Black Stone Cherry brought the ‘boom boom’ to Denver
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Black Stone Cherry brought the ‘boom boom’ to Denver

Black Stone Cherry brought the ‘boom boom’ to Denver

Black Stone Cherry performed for nearly an hour and a half Monday night in front of a packed Bluebird Theater in the Mile High City.

 

The Kentucky foursome is about as high octane as you can bargain for (to the exception of two acoustic songs but hey, they gotta breathe). From their latest single ‘Cheaper to Drink Alone’ all the way back to ‘Lonely Train’ the band delivered everything you’d want and then some with a little ‘Hendrix’ and ‘Zeppelin’. Not be left out, a drum solo. Not just any solo, a John Fred Young solo. John Fred plays with an intensity that is second to none in music right now.

 

The band continues their tour with support from Citizen Zero and Letters From the Fire throughout the coming weeks. You can find more at blackstonecherry.com.

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Matt Kelley

Originally from North Carolina, Matt moved to San Antonio in 2010 to be with his fiancé. It was only after realizing that he was unhappy with what he was doing professionally that he decided to take the passion he had in music and photography to another level. He left his job and became a student at the Art Institute of San Antonio and started to actively further his knowledge about photography. In December 2013, he completed the Digital Image Management program at the Art Institute of San Antonio.


Matt enjoys working with individuals, groups, musicians, actors, and anyone who wants to create a great experience.


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