Guy Who Isn’t Zac Brown, But Resembles Him and Dresses Like Him Releases Song Featuring Charlie Daniels Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance

Southern rock revivalists have been onto the Scooter Brown Band for a while. The band has toured extensively across the US, Europe, and military bases in Iraq the band has returned home with a gritty new single, “American Son” featuring the legendary Charlie Daniels. Even though the band’s frontman bears a striking resemblance to Zac … Read more

25 Best Road Trippin’ Songs [Playlist]

It’s the middle of summer … meaning road trip season is upon us. So whether you’re driving for few hours or a few days, these road trip songs will make your next excursion a memorable one. 25 Best Road Trippin’ Songs [Playlist]: 1. “On the Road Again” by Willie Nelson Whether it’s the wistful lyric, … Read more

15-Song Crash Course in Southern Rock

From its roots in the post-hippie 1960s, through its ’70s heyday and up until today, Southern Rock may have faded in-and-out of fashion, but it’s never gone away. Why? For fans, it embodies the rebel spirit that mainstream rock-and-roll lost a long time ago. Here are the 15 songs that built Southern Rock. 15-Song Crash … Read more

A Thousand Horses Take Fans On a Ride Through Nashville to Celebrate Their ‘Bridges’ Album Release

How do you celebrate an album release? Most people throw a party. A Thousand Horses take it a notch up. The foursome released their second album, Bridges, on June 2 and decided to take their fans for a ride. They enjoyed Nashville’s Party Porch — basically an open air party bus — and a keg … Read more

Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, and Charles Kelley Honored The Late Gregg Allman With One Hell of a Performance

Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, and Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley joined up with former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Derek Trucks to pay tribute to the late Gregg Allman. The performance began with an a cappella of the iconic Southern-rock hit “Midnight Rider,” before the trio was joined by a full band. Derek Trucks was his typical … Read more

10 Best Live Performances from Chris Stapleton

There are few voices as enthralling and well-worn as Chris Stapleton’s. Following his tenure as frontman of the SteelDrivers and writing hits for others, he has carved out his own unique path to greatness. He let’s the music do the talking, without much other fuss or smoke and mirrors. We all know the story: it … Read more

Gregg Allman is NOT in Hospice

Rumors hit the internet today alleging that the Allman Brothers Band frontman Gregg Allman had entered hospice. The 69-year-old’s manager told Variety that the rumors are not true. Moments later, Allman posted on his face page the following: “A message from Gregg: ‘ Hey everyone. I just wanted y’all to know that I’m currently home … Read more

12 Southern Rock Bands on the Rise

With the appeal for roots music on the rise throughout the music landscape, it’s no wonder Southern rock is making a resurgence. Here are some of the younger, newer, up-and-coming bands in Southern rock you need to check out. 12 Southern Rock Bands on the Rise:   1. The Ghost Wolves (Austin, TX) With straightforward … Read more

John Fogerty Joins Brad Paisley For Surprise Opry Duet

Brad Paisley had been hinting at something special for his recent performance at the Grand Ole Opry for a little while now. He tweeted several times throughout the week that something special was going to happen during his performance in the hallowed circle. As it turns out, he wasn’t kidding around. Rock and roll legend … Read more

#TeamBlake Battles it Out to Marshall Tucker Band Classic

“The Voice” battles got off to a strong start when #TeamBlake’s Adam Wakefield and Jared Harder battled it out to The Marshall Tucker Band’s legendary “Can’t You See.” During rehearsals for the performance Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani really encouraged Harder to explore who he is an artist, as Wakefield had a bit of an … Read more

Eric Church Covered Lynyrd Skynyrd in Nashville

During a stop at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Eric Church played homage to the bands that shaped him as an artist. There were licks from Black Sabbath and Bruce Springsteen and this rousing rendition of Lynyrd Skynyrd‘s “The Ballad of Curtis Loew.”   The concert broke the Bridgestone Arena’s attendance record with 18,411 fans, topping a … Read more

10 Greatest Southern Rock Bands of All-Time

Try and define the term Southern Rock. It’s not so easy, is it? Southern Rock is a genre with a rich history. Even at its best, it’s still moving forward, shifting, and ever-changing. So any list attempting to label the 10 Greatest Southern Rock Bands will always seem fickle and incomplete — as if the … Read more