Chris Robertson From Black Stone Cherry On Their New Album 'Family Tree' And The Roots Of So
Kentucky-based southern rock legends Black Stone Cherry are back with their 6th studio album Family Tree, where the band pays tribute to their classic rock heritage and honors its legacy with a beast of a Southern rock ’n roll album that makes you want to throw down a beer or two and party with your crew.
For 17 years, Black Stone Cherry has put forth a new vicious breed of Southern rock, injecting youthful vitality and a myriad of fresh new influences into the beloved American rock tradition. To date, the band has released five critically acclaimed albums, and one well-received blues EP. Black Stone Cherry has also rocked 12,000-cap arena shows, topped the UK charts, and shared the stage with a diverse roster of superstars, including Def Leppard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Motörhead, and ZZ Top.
Nev recently caught up with BSC front man and all round good dude Chris Robertson for the Everblack Podcast to talk about the new album Family Tree, touring Australia, the use of the infamous 'talk box' pedal on the record and go deep into the roots of southern rock and it's connection to others genres like metal.
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Black Stone Cherry - Family Tree is out April 20 via Mascot Records
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