Black Stone Cherry Tickets & Tour Dates 2014 / 2015
Black Stone Cherry is an American southern rock outfit hailing from Kentucky. Formed in 2001, the band consists of frontman Chris Robertson, rhythm guitarist Ben Wells, bassist Jon Lawhon, and drummer John Fred Young, and they’re signed to Roadrunner Records.
Replacing the traditional image of Deep South gospel choirs with their edgy hard-rock, Black Stone Cherry cite the likes of AC/DC and Soundgarden as their main influences. Their unique sound and imaginative lyrics are mixed together with a little blues and motown to forge a modern twist on classic rock.
The band are equally known for their prowess on stage, and have performed highly-rated live shows across the globe, sharing the stage with the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Alter Bridge, and Def Leppard in recent years and rocking festivals like Download.
Black Stone Cherry have released three full studio albums, and their fourth ‘Magic Mountain’ is due in spring 2014. Following its release, Black Stone Cherry will head to the UK for an arena tour with Airbourne and Theory Of A Deadman in tow as support - check below to find tickets!
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bad security,band encouraged thuggish behavior
Cardiff Cardiff Motorpiont Arena on October 28 2014
Saw Black Stone Cherry supported by Airbourne at Cardiff Motorpoint arena. Airbourne encouraged grown men in the crowd to act crazy, barging into each other and other people in the crowd in a 'mosh-pit' style. This also included throwing full cans at the crowd. There were many people at the gig of all ages, including children, and I don't believe that everyone wanted to get hit in the face by these huge men.
This concert was for everyone, everyone who bought a ticket, but it seemed to me that the only ones that were supposed to enjoy it were these thugs. If the bands want to play their music just for these type of people, then I will not be buying or listening to any of their music. As far as security at the venue was concerned, there didn't seem to be any. I didn't feel very safe, I was supposed to be enjoying myself. If Black Stone Cherry endorses this kind of thing, as well as the venue, then I wont be attending another event or associate myself with their music.
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Black Stone Cherry brought Airbourne and Theory Of A Deadman with them to Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena for an evening of riffs, solos and just a little beer on October 28.
Photos: Craig Thomas/Tallboy Images Needless to say, the buzz around this Black Stone Cherry tour has gripped the UK’s rock fans since dates surfaced back in March, hot-on-the-heels of their sold-out Southern Hospitality run, which found them rocking venues half the size of those they’ve been packing out of late.
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