Drivin’ N Cryin’ with Rust

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Cel­e­brat­ing their 33nd an­niver­sary to­gether, At­lanta-based Drivin’ N Cryin’ has spent most of this year on tour. With a gold record, 10 full-length al­bums, in­duc­tion into the Ge­or­gia Mu­sic Hall of Fame and a hand­ful of EPs to its credit, the band re­fuses to rest.

Is­land Records re-re­leased the band’s ac­claimed record “Mys­tery Road” through Uni­ver­sal Mu­sic Group last year. Dar­ius Rucker cut “Straight to Hell” on his 2017 al­bum with guest vo­cals by Luke Bryan, Charles Kel­ley and Ja­son Aldean.

The band’s name is de­rived from the na­ture of its sound: a driv­ing’ rock roll and a lit­tle coun­try twang.

“I’ve worked with Drivin’ N Cryin’ for al­most 25 years, and they are still my fa­vorite South­ern rock band,” says Mike Dougher, Song­birds ta­lent buyer. “It’s just the right mix of a hard-driv­ing band and bril­liant song­writ­ing. Kevn Kin­ney and the guys al­ways de­liver a great night of mu­sic.”

Drivin’ N Cryin’

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