12 Songs, 47 Minutes


Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Where are my reviews that I wrote for this CD?

GW in PA,

Apple, this is the second time that you erased reviews I have written. I write my reviews to share my thoughts on the music I am hearing. I also read many reviews that others have posted to filter through music I am not familiar with. If this is what you are going to do, then I am not buying music from you anymore.

Best group in years!!!

howling heath,

These guys are awesome. Seen them three times in concert.

Good One Comin' On


Best cruising home from work on Friday song EVER! PERIOD! Famous radio talk show host plays this tune every Friday at 5pm and 6pm during his 2 hrs on the air, and it always puts me in a good mood. BBS is a Good Mood band. Always upbeat in their tunes, always a good time to listen to them. These guys are severely underrated, but they told me their fan base is growing bigger every year. I tell everybody about them and I hope that helps their grwoth in fan base. BBS rules!!

About Blackberry Smoke

Building on the Lynyrd Skynyrd Southern rock template with a good dose of outlaw honky tonk country and a little bit of bluegrass, gospel, and R&B mixed in, Blackberry Smoke (singer/guitarist Charlie Starr, guitarist/singer Paul Jackson, bassist/singer Richard Turner, keyboardist Brandon Still, and drummer Brit Turner) formed in Atlanta, Georgia in 2000 and quickly built a loyal fan base on the Southern tour circuit, opening for top-tier acts as Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, the Zac Brown Band, George Jones, and others. The group released a debut album, Bad Luck Ain't No Crime, in 2004 on Cock of the Walk Records, then followed it with the self-released EP New Honky Tonk Bootlegs in 2008. A second EP, Little Piece of Dixie, appeared from Big Karma Records that same year. A full-length album, this one also called Little Piece of Dixie, was released in 2009 by BamaJam Records. The band then signed with Zac Brown's Southern Ground Records, which released The Whippoorwill in 2012. The Whippoorwill was picked up by Earache, who formally signed the band in 2013. A deluxe live audio and video package entitled Leave a Scar: Live North Carolina was issued in the summer of 2014.

Later that year, BS left Brown's label and signed a deal with Rounder in the U.S. (Earache remained their European label). Taking a short break from touring, they entered the studio with producer Brendan O'Brien and emerged less than two weeks later with Holding All the Roses, then went straight back to working on the road. The album was released in February of 2015, debuting at number one on the Billboard Country charts. Blackberry Smoke returned in the autumn of 2016 with Like an Arrow, their second album for Rounder. ~ Steve Leggett

    Atlanta, GA