Ink19 Magazine Reviews ‘Scarred But Smarter: Life N Times of Drivin N Cryin’

Posted on: 21 October 2014

Scarred But Smarter: Life N Times of Drivin N Cryin directed by Eric Von Haessler Shanzing Films by James Mann Finally one of Atlanta’s most beloved bands going on 30 years, Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ get a proper reckoning in Scarred But Smarter: Life N Times of Drivin N Cryin. Directed by rabid fan and former radio […]

Relix Magazine Performance

Posted on: 25 September 2014

On a recent run up the through the northeast, Kevn, Tim and Dave visited Relix Magazine’s NYC office in September to perform a couple of tracks from the DNC EP series. Check out “Love Is the World” from Songs for the Turntable and “The Little Record Store Just Around The Corner” from Songs From The Psychedelic Time Clock […]


Augusta Chronicle: Drivin N Cryin is example of success for musicians

Posted on: 14 August 2014

August 13, 2014 by Steven Uhles for The Augusta Chronicle Twenty-five years ago, Drivin N Cryin was a band enjoying, by rock and roll standards, fairly significant success. The band, which had begun in 1986, had garnered a large regional following, released albums on a major label, had videos played on the then-music-centered MTV and […]

“Still creating vital, powerful music.” Ink 19 Reviews ‘Turntable’

Posted on: 7 March 2014

Atlanta’s Kevn Kinney and Drivin’ N Cryin’ have weathered the ups and downs of the music business since the mid-’80s with their mix of hard rock, southern-style boogie, a heap of punk attitude, topped off with Kinney’s love of lo-fi garage rock. The last year has seen them release 4 EPs (Songs From The Laundromat, Songs […]