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Fiery Southern rockers Black Stone Cherry originally hailed from a small rural town in south central Kentucky. According to the bandmembers, none of whom were born before 1983, the lack of anything to do in their hometown, coupled with a rich musical background in their community and families, led them to start playing music. Lead vocalist and guitarist Chris Robertson met drummer John Fred Young (the son of Kentucky Headhunters' Richard Young) in school, and the two played music together throughout high school. In June of 2001, Black Stone Cherry officially formed with guitarist Ben Wells and bassist Jon Lawhon. They began holding shows at clubs in the area, and after a short while they gained a large all-ages following. The band recorded its first album for In de Goot/Roadrunner Records, and after returning from the recording session, Black Stone Cherry held a homecoming concert at the local high school. Their self-titled debut album was released in July of 2006, followed by Folklore and Superstition in 2008. It performed well on the charts, both in America and across Europe. The band's third album, 2011's Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea, was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Howard Benson (Daughtry, Three Days Grace). It peaked inside the Top 40 of the album charts in their home country, and hit the top spot in Great Britain. The band toured the globe in support and won fans as far away as Japan. In 2013 the country duo Florida Georgia Line covered the band's "Stay" and hit the number one spot on the country chart. Later that year the band reentered the studio with producer Joe Barresi. In April of 2014, Black Stone Cherry issued a preview single, "Me and Mary Jane," which entered the chart at number 29 before their fourth album, Magic Mountain, was released in May. After American and U.K. tours, the band took a break in early 2015. They played the summer festival circuit and reentered Barrick Recording Studio, where their eponymously titled debut album had been cut. Thank You, Live, a DVD from their Magic Mountain tour, was released in October. In December of 2015, the new single "The Way of the Future" was released, and "In Our Dreams" arrived in January of the following year. The self-produced album Kentucky, which Black Stone Cherry called a back-to-the-roots affair, was released in April of 2016. ~ Megan Frye
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Black Stone Cherry

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Albums by
Black Stone Cherry

Top Songs by
Black Stone Cherry

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Blind Man
  3.   Stay
  4.   Lonely Train
  5.   Blue Christmas
  6.   Cheaper to Drink Alone
  7.   Please Come In
  8.   Rain Wizard
  9.   Hell and High Water
  10.   White Trash Millionaire
  11.   Drive
  12.   Things My Father Said
  13.   Remember Me
  14.   Me and Mary Jane
  15.   Blame It on the Boom Boom
  16.   In My Blood
  17.   Like I Roll
  18.   Can't You See
  19.   Shooting Star
  20.   You
  21.   All I'm Dreamin' Of
  22.   Such a Shame
  23.   The Rambler
  24.   War
  25.   Things My Father Said [Album
  26.   Backwoods Gold
  27.   Born to Die
  28.   Bad Luck & Hard Love
  29.   Won't Let Go
  30.   Maybe Someday
  31.   Violator Girl
  32.   Shakin' My Cage
  33.   Hollywood in Kentucky
  34.   Staring at the Mirror
  35.   Let Me See You Shake
  36.   Change
  37.   Ghost of Floyd Collins
  38.   Rollin' On
  39.   Evil
  40.   I Am the Lion
  41.   Dance Girl
  42.   Runaway
  43.   Peace Pipe
  44.   Holding On...To Letting Go
  45.   Big City Lights
  46.   Stop Runnin'
  47.   The Bitter End
  48.   Crosstown Woman
  49.   Hangman
  50.   The Way of the Future
  51.   Lonely Train (Can't Judge a Book)/30 Seconds of Death Metal
  52.   Yeah Man
  53.   Killing Floor
  54.   Peace Is Free
  55.   Shapes of Things
  56.   Tired of the Rain
  57.   Darkest Secret
  58.   Feelin' Fuzzy
  59.   Rescue Me
  60.   Blame It on the Boom Boom/Layla
  61.   Sometimes
  62.   Never Surrender
  63.   Magic Mountain
  64.   Die for You
  65.   Fade Away
  66.   We Are the Kings
  67.   Drinkin' Champagne
  68.   Soulcreek
  69.   Reverend Wrinkle
  70.   When the Weight Comes Down
  71.   Long Ride
  72.   Soul Machine
  73.   Blow My Mind
  74.   Cowboys
  75.   Long Sleeves
  76.   Devil's Queen
  77.   The Key
  78.   Sunrise
  79.   Bulldozer
  80.   In Our Dreams
  81.   Death Letter Blues/Soulcreek
  82.   Fiesta del Fuego
  83.   Ghost of Floyd Collins [Album