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Preacher Stone

by Preacher Stone

This is the band's first CD with their song "Not Today" featured on The Popular Hit Fox Series Sons of Anarchy! "600 HP, 200 proof guaranteed to fill the hole in your soul with rawkus rock and roll!"
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Not Today
4:23 album only
2. Livin' Proof
3:55 album only
3. Old Fashioned Ass Whoopin' Sum Bitch
4:35 album only
4. That's Just the Whiskey Talkin'
4:38 album only
5. Brother's Keeper
4:08 album only
6. Blood From A Stone
5:41 album only
7. Tractor Pull
4:10 album only
8. Homegrown Hoedown
3:16 album only
9. Southern Hospitality
4:29 album only
10. Mother To Bed
3:12 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Check out Preacher Stone's Debut CD with their hit song “Not Today” featured on the Hit Fox television Series Sons of Anarchy!

From PureSouthernrock by Keith Stefanec
“Throughout my time as a devoted Southern rock enthusiast, I have had a plethora of albums spin their way through my turntables and CD players. (I won't even mention the 8-track player I got for my 5th birthday 'cause that will most definitely date me from way back!) Out of all the rock, blues, country, and jazz albums I've heard, there are always those albums that scream Southern Rock! From the feel of the music, the themes of the songs, even to the “look” of the cover, Southern rock leaves an unmistakable mark. The new CD from Preacher Stone is one of those albums.
These boys from North Carolina have taken the roots of Southern rock and brought into the modern era to give us one powerhouse CD. Ronnie Riddle, lead vocalist and lyricist, has the unique ability to tell a story with a sense of authenticity and credibility. With a voice that sounds soaked with attitude and Old No. 7, Ronnie shines on “Not Today”, “Old Fashioned Ass Whoopin' Sum Bitch”, “That's Just the Whiskey Talkin'”, and “Southern Hospitality.” The guitar work is outstanding! Between the tasty dual leads and straight-ahead in your face leads, this dynamic duo rocks like Southern boys should.
Southern justice, kickin' ass, and drinkin' whiskey is just a slice of what this band is all about. When its time to get introspective, check out “Brother's Keeper” and “Blood from a Stone” for the impressive Hammond B-3 sounds from keyboardist Duke Rivers. The band slows it down to ask the age-old questions that have plagued man for ages.
Every song on this album has a hook and reason for being there. Nothing seems throw-away or rushed. This is an album you will listen to all the way through. The production of this album is outstanding and sounds more like something I would expect from a band signed to a major label. If this is just the beginning of Preacher Stone, I can't wait to hear what comes next! These guys are living proof that Southern rock is still alive and well. “

Rockrealms, United Kingdom
“I have to say, North Carolina rockers Preacher Stone have really taken me by surprise with this album. The fact the band have only existed for a little over a year, I wasn't expecting anything from this eponymous debut. How wrong I was!
They play (in their own words) a collection of foot-stompin', guitar-slingin', tellin'-it-like-it-is songs about real life. One of the first things that hits you is just how good the lyrics are. These guys have either lived every last second of everything they sing about, or they've got bloody vivid imaginations. There's a brutal honesty to the words, and a real sense of campfire intrigue to the stories!
Think along the lines of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bad Company mixed more modern acts like Black Stone Cherry and Nickelback and you'll have the right idea. Although, as said, the lyrics are the big selling point of this album, there's no doubt these boys can play!”



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