Tag Archives: Southern Rock

Raven Cain – Oblivious

Raven Cain – Oblivious

America’s Raven Cain releases his new album Oblivious on 1st December featuring tracks of southern rock with flecks of blues and country added into the mix, making one almighty feel-good rock ‘n’ roll album. Cain’s life reads like a Chuck Palahniuk novel: Raised in an ultra-religious cult, with his mother, a father who was an absent musician and a stepfather ...

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Outlaws & Moonshine

Outlaws & Moonshine – Devil In The Moonshine

The re-emergence of Southern Rock finds Indianapolis based outfit Outlaws & Moonshine throwing their hat in the ring to unveil their first full album, Devil in the Moonshine. Following their independently released debut EP, 1919 in 2015, Beau Van (lead vocals, guitars), Mike Back (guitars, vocals), Travis (slide guitar), Chris Van (bass, vocals) and Eric Piper (drums, percussion) toured across ...

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Bad Touch’s Stevie Westwood Spreads the Good Word…

Bad Touch won the Exposure Music Award back in 2012 and the Marshall Ultimate Band Contest the following year, and if you’ve caught the band live you know that’s where they shine, in their natural element. Not they’ve shied away from the recording studio, with two albums under their belt and singles ‘99%’ and ‘Baby Get It On’ radio play-listed ...

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Doomsday Outlaw – All That I Have Single & Video

The UK band Doomsday Outlaw has a new single ‘All That I Have‘ out taken from their album Suffer More. Described as a “swaggering, searing blues riddled rocker, showcasing the band’s trademark Southern rock alongside their dirty heavy blues influence,” that’s not far from the mark as you can see for yourself by catching the accompanying video here: Those suitably impressed ...

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Rex Brown

Review: Rex Brown – Smoke On This…

Rex Brown, a name of royalty in the metal World with the huge rise in the 90’s of legendary band, Pantera. Joining a collective of impressive musicians in other projects such as Down and Kill Devil Hill, the later of which being the closest of the three mentioned with what to expect from this solo effort. Smoke on This… takes ...

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Kentucky Headhunters

Kentucky Headhunters & Bad Touch announce UK tour

Grammy award-winners, The Kentucky Headhunters, will be touring the UK this October in support of their latest album On Safari with Bad Touch riding shotgun as support. According to the RIAA, The Kentucky Headhunters have sold over 11 million albums of their particular brand of southern rock worldwide but did not tour the UK until July 2016. Support on that tour were Bad Touch, and ...

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Blacktop Mojo - Burn The Ships

Review: Blacktop Mojo – Burn the Ships

Blacktop Mojo, if you haven’t heard of them yet, you soon will. These Texan rockers are on the way up, and in big ways. Burn The Ships is their upcoming release, a southern rock goliath of an album. These guys take the sound of the heavier side of the south but not without the flair and tinge that can alienate ...

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Bad Touch – Truth Be Told

Review: Bad Touch – Truth Be Told

A five piece from Norfolk playing Southern rock? Truth Be Told is Bad Touch’s second full-length player and features a couple of radio remixes by Rolling Stones’ engineer/co-producer Chris Kimsey who appears to be a gainful influence on the band. “Will you remember me in the summer time?” sings Stevie Westwood on opening cut ‘On More Night’ capturing the general lyrical ...

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Vermilion Whiskey – Spirit of Tradition

Review: Vermilion Whiskey – Spirit of Tradition

Vermilion Whiskey have been about and kicking ass with their South Louisiana sound since 2010, with a stellar release 10 South back in 2013, they carved their way through the live music scene. Fast forward to 2017, and they are back, this time with Spirit of Tradition. Don’t let the small track count fool you, running at full length it is ...

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Bad Touch recruits new guitarist

Guitarist Rob Glendinning has parted company with UK band Bad Touch. It would appear the co-founder hasn’t left on bad terms however because it was him who suggested his own successor, Harry Slater – A 20 year old who’s been described as a “guitar virtuoso.” Slater has already performed live with Bad Touch, and there is video footage of him ...

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