Blackberry Smoke

Acclaimed American rock band Blackberry Smoke’s new song, “Ain’t The Same,” is debuting today. Listen/share HERE.

Acclaimed American rock band Blackberry Smoke’s new song, “Hey Delilah,” is debuting today. Watch/share the official music video HERE. Describing the track, lead singer Charlie Starr shares, “A good old scary Bible story with a New Orleans groove. Delilah has a cellphone now, though.”  

Acclaimed American rock band and proud Georgia natives, Blackberry Smoke, will release their highly anticipated new album, You Hear Georgia, May 28 via Thirty Tigers (pre-order here). Across the album’s ten new songs, Blackberry Smoke continue to embody Georgia’s rich musical legacy as they have for the past two decades, honoring the people, places and sounds of their home state.

Cola Concerts has announced a new show with Southern rockers Blackberry Smoke and North Mississippi Allstars. Both bands will headline a concert at the Columbia Speedway Entertainment Center on Friday, April 23 at 7:00 PM. The show is part of an incredible weekend for Cola Concerts which will also feature Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires (4/24), and Wynonna Judd (4/25). Tickets for Blackberry Smoke and North Mississippi Allstars go on sale Friday, February 12 at 10:00 AM.

Me & My Guitar, a new compilation album created by Charlie Overbey to benefit NIVA’s Save Our Stages, is out today exclusively via Bandcamp. Purchase HERE.

The Birthplace of Country Music (BCM) has been in the thick of planning its 2021 Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival ever since the nonprofit announced the cancellation of its 20th anniversary event this year due to the global COVID-19 health crisis. Organizers say they are optimistic that new vaccines, now in development, will help the music, events, and tourism industries rebound after a long nine-month pause.

Blackberry Smoke will perform three special livestream concerts this fall as part of their “Pandemic Jam” series via Mandolin. Each show will take place at 8:00pm ET/7:00pm CT and be broadcast from a different location in either Nashville or Atlanta.

The Drive-In style set up at the ranch was in the same fashion as going to the movies, except this movie theatre had a real PA system. Cars were parked in rows and the social distance tailgating was highly successful. There were limited VIP tables set up in front of the stage for a bit more intimate viewing. Robert Randolph started the show with some of the members and introduced Devon and Duane a few songs in. At that point, the musicians on stage were from five different bands.

Blackberry Smoke’s special new EP, Live From Capricorn Sound Studios, is out today with a portion of all proceeds going to the Recording Academy’s MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. Stream/purchase HERE.

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