Black Stone Cherry
Due to unforeseen circumstances Theory Of A Deadman are having to pull out of the forthcoming Black Stone Cherry tour. They will be replaced by Toseland
In June of 2001, Chris Robertson, John Fred Young, Ben Wells and Jon Lawhon joined forces to form Black Stone Cherry. After 4 years of writing and constant rehearsing they signed with Roadrunner Records in 2005. They released their self-titled debut album in July 2006, followed by “Folklore and Superstition” in 2008.
The band’s third album “Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea” was released in 2011. In promotion of the album the band toured the globe. First in support of Alter Bridge, then co-headlining with Cavo and Rival Sons. They also opened for Chickenfoot on their American tour in 2012.
A year later the band re-entered the studio to work on their album “Magic Mountain”, which was released in May 2014. Currently the band is hard at work on album number five which is set to see the light of day in Spring 2016. They will return to Europe in late January. Expect them on February 8 at Trix Antwerp.