Black Stone Cherry – 2014 Concert Schedule
Southern rockers Black Stone Cherry are hitting the road again
for a tour in support of their recent album, and you don't want to miss out when they hit up a venue in your city. With fan
favorite songs like "White Trash Millionaire," "Please Come In," and "Things My Father Said," you and the rest of the audience
will be rocking out all night to the hits. This band will be bringing their unique blend of heavy rock with a country twist
to venues all across the nation, and fans like you will get to experience their music in a totally different format –
live! With heavy country rockers like Black Stone Cherry, there's no better way to experience their music than being right
there in the crowd with countless of other fans. A trip to see Black Stone Cherry is a guaranteed night of fun, whether you
like rock or country music. Their high-energy and rocking good tunes will keep any fan happy, and you definitely want to check
out a show on their next concert tour. To get your tickets to see Black Stone Cherry in concert, be sure to visit StubHub
today before they're all sold out!
About Black Stone Cherry
Rock band Black Stone Cherry formed in Edmonton,
Kentucky by Chris Robertson, John Fred Young, Ben Wells and Jon Lawhon. John Fred Young and Chris Robertson started playing
together when they were just teenagers, and Ben Wells and Jon Lawhon later joined them. John Fred Young is actually the son
of Richard Young, the guitarist for country rock band The Kentucky Headhunters, so Black Stone Cherry began using the space
that they used to record tracks in. The band began playing the local club circuit together, and soon they had a sizable local
following of fans. By 2003, Black Stone Cherry released their first demo, "Rock N' Roll Tape." A few years later the band
was ready to release their full length, self-titled album, which included tracks like "Rain Wizard," "Lonely Train," "Hell
& High Water," and "Shapes of Things."
In 2008, Black Stone Cherry followed up with their sophomore album called
"Folklore and Superstition," which produced the four singles, "Please Come In," "Blind Man," "Soulcreek," and "Things My Father
Said." The band later joined various musical acts on tour, like Whitesnake, Def Leppard, and Nickelback. Black Stone Cherry
released their third album in 2011, titled "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea." The Howard Benson-produced album contained
tracks like "White Trash Millionaire," "Stay," "Can't You See," and "Blame It on the Boom Boom." This album was met with praise,
and they were nominated for a classic rock award. Embarking on another tour, the band joined Alter Bridge and Theory of a
Deadman for a European tour during the fall of 2011.
Black Stone Cherry's most recent album, "Magic Mountain," was released
in May of 2014, and it shot to the number 5 position on the UK albums chart. In support of their new album, Black Stone Cherry
will soon be kicking off another tour, and you don't want to miss it when they come to your town.
Cherry's Breakthrough Album
Black Stone Cherry started to make a name for themselves when they played at local clubs
and venues in their hometown. Once they released their debut album, the band continued to broaden their audience and pave
the way for their future success. With their third album in 2011, "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea," the band had
selected producer Howard Benson to work on their album, whose previous work includes The All-American Rejects, Hoobastank,
Daughtry, and Kelly Clarkson. The move paid off, because the third album has proven to be a hit with fans, and it has spawned
the popular song, "White Trash Millionaire.
Black Stone Cherry Trivia
What is the nickname of the famous
house that Black Stone Cherry started playing in during their early years as a band?
The house was dubbed "The Practice
House," and it is actually a rundown farmhouse that The Kentucky Headhunters used to practice in.
you've never had a chance to see the country rockers Black Stone Cherry in concert, you really are missing out. With songs
like "White Trash Millionaire," "Can't You See," and "Blame It on the Boom Boom," you'll never want to leave the venue as
Black Stone Cherry keep churning out their hits. If you just recently discovered their music, now is the perfect time to check
out their live show as they embark on a tour in support of their new album. Are you ready to rock? Then grab your friends,
head over to StubHub for your concert tickets, and check out the next concert by southern rockers Black Stone Cherry. This
is a must-see show!