Album Reviews, Music - posted on July 18, 2021 by

Carter City’s Shelby Lore Delivers The Goods And Takes Us Deep Into The ‘Great Unkown’

The Kentucky music community is flourishing once again and, we are just beginning to see the fruits of the labors put in during the pandemic. Folks like Sean Whiting and Cole Chaney are riding high on the waves of their releases. While we’re patiently awaiting new albums from folks like The Local Honeys and Grayson Jenkins. That’s a fairly diverse list, but I’m going toss someone else into the ring for y’all.

Shelby Lore is a young fella from Carter City. His style is difficult to pinpoint, but that’s by design. And while a lot of folks would suggest an artist “pick a lane” and stay in it, I’d argue the opposite. I really enjoy when an artist spreads their wings a bit. I think it’s a deeper look into who they are as an artist and something that I wish more folks embraced. 

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Concert Photos, Concert Reviews, Music - posted on May 1, 2017 by

Saturday Night Special! Lynyrd Skynyrd featuring Black Stone Cherry at the Corbin Arena.

Corbin, KentuckyKentucky has produced many musicians and bands that people have loved over time. None on the scale of Southern Rock legends, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Then again, few places have produced a band with the talent and longevity of Skynyrd. One band in particular that Kentucky has produced, is Black Stone Cherry. They’re often described as a modern day Lynyrd Skynyrd, on steroids. They’ve created a sound that’s definitely akin to Skynyrd, but has modern elements that have created a sound undeniably their own. (more…)

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Concert Photos, Music, Photos - posted on April 26, 2017 by

Evolution of the Southern Sound. The Story of Black Stone Cherry.

What if I told you that one of the most electrifying bands that continue the good ole Southern rock tradition were from the Bluegrass state? Would you believe me? Well, you better, because it’s 100% true. (more…)

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