Kevn Kinney City Winery Preview, August 2nd

Posted on: 22 August 2016

Kevn Kinney and friends live at Atlanta’s City Winery this Tuesday night July 30, 2016 Chris Martin Whether solo or with his band Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ (DNC) Kevn Kinney has written a wealth of great music. His songs come from the voice of the common man with lyrics that most can relate to. He sings about life and […]


Drivin’ N Cryin’ to bring ‘power pop,’ ‘hard rock’ to Duluth stage

Posted on: 11 August 2016

When Kevn Kinney, vocalist and guitarist with the band Drivin’ N Cryin,’ steps onstage, he said he shows his true personality to connect with the audience. With more than 30 years with the band, Kinney said being himself is the easiest way to stand out in any art form. “Whether it be writing, painting or making music … be yourself, […]


Drivin’ N Cryin’ brings guitarist Warner Hodges along for their three-decade ride

Posted on: 29 July 2016

Fly Me Courageous and Mystery Road, the two most popular albums by Atlanta’s Drivin’ N’ Cryin’, are 25 and 27 years old, respectively. Those two albums were fascinating because, played back-to-back, the only similarity between the two seems to be the high, wounded howl of singer/guitarist/songwriter Kevn Kinney. Mystery Road is like a map of late-’80s college radio, wandering […]


Dig Me Out Podcast’s Review of Smoke

Posted on: 26 July 2016

This week our requested review takes us down South to Atlanta, GA to check out the fifth album Smoke by Drivin’ N Cryin’. After previously scoring a moderate hit “Fly Me Courageous” off the album of the same name, the band returned with this hard rock ode to the classic rock riffage of AC/DC, Aerosmith and Jimi Hendrix, with […]


Kevn Kinney’s Auto Shop and Magic Show at the City Winery, Atlanta GA

Posted on: 25 July 2016

A residency of every Tuesday in August featuring the songs of ‘Drivin n Cryin’ and Kevn Kinney. That’s music from over a dozen LP’s, spanning a thirty year career. Each night will feature a special guest  musician with some musical history connected with then band. These are evenings of be there or nowhere. Every night is a special deconstruction/reconstruction […]


Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ bring the heart of America to the Sahara

Posted on: 20 July 2016

“Thank you for coming out to our South by Southwest performance,” band leader Kevn Kinney joked a few songs into Tuesday’s Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ show at the Sahara Lounge. “We’re a little late, but we got stuck in traffic for four months.” They were worth any wait, as it turned out. The Atlanta rockers have […]


Shows of the Week: 30 Years of Drivin N’ Cryin’, Still On the Road

Posted on: 18 July 2016

DRIVIN’ N’ CRYIN’ Satellite Bar, July 21   Like Dash Rip Rock, BoDeans, the Jayhawks, and a few others, Atlanta’s Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ belongs to that class of roots-rock bands formed in the mid-‘80s that never quite broke all the way through to the mainstream (outside a stray hit single or two) but continue reaping […]


Burnt Hickory Brewery DNC30 IPA

Posted on: 12 October 2015

A new brew to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ by Melissa Ruggieri for The Atlanta Journal Constitution October 5, 2015 An induction into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame is an obvious honor for any hometown artist. But getting your own beer? Well, that’s a whole other level of celebration. Atlanta rockers Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ recently […]


DNC Induction Into The GA Music Hall of Fame

Posted on: 8 October 2015

September 26, 2015 By Melissa Ruggieri – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Kevn Kinney admits that when he learned that his band, Drivin’ N’ Cryin’, would be inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, he was a bit taken aback. “It’s way, way beyond,” the singer-guitarist said, reflecting on what this weekend’s induction ceremony will mean. “The important […]


Glide Magazine reviews ‘Best Of Songs’

Posted on: 1 June 2015

DRIVIN’ N’ CRYIN’ – BEST OF SONGS (ALBUM REVIEW) June 1, 2015 by Neil Ferguson for Glide Magazine For any band that lasts thirty years, the notion of a greatest hits compilation is almost silly. Even the best of these rarely do justice in capturing a band’s catalogue and respective eras. On their newly released […]


“Easily one of the best ALBUMs of the year.”

