Blackberry Smoke is an American Southern rock and country rock band from Atlanta, Georgia, consisting of frontman Charlie Starr, guitarist Paul Jackson, bassist Richard Turner, drummer Brit Turner, and keyboard-player Brandon Still.
Formed in 2000, the band released their debut album, 'Bad Luck Ain't No Crime', in 2004, which they followed with ‘Little Piece of Dixie’ in 2009 and ‘The Whippoorwill’ in 2012, which reached #40 in the Billboard Hot 200. Their latest album, 'Holding All the Roses', surpassed that feat by climbing to #29 in the Billboard Hot 200 in 2015. The band are set to release their latest album, ‘Like An Album’, on October 14, 2016 via Rounder Records.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the USA and Europe and have supported the likes of Lynyrd Sknyrd, ZZ Top, Eric Church and supported Zac Brown Band. The band headed out on a small tour of the UK in November 2015, as well as an appearance at Stone Free Festival.
Blackberry Smoke headed to the UK in November 2018, following the release of their latest album, 'Find A Light', which hit shelves on April 6. They also reached Europe and the US this year too.
Next up, Blackberry Smoke head out on the Break it Down Acoustic Tour in spring 2019, which travels across the US. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information on Stereoboard below.
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Upcoming Blackberry Smoke Tour Dates & Concerts
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Thu 1st Nov 2018
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For southern rock ‘n’ roll fans still mourning the Allman Brothers’ demise and Lynyrd Skynyrd’s recent retirement, salvation isn’t too far away. Although those legends can never be replaced, Georgia outfit Blackberry Smoke have spent the best part of a decade keeping the genre they pioneered alive, kicking and – most importantly - relevant.
Wed 11th Apr 2018
Ask any fan of Blackberry Smoke which of their albums best represents their sound and they’ll probably go into a tailspin of deliberation. The Georgia quintet may be southern rock stalwarts with an easily identifiable sonic imprint, but they always gift each record its own unique signature, tellingly spicing their musical stew with fresh flavours.