Monthly Archives: September 2012

  1. An Evening with Brothers Charlie Starr and Rich Robinson in Nashville

    An Evening with Brothers Charlie Starr and Rich Robinson in Nashville

    Nashville, join brother Charlie and brother Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes for a special evening at The Basement on October 8. The evening is slated to feature “some of Rich’s songs, some of Charlie’s songs, and some covers.” Robinson has spent much of 2012 touring with his solo band. Tickets will be available starting tomorrow, September 25 at Grimey's New and Pre-loved Music on 8th Avenue.

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  2. "Ain't Got The Blues" In The Backyard With Taylor Guitars

    Head out back with Smoke as they perform "Ain't Got The Blues" for Taylor Guitars' Backyard Sessions:

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  3. Brothers and Sisters Fest TShirts + Other New Items Available in Online Store

    Brothers and Sisters Fest TShirts + Other New Items Available in Online Store

    Miss the merch table at Brothers and Sisters Music Festival? Or just wanna pretend you were there? Official Brothers and Sisters Music Festival tshirts now available in the online store here. The holidays are a comin, get to shoppin' Smoke fans! Check out other new items here.

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  4. "Everybody Knows She's Mine" from Ram Country on Yahoo! Music Studios

    3..2...1...Weekend! Kick it off with Smoke's live performance of "Everybody Knows She's Mine" from the Ram Country on Yahoo! Music Studios. "Everybody Knows She's Mine" appears on Smoke's latest album, The Whippoorwill.

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  5. Brothers and Sisters Music Festival Artist Spotlight: Reynolds and Williams Band

    Brothers and Sisters Music Festival Artist Spotlight: Reynolds and Williams Band

    Only two more days until Blackberry Smoke's first annual Brothers and Sisters Music Festival in Atlanta! We're shining a spotlight on all the other artists coming out to jam with Smoke that night. (Ps. Don't forget to head on down to The Masquerade box office to grab tickets for just $20. They will be $25 on Saturday - hurry, hurry!)Next up: Reynolds and Williams BandBorn and Raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Grant Reynolds and Joel Williams cite The Allman Brothers, The Black Crowes, Muddy Waters, Vince Gill and many others as some of their biggest influences. The Georgia natives recently released their self-titled debut EP. Listen and read more about the Reynolds and Williams Band here.

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  6. Mighty, mighty pleasin, pappy's corn squeezin'...Smoke Covers 'White Lightning' for Ram Country on Yahoo! Music

    Mighty, mighty pleasin, pappy's corn squeezin'...Smoke Covers 'White Lightning' for Ram Country on Yahoo! Music
    Watch as Smoke covers the legendary George Jones' 'White Lightning' exclusively for Ram Country on Yahoo! Music. Then, check out their in-studio performance of 'Everybody Knows She's Mine' from The Whippoorwill here!
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  7. Brothers and Sisters Music Festival Artist Spotlight: North Mississippi Allstars

    Brothers and Sisters Music Festival Artist Spotlight: North Mississippi Allstars

    Who else is excited for the first annual Brothers and Sisters Music Festival in Atlanta, GA this Saturday? To get you all pumped up, we're shinin' a big ole spotlight on the other artists on the bill coming out to rock. Next up: North Mississippi AllstarsNMA is a southern rock/blues band from Hernando, MS composed of brothers Luther Dickinson and Cody Dickinson and Chris Chew. NMA's first release Shake Hands With Shorty was nominated for a GRAMMY for "Best Contemporary Blues Album." Their most recent album, Keys to the Kingdom was released in 2011. Since then, their albums 51 Phantom and Electric Blue Watermelon have received nominations in that same category. The group also won a Blues Music Award for "Best New Artist Debut" in 2001. Brother Luther Dickinson currently splits his time between NMA and The Black Crowes, while Brother Cody Dickinson also started a side project, Hill Country Revue.Listen

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  8. Brothers and Sisters Music Festival Artist Spotlight: Unknown Hinson

    Brothers and Sisters Music Festival Artist Spotlight: Unknown Hinson

    First Annual Brothers and Sisters Music Festival is just a few days away and we're shinin' a big ole spotlight on the other artists coming out to rock with Smoke that night.First up: Unknown Hinson.The self-proclaimed "king of country-western troubadours" Unknown Hinson writes and produces his own music that often parodies the dark elements of today's country and redneck culture. In early 2009, Hinson's 'Torture Town' won in The 8th Annual Independent Music Awards and Vox Pop vote for Best Alternative Country Song "Torture Town". Hinson, credited as Baker, provides the voice of Early Cuyler, a balding hillbilly squid from Georgia, on Cartoon Network's late night Adult Swim program, Squidbillies. Head on over to www.unknownhinson.com for more and to listen! Then, grab your Brothers and Sisters Festival Tickets HERE - September 8, Masquerade

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  9. October 5 - Irving Plaza - NYC - Enter To Win Meet and Greet with Smoke

    October 5 - Irving Plaza - NYC - Enter To Win Meet and Greet with Smoke

    October 5 is just around the corner! Grab your tickets to see Smoke with Drivin' and Cryin' at NYC's Irving Plaza HERE. Once you've got those, enter to win a meet and greet with the guys HERE.

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