Black Stone Cherry... Who wants to be a "White Trash Millionaire"!
I wanna be a white trash millionaire
Ainít got much and I donít care
Count your cash and kiss my ass
The whole damn world gonna know Iím here
Got two zig-zags and you know Iíll share
Iím everyone from nowhere
White trash, white trash, white trash millionaire...
Black Stone Cherry are stars on the rise. They attack each song with a strength and vigor that rivals any band. The adrenaline they have is unbelievable. Every song is like a tidal wave of sound; everything is thrown at the listener, and like the wave you can see it and feel it coming. Black Stone Cherry are so visual and a real pleasure to watch. Guitarist Ben Wells and bassist Jon Lawhon raced around the stage as they played, getting the crowd all caught up in their energy.
I liked the way the band not only interacted with the crowd but with themselves as well. They were loud, boisterous, fun and put smiles on everyone's face.
Black Stone Cherry was part of the opening act for Hinder and quite honestly I had not heard of them before. A friend of mine had only great things to say about them and gave the band thumbs up, yet I was still skeptical. Well my skepticism didn't last very long and I had to admit my friend was right! These guys have talent and I believe they have the potential to take their southern roots and unique sound to the masses. I definitely think we have not heard the last of them. Their third album "Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea is released May 31st, 2011. Their first Black Stone cherry, self-titled album was released July 18th, 2006 and their second Album, "Folklore And Superstition went on sale August 19th, 2008.
Favorite moment: Band teasing the lead singer Favorite Song: White Trash Millionaire and Blind Man
If truth be told the only bad part of the show was that it was over way to quickly.