Posted on: 5 May 2015

Ink 19 Magazine Reviews ‘Best Of Songs’ May 5, 2015 by James Mann for Ink 19 Magazine As much as I enjoyed the Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ EPs of the last few years- Songs From the Laundromat, Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones, Songs From the Psychedelic Time Clock and Songs For the Turntable, I’m a vinyl guy, […]


“More fun than you can shake a stick at!” – No Depression Reviews ‘Best Of Songs’

Posted on: 22 April 2015

April 22, 2015 by Harrisonaphotos for No Depression Yeehaw! More fun than you can shake a stick at! Drivin n Cryin have been around for nigh on 30 years and in that time managed to produce more songs that make smile and wiggle my bum to, than just about anyone else; and the Driving ( and […]


Icon Fetch Reviews ‘Best Of Songs’

Posted on: 15 April 2015

“In an era where nobody creates a whole album of great songs, Drivin N Cryin just gave the music industry a big middle finger – and produced a killer record.” Icon Fetch reviews the upcoming Plowboy Records vinyl-only release ‘Best Of Songs’… http://www.iconfetch.com/…/860-drivin-n-cryin-best-of-songs… by Tony Peters for Icon Fetch Perhaps Drivin N Cryin are onto something here.  Leader Kevn Kinney […]


A Very Special Evening with Drivin N Cryin

Posted on: 3 April 2015

We’re very pleased to announce a unique and intimate event with Drivin N Cryin. Please join us for an evening of dinner, drinks and a very special performance in the intimate setting of Atlanta’s Buckhead Tavern. Guests will dine with DNC, receive an autographed copy of the new Plowboy Records vinyl-only release ‘Best Of Songs,’ […]


Tour: Kevn Kinney & Tim Knol

Posted on: 29 January 2015

Kevn and Tim Knol hit the road in February and March for several dates in the Southeast , including Charlotte NC, Charleston SC, Atlanta GA, Nashville TN, and more. A critically acclaimed Dutch singer and songwriter, Tim Knol’s roots rock style has drawn comparisons to American artists like Gram Parsons and Wilco. His self-titled debut album was released in 2010, followed […]


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 […]


American Songwriter Magazine Guest Blog: Kevn Kinney – The Evolution Of My Fall With Archer

Posted on: 1 April 2014

Written by Songwriter U for American Songwriter Magazine. April 1st, 2014 Kevn Kinney is not only the mastermind behind “Cherlene,” the soundtrack to the hit FX show“Archer,” but is the lead singer and guitarist of seminal southern rock band Drivin’ N Cryin’. Drivin’ N Cryin’s latest, ‘Songs For The Turntable,’ available on Blank Records, is the fourth in a series of as-promised […]


Van Buren Fowler (1959-2014)

Posted on: 9 March 2014

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our brother-in-arms Buren Fowler. Words alone cannot express the sense of loss that we all feel. He will be deeply missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his dear wife Paula and his family. We love you Buren. Godspeed. Please join us […]


“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 […]


USA Today Talks To Kevn About Producing For F/X’s ‘Archer’

Posted on: 3 March 2014

Kevn Kinney’s ‘Danger Zone’ cover will be heard on FX’s hit animated series. March 3, 2014 by David Oliver for USA Today About six or seven months ago, Adam Reed, creator of FX’s Archer, took Kevn Kinney, lead singer of Drivin’ N’ Cryin’, to lunch to ask him to compose some country songs for a soundtrack (out […]


“…their best material in over two decades.” Music Enthusiast Magazine Review of ‘Turntable’

Posted on: 6 February 2014

Drivin’ n’ Cryin’, ‘Songs for the Turnable’ – Album Review By: William Clark – February 6, 2014 Southern rockers Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ have taken a creative approach when it came down to releasing new music throughout these past twelve months. Whereas some groups have fallen into a habit of releasing a new studio album every three or four years, […]


Target Audience Magazine Reviews ‘Turntable’

Posted on: 5 February 2014

Songs For The Turntable: The much anticipated EP from Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ February 5, 2014 By Moret Bonnie The new Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ EP Songs For The Turntable on Blank Records is fourth in a series of four EPs available on CD and for digital download. It contains five new songs, produced by Paul Ebersold at Nashville’s Sound Kitchen Recording […]


American Songwriter Magazine Debuts New Aaron Lee Tasjan Song

Posted on: 3 February 2014

Video Premiere: Aaron Lee Tasjan, “Don’t Walk Away” You might not imagine that a founder and original guitarist of eyeliner-loving glam rockers Semi Precious Weapons might identify as a singer-songwriter who takes more from Tom Petty than T. Rex, but Aaron Lee Tasjan manages to squeeze the grit from a flamboyant past and turn it into folk-based rock ‘n’ […]


‘Songs for the Turntable’ brings it all home for the DNC fans

Posted on: 24 January 2014

Innocent Words Magazine Reviews ‘Songs For The Turntable’ By Paul Barrel January 23, 2014 With their fourth and final release created under the business model that they would issue shorter EPs over a period of months versus a longer release that could take years to reach the market, Drivin N Cryin has hit a home run. […]


‘Songs For The Turntable’ Now Available on CD & for Download!

