BLACK STONE CHERRY ANNOUNCE NEW LIVE ALBUM
LIVE FROM THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL... Y'ALL! WILL BE OUT ON JUNE 24, 2022
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Black Stone Cherry will be releasing Live From The Royal Albert Hall… Y'All on 24th June via Mascot Records / Mascot Label Group. On Wednesday 29th September 2021 - the year of the band's 20th Anniversary - Kentucky's favourite sons, Black Stone Cherry, realised their childhood dream of playing at the legendary Royal Albert Hall, London.
And they don't disappoint as they open with the explosive "Me and Mary Jane." From clubs to arenas and Festival headline performances, no one puts on the kind of show that these boys do. Hit after hit - it's all killer - the rapturous crowd roar back. Black Stone Cherry was one of the first international bands to tour the UK following the Covid19 lockdown restrictions being eased, and they gave every single fan in there that night a euphoric dose of happiness.
They tear through an impressive back catalogue, playing songs from their most recent studio album The Human Condition through to their biggest hits and fan favourites. The band have always belonged to the fans and vice versa, which is why when you hear those songs emanate from the stage and then sung back, every fan in the world can close their eyes and remember either being there or imagine being there and the sheer joy and pride in the boys for realising a dream.
A1. Me and Mary Jane (Live)
A2. Burnin' (Live)
A3. Again (Live)
A4. Yeah Man (Live)
A5. In My Blood/Island Jam (Live)
B1. Ringin' In My Head (Live)
B2. Like I Roll (Live)
B3. Cheaper To Drink Alone (Live)
B4. Hell and High Water (Live)
C1. Soulcreek (Live)
C2. Devil's Queen (Live)
C3. Drum Solo (Live)
C4. Things My Father Said (Live)
C5. In Love With The Pain (Live)
D1. Blind Man (Live)
D2. Blame It On The Boom Boom (Live)
D3. White Trash Millionaire (Live)
D4. Lonely Train (Live)
D5. Peace Is Free (Live)