Drivin’ N Cryin’ with Rust
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’