Posted on: 10 January 2014

We’re very pleased to announce the release of the new Drivin N Cryin CD EP ‘Songs For The Turntable’ on Blank Records!! This fourth in a series of as-promised four EPs is now available on CD and for digital download. Five new songs, produced by Paul Ebersold at Nashville’s Sound Kitchen Recording Studios and Memphis’ […]


Relix Magazine Debuts 1st Track From ‘Songs For The Turntable’

Posted on: 27 December 2013

Relix Magazine Audio Premiere: Drivin N Cryin “Strangers” December 20, 2013 Songs For The Turntable is the fourth and final recording from Drivin N Cryin’s EP series. The new EP followsSongs From The Laundromat, Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones and Songs From The Psychedelic Time Clock. Today we premiere “Strangers” from Songs For The Turntable, which will be released on January 14, 2014 […]


Drivin N Cryin Featuring Aaron Lee Tasjan

Posted on: 6 December 2013

We’re very pleased to welcome Aaron Lee Tasjan to the DNC family as lead guitarist and all around kick-ass musician! Songman and guitarist Aaron Lee Tasjan, now living in Nashville, TN, has had his songs recorded by Jack White & BP Fallon, Pat Green and Semi Precious Weapons.  Tasjan’s songs have appeared in major motion pictures […]


Review: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck at The 40 Watt

Posted on: 19 November 2013

By Chris Sikich for The Philadelphia City Paper Vacation in Athens was calling last week (Georgia, not Greece) as a rare convergence occurred at the legendary 40 Watt Club: one member of defunct hometown heroes R.E.M.was going to be performing for certain: Peter Buck. In a slot opening for Kevn Kinney and The Roaming Countrymen, Buck brought his merry […]


‘Songs For The Turntable’ Release Date

Posted on: 14 November 2013

We’ve made a few changes to our plans for EP4 ‘Songs For The Turntable.’ The release date is now set for January 14, 2014 with a special appearance at the Todos Santos Music Festival the week following and then a tour to kick off early February. Lots of exciting news to share with you soon […]


Blurt Magazine Reveals EP4 Release Date

Posted on: 26 July 2013

Drivin’ N’ Cryin’Preps 4th (and final) EP in Year-long Series More bands should follow this one’s lead and release more concise records with more specific themes…. Just sayin’…  By Blurt Staff Following up 2012′s Songs From The Laundromat, the Paul Ebersold-produced Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones and April 2013′s Songs From The Psychedelic Time Clock – produced by Kevn […]


“This is an honest film about fame, commerce and art in America.”

Posted on: 10 June 2013

Indie Music Reviews Scarred But Smarter (life n times of drivin n cryin) by J. Rivera “You don’t fit in anywhere.” says Kevin Kinney about his band, Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ and its considerable legacy. What started off as a two month project bloomed into a three year journey for Atlanta’s Regular Guys radio show host […]


In Loving Memory Of Arturo Vega

Posted on: 9 June 2013

In loving memory of our friend and brother, Arturo Vega… Every band has, or had an Arturo Vega. Someone to champion the band through it’s early days not quite a manager or a&r or producer but kind of all of them as well the inside friend ambassador peacemaker soldier artist confidant road warrior i feel […]


Drivin N Cryin Daytrotter Session

Posted on: 5 June 2013

On May 29, 2013 Drivin N Cryin entered the Daytrotter studios in beautiful Rock Island, IL to debut a few new songs from their upcoming August 2013 release and revisit a new classic from June 2012’s release Songs From The Laundromat. Recorded and streamed live in an intimate concert-like setting, this five song collection is […]


The Big Takeover Reviews ‘Psychedelic Time Clock’

Posted on: 5 June 2013

by Joseph Kyle Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ offer salvo number three in the EP series they launched last year, and like the other two, this third installment is an excellent collection of songs. Whereas the previous records paid tribute to garage rock, roots rock, and punk, it should be obvious by the title (Songs From The Psychedelic […]


Blurt Magazine Reviews ‘Psychedelic Time Clock’

Posted on: 30 May 2013

BY MICHAEL TOLAND The third of four projected EPs, Songs From the Psychedelic Time Clock explores a heretofore buried side of Atlanta rock icon Drivin’ N’ Cryin’: psychedelia. It probably goes without saying that none of these six songs sound likes the Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows” or Jimi Hendrix’s “Are You Experienced” (to name a pair of […]


Music Enthusiast Magazine Reviews ‘Psychedelic Time Clock’

Posted on: 15 April 2013

Drivin’ n Cryin’ Unleash Songs From The Psychedelic Time Clock by William Clark for Music Enthusiast Magazine 80’s hard rock icons Drivin’ n Cryin’ have recently been taking a creative approach when it comes to making new music. Throughout the past 10 months, Drivin’ n Cryin’ have been releasing a series of four EPs, with […]


The Examiner Reviews 'Scarred But Smarter' and Talks To EVH

Posted on: 4 April 2013

Film me courageous: Atlanta's Drivin' 'n' Cryin' rejoiced in rockumentary by Jeremy Kennedy for The Examiner Film me courageous: Atlanta's Drivin’ ‘N’ Cryin’ rejoiced in radio celebrity’s rockumentary Every town has that one band that they claim as their own. Whether stardom is defined as a gold record, sell-out shows at the local tavern, or a […]


The Examiner Reviews ‘Songs From The Psychedelic Time Clock’

Posted on: 29 March 2013

Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ go back in time with their ‘psychedelic time clock’ by Chris Martin for The Examiner To say the last couple of years have been kind to Atlanta rockers Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ (DNC) would be an understatement. Through incessant touring, a tell all documentary and a wealth of new music the veteran band has excited the diehard fans, herded […]


CL Reviews ‘Scarred But Smarter’ Documentary

Posted on: 22 March 2013

Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ documentary makes hometown premiere by Hal Horowitz for Creative Loafing Nobody said it would be fair They warned me before I went out there There’s always a chance to get restarted To a new world, new life Scarred but smarter It’s likely that Atlanta’s Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ never imagined the opening track […]


Blurt Magazine Debuts New DNC Track!

Posted on: 1 March 2013

These guys are crankin' out the tunes like nobody's bidness! By Blurt Staff Following up June 2012's Songs From The Laundromat and September 2012's, Paul Ebersold-produced Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones, Drivin N Cryin releases Songs From The Psychedelic Time Clock, the third of four EPs to be created and released over a 12 month period. We […]


Relix Magazine Talks About DNC EP3: Songs From The Psychedelic Time Clock

Posted on: 11 February 2013

Last year Drivin N Cryin released Songs From The Laundromat and Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones as the first two of four EPs slated to appear over a 12 month period. Next up is Songs From The Psychedelic Time Clock. As the name suggests this recording with explore the group’s experimental side and features an array of instrumentation, including 12-string […]


Drivin N Cryin Documentary World Premiere!

Posted on: 8 February 2013

We're very pleased to announce the world premiere of 'Scarred But Smarter (life n times of drivin n cryin) on March 22, 2013 at the Plaza Theatre in Atlanta, GA during the Atlanta Film Festival. Almost 3 years in the making, 'SBS' tells the story of filmmaker Eric Von Haessler's personal discovery of legendary Southern alternative […]


The Big Takeover Reviews 'Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones'

Posted on: 16 January 2013

1.16.2013 by Joseph Kyle Drivin ‘n’ Cryin’s second of four EPs, Songs About Cars, Space, and the Ramones finds them on the fresh, upbeat jangle-rock kick that was found on the preceding EP, Songs from the Laundromat. Kicking off with “Hot Wheels,” it’s obvious that Kevn Kinney is still buy cialis online a powerful songwriter, and his […]


The Prosecutors CD Now Available!

Posted on: 27 November 2012

Milwaukee's three-chord heroes, The Prosecutors were Kevn Kinney of drivin' n' cryin's first band. From 1980-1983, Kevn cut his songwriting and performing teeth in the band with bassist Doug LaValliere (brother of the Haskels/Oil Tasters' Richard LaValliere and Haskels/Dominoes' Gerard canada pharmacy LaValliere) and drummer James “Tess” Tessier. They played the now iconic Starship nightclub […]


“Pushing play on this CD is like pressing the ignition switch on the Gemini rocket!”

Posted on: 26 November 2012

Guitar International Magazine Reviews 'Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones' By: William Clark Southern rockers Drivin’ n Cryin’ are back with the second of four viagra 100mg EPs in their magazine subscription-style series, which shows the glam metal Georgia boys blasting through Earth’s atmosphere and into previously uncharted musical frontiers. Songs About Cars, Space, and the […]


The Great Southern Brainfart Talks About DNC Documentary

Posted on: 26 November 2012

Drivin’ N Cryin’ Finally Get to Tell Their Story With “Scarred but Smarter: Life & Times of Drivin’ N’ Cryin’.” For 27 how to improve credit score years, a little band based out of Atlanta, GA called Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ has been delivering their own brand of punk infused southern roots based hard rock music. […]


Kevn Talks To Stomp and Stammer's Jeff Clark…

Posted on: 14 November 2012

Ain’t Waitin’ on Tomorrow Kevn Kinney Shares His Thoughts on a Rejuvenated Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ by Jeff Clark for Stomp and Stammer November 12, 2012 During the second half of the 1980s, I’d go see nearly every local show they played. Scarred But Smarter remains one of my favorite albums by an Atlanta band. Even through the […]


“Blistering… driving, punk-rock fun.” Punk Globe Mag Reviews ‘SAC,S&R’

Posted on: 1 November 2012

By Mary Leary for Punk Globe Magazine November 1, 2012 Who doesn’t want to hear songs about cars, space, and the Ramones? Especially if they’re written and performed by Kevn Kinney and his crew? Songs about Cars, Space and the Ramones is the second installation in what Kinney’s described as “… five-or six-song recordings every […]


“Without doubt, this is the band’s coming of age.”

Posted on: 29 October 2012

by Mark S. Tucker for Folk And Acoustic Music Exchange October 27, 2012 Sweet! The second of four DNC (no, good lord!, not the Democratic National Convention but Drivin’ N’ Cryin’) EPs has arrived, following on Songs from the Laundromat (here). As the boyz themselves exclaim, the influences this time around are The online pharmacy without prescription […]


Some of the band’s best songs in over two decades”

Posted on: 25 October 2012

Blurt Magazine reviews ‘Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones’ October 24, 2012 Dormant for way too long, Atlanta’s Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ is making up for lost time with a set of four EPs spaced out over a year, each focusing on various musical touchstones throughout their criminally overlooked career. (Seriously, the world can make […]


Sadler Vaden Releases 'Radio Road' EP

Posted on: 23 October 2012

Assuming the multiple roles of songwriter, engineer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Sadler began recording Radio Road during the summer of 2011. This 7 song EP, also featuring background vocals from special guests Shovels & Rope, was a true labor of love… “My dad, who passed away in 2004, always wanted me to make a record buy […]


Blogcritics Reviews 'Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones'

Posted on: 22 October 2012

Drivin' N' Cryin' is a multi-faceted band, and to celebrate that fact the band is releasing four EPs over a 12-month period. Songs from the Laundromat was released in June and represented rock. This one, Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones represents punk. Future EPs will cover country and some mystery category not yet revealed. From the first […]


DNC Throws Free Halloween Concert In Cleveland, TN!

Posted on: 17 October 2012

Drivin’ N Cryin’ To Play Free Halloween Concert Tuesday, October 16, 2012 Drivin' N Crying' will perform a free public concert at the downtown Cleveland Halloween Block Party on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Sharon Marr, executive director of Mainstreet Cleveland, announced recently that Atlanta-based Drivin’ N Cryin’ — best known for their 1991 hit “Fly Me […]


Guitar International Reviews ‘Songs From The Laundromat’

Posted on: 4 October 2012

By: William Clark Southern hard rockers, Drivin’ n Cryin’, whose hits such as “Fly Me Courageous” and “Build A Fire” still receive heavy rotation on the Hair Nation airwaves, have made a powerful return to the music world after a three year break of releasing new music. I have to say that the band has definitely […]


‘Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones’

Posted on: 3 October 2012

The second installment in our four EPs over twelve months master plan, “Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones,” is now available everywhere! This nod to the early DNC punk influences contains 6 songs produced by underground superhero Paul Ebersold (Paul’s worked with Keith Richards, Spacehog, 3 Doors Down, Clive Davis, Slobberbone, et al) and recorded […]


Still Going Strong After 27 Years

Posted on: 1 October 2012

Southern rock road dogs Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ still going strong after 27 years By Steve Wildsmith for The Daily Times Kevn Kinney isn’t exactly a slave driver, but the singer-songwriter and front man for Southern rock band Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ sets some high standards for his bandmates. Bass player Tim Neilsen has been with Kinney […]


“A six song juggernaut of blistering guitars, booming rhythms and sweet melodies.”

Posted on: 18 September 2012

The Examiner reviews “Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones”… September 18, 2012 by Chris Martin, for The Examiner On their latest EP, Songs About Cars, Space & The Ramones, Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ (DNC) shifts it into overdrive and slