BLACK STONE CHERRY, when they were a bunch of blue-collar guys just making music together for the hell of it. The band admits, “When we first began writing music, we hadn’t traveled very far out of our home state of Kentucky. Now, ten years later, we’ve traveled the world and experienced things we never imagined we would.”
First single, “White Trash Millionaire”, pairs Robertson‘s soulful delivery with the urgent and infectious rhythms of his fellow players. Sure, this is Southern rock at heart; but the concept is universal: just take what the world gives you and make that work. “This album is the culmination of all of the everyday ups and downs life throws at you,” says the band. “Sonically, you’ll hear some of the meanest sounding guitar riffs we’ve ever laid down, and at the same time, you’ll find ballads that will tug on your heartstrings. We wanted the album’s intensity to match that of our live show. We’re very proud of this album and excited for our fans to hear it!”
“Blame It On The Boom Boom” preview: