Preacher Stone - Not Today
Preacher Stone sure has accomplished a lot for such a young band. Formed in 2008, they played first gig in January 2009 and have already released a strong self-titled debut album that has gained airplay in radio stations in US and Europe.
Preacher Stone rose from the ashes of two local North Carolina bands, Phantom Park and Riddle. After some changes in the line-up, the band now features Ronnie Riddle on vocals, ex-Swampdawamp member Marty Hill and Benny Huntt on guitars, Brent Enman on drums and Josh Sanders on bass.
Not a Southern rock band, but "Rock Band from the South", Preacher Stone songs feature topics close to their hearts such as love gone bad, drinking Southern hospitality and friendship.
The bands undeniable “bread and butter” is their live show. When they hit the stage, they give the people their money's worth and I guarantee they’ll make a fan out of everyone in ear-shot.
Preacher Stone’s self-titled debut came out in August 2009, proudly bearing the influence of Molly Hatchet and Lynyrd Skynyrd; it has captured the classic Southern rock sound and brought it to the new millennium. The album has already topped the charts in CDbaby, so be sure to check out our review of Preacher Stone’s debut album.
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2009 Preacher Stone
2010 Uncle Buck's Vittles