Black Stone Cherry To Release “Black To Blues” Covers EP In September

Black Stone Cherry will be releasing an EP of blues covers titled “Black to Blues” on September 29. The first single is a cover of Howlin’ Wolf’s “Built for Comfort,” which can be heard at You can also find a teaser for the release, which also features tracks from Muddy Waters, Freddie King and Albert King, below:

Chris Robertson commented:

“I know it’s crazy for four rock ‘n’ roll dudes to make a blues EP, but it’s us sharing with everyone the music that’s been our DNA from day one. The blues is such honest music. When you hear it, it’s, like, ‘I’m down on my luck, and, damn, that guy gets just how I feel’. I hope by sharing this music we have the beautiful opportunity to expose a new generation to the blues. It was humbling and freeing at the same time. It reignited our passion for this music, and it will definitely have an effect on our next album.”

“Black to Blues” Track Listing:

01. “Built for Comfort”
02. “Champagne & Reefer”
03. “Palace of the King”
04. “Hoochie Coochie Man”
05. “Born Under a Bad Sign”
06. “I Want to Be Loved”


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