BLACK STONE CHERRY: 'Things My Father Said' Video To Premier Tomorrow

"Things My Father Said", the new video from Edmonton, Kentucky rockers BLACK STONE CHERRY, will make its online debut tomorrow, May 18 at 11:00 a.m. on the Roadrunner Records web site. The band says, "This video means so much to us and is the most highly anticipated video we've made thus far! We would like to thank everyone who sent in photos and all of our friends and family who help make this video what it is...REAL PEOPLE...REAL EMOTION. We can't wait for this to hit TV as we feel people all over the world can connect with this song. We can honestly say that this video hits a chord in every one of our hearts, and we hope this touches you as well. To us this isn't just another music video, it's something way more special to not only the band, but to our friends, family, and fans all over the world! This is for EVERYONE!!"

Behind-the-scenes footage from the "Things My Father Said" video shoot can be viewed below.

A 12-minute audio interview with BLACK STONE CHERRY vocalist/guitarist Chris Robertson conducted by Mick Burgess, the U.K. correspondent for Norway's Metal Express Radio, has been posted online at this location.

BLACK STONE CHERRY released "the southern bluesy love track" "Please Come In" as the second single from its sophomore album, "Folklore and Superstition".

"Folklore and Superstition" sold 13,600 in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 28 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee at Black Bird Studios, which is owned and operated by country music star Martina McBride. It was produced and mixed by veteran Bob Marlette (OZZY OSBOURNE, SALIVA).

BLACK STONE CHERRY's "Blind Man" video was shot on July 10, 2008 in Louisville, Kentucky at the famous Waverly Hills Sanatorium.


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