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GRITZ Stoneground & Southern Compilation Vol.4

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the GRITZ Stone Ground and Southern Music Compilation Volume IV

 

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 1. Molly Hatchet   American Pride (Ingram/McCormack)
   Molly Hatchet continues their legacy of heavy riffs and deep fried Southern lyrics with the latest single from their most recent album Justice. Read our review of the album and our interview with guitarist Bobby Ingram to gain more insight into their first ever concept album - one with a lot of heart.

mollyhatchet.com

 

 

2. Henry Paul with Duane Evans and Steve Grisham   Reckless Heart

  (Paul/Evans/Grisham)
   Here’s a real treat for Outlaws fans. A demo recorded at Evans’ Spartanburg, SC studio back in 1985 that has never been released. A great song featuring The Outlaws front man Henry Paul on vocals, along with Duane Evans and Steve Grisham (of The Ghostriders).
outlawsmusic.com
henrypaul.com

 

 

3 Paul Thorn  Pimps & Preachers  (Thorn/Maddox)
   The pride of Tupelo, Mississippi returns with another great album filled with humor, tears and infectious melodies, and we have the title track. The former championship boxer is one of our favorites.

paulthorn.com

 

 

 

 

4. Jackson  Highway  It’s Only Romance (Pierce Pettis)
Another rare find. It’s Only Romance” is the first track in some 30 years to be made available to the public by Jackson Highway. Recorded in the fall of 1981, it is to be a part of an upcoming CD release, tentatively titled “The Lost Highway Sessions.” The CD will feature tracks recorded during those last Muscle Shoals sessions.
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5. Dallas Moore    Outlaws  (Dallas Moore)
   Dallas Moore is the new face of Outlaw Country music. He’s been entertaining audiences from Florida to Ohio for years and now steps out with Can’t Tame a Wildcat, his best album yet.

dallasmoore.com

 

 

  

 

6. Buster Cousins   Jacksonville (Keliher/Emerick)
   Real life cousins Timmy Kelliher (Galloway Kelliher) and Mark Emerick (Commander Cody) unveil their new Southern Rock project. Look for an album soon! 

 

 

 

 

 

 7. Tom Coerver  You’re The Star (Coerver)
   Tom is back with his finest album yet Wood, Wire, Vibes...and Slide, showcasing more of his talent as a songwriter and multi-instrumentaist. 

tomcoerver.com 

 

 

 

 

8. Dixie Tabernacle  Back Door Plan (Goad)
   This all star project, produced in Nashville by drummer/producer Larry Goad, features Thane Shearon, Bruce Pearson, Jack Pearson, Robert Green, Jim Turbo Kirby and Larry Goad. The Allman influenced rocker is from the Tabernacle debut album.

 

 

  

 

9.  Rewind Blue  Just Like Angels Do (Brian Keith)    North Carolina’s Rewind Blue is a great band that delivers hard driving Southern Rock and beautiful country flavor with equal passion. 
www.rewindblue.com

  

 

10. Buffalo Bogan   Good Ol Boys Ain’t All Bad (Bogan/Smith)
   Here is a tune written and performed by Gritz man Michael Buffalo Smith and Nashville guitarist Lee Bogan. Bogan produced the track and played all, yes all, of the instruments. No Buffalos were harmed during the recording process.

leebogan.com

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