Read Southall Band releases new album “For The Birds”
Read Southall, lead singer of his self-titled band, discussed the heart and soul that has gone into all of his lyrical projects, including the band’s most recent album release, “For The Birds,” in an interview with The Statesman.
The album dropped Oct. 22, containing songs that both adapt and cherry-pick from a multitude of genres — from classic rock to early grunge — but the expressive amalgamation can best be described by Southall himself:
“I would probably say rural rock and roll,” Southall said of the band’s sound. “Individually, everybody in the band is from … very rural areas, everybody went to school with a handful of people and had the small-town vibe.” – READ MORE
“Where We Belong” – Read Southall Band
Zeppelin Meets The King!
Ginger Baker Drum Solo
“Faith Pride and Justice ” The Highway Ryders
In 1964, Ringo Starr snapped a photo of some high school students who had skipped class to see the Beatles during their first trip to the United States. The group had no idea the photo even existed until Ringo published his book of photos and asked the group to come forward. Nearly 50 years later, the group reunited and recreated the photo.
When The Levee Breaks feat. John Paul Jones
Whiskey Myers – Ballad of a Southern Man
Lone Justice – Live At The Ritz (18.09.85) Part.1
Maria McKee, Van Dyke Parks & Stevie Ray Vaughan – Troubled Waters + Sailin’ Shoes 
Blackberry Smoke Live in North Carolina
Uncle Kracker – Drift Away
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