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BLACK STONE CHERRY To Release ‘Family Tree’ Album In April; Listen To ‘Burnin” Single

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Kentucky rockers BLACK STONE CHERRY will release their new album, "Family Tree", on April 20 via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group.
The official lyric video for the disc’s first single, "Burnin’", can be seen below.
The follow-up to 2016’s "Kentucky" was produced by BLACK STONE CHERRY and once again recorded at David Barrick’s Barrick Recording in Glasgow, Kentucky. The effort features a guest appearance from frontman Chris Robertson’s five-year-old son, who contributes backing vocals to "You Got The Blues", while GOV’T MULE’s Warren Haynes can be heard on "Dancing In The Rain".
Drummer John Fred says: "’Family Tree’ showcases all of our collective musical influences and how we have taken those to create something that is truly our own unique Southern American rock ‘n’ roll sound."
"Family Tree" track listing:
01. Bad Habit 02. Burnin’ 03. New Kinda Feelin 04. Carry Me On Down The Road 05. My Last Breath 06. Southern Fried Friday Night 07. Dancin’ In The Rain (feat. Warren Haynes) 08. Ain’t Nobody 09. James Brown 10. You Got The Blues 11. I Need A Woman 12. Get Me Over You 13. Family Tree

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