Blackhawk have premiered their first single, “Brothers Of The Southland,” from their upcoming Loud & Proud Records debut of the same name, Brothers Of The Southland. This marks the bands first new studio music in 12 years and pays tribute to Southern Rock heroes. Head over to USA Today to hear the new single and title track. Or click the logo below to listen.
From USA Today:
Brothers of the Southland, the title track to the first BlackHawk album in 12 years, pays tribute to Southern rock’s fallen heroes, like Ronnie Van Zant and the other members of Lynyrd Skynyrd who died in a 1977 plane crash; the Marshall Tucker Band’s Tommy and Toy Caldwell; Duane Allman; and the Outlaws’ Hughie Thomasson, Frank O’Keefe and Billy Jones. With its somber pride, it’s like a cross between the Charlie Daniels Band’s The South’s Gonna Do It Again and George Jones’ Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes.. View full article
The debut single is also available at iTunes. Click the image to get your copy now.
Blackhawk’s Loud & Proud Records debut, “Brothers Of The Southland,” hits stores July 8th, 2014.