Bright Future for Black Stone Cherry

“After putting on a high octane performance, Black Stone Cherry made their way out to the T-shirt stand to talk with their fans and sign whatever they wanted. During the meet and greet with the fans, Chris Robertson (guitar and vocals), of the band from Edmonton, KY, was able to answer a few questions for The Buchtelite.”

After putting on a high octane performance, Black Stone Cherry made their way out to the T-shirt stand to talk with their fans and sign whatever they wanted.
During the meet and greet with the fans, Chris Robertson (guitar and vocals), of the band from Edmonton, KY, was able to answer a few questions for The Buchtelite.

He began by saying that the band has been together for seven years.

We got started on June 4, 2004: it was my 16 birthday, he said.

Since then, they have been together creating music. As a band they know what they want their music to be.

He said that they try to make sure the music they produce has a positive message.

The band is currently touring with Seether and Theory of a Dead Man and so far it’s great, he said.

We’ve known both bands for a long time. They are both a bunch of world class people, said Robertson. People normally have a misconception about what goes on behind stage, but they’re all great guys.

Robertson said that after this tour was over they will then be touring Europe with the opening act of Sevendust.

He explained that the best part of touring was meeting the fans, and Akron has a lot of them.

They were awesome; it was great considering Akron is a city that we don’t get that much radio play in, he said.

Black Stone Cherry put on a great show and you could tell they were having a lot of fun out there on the stage. They were a bunch of guys just loving life and loving what they do for a living. They were a very modest band that spoke highly of their fellow rock stars, proving that they too are world class acts, as performers and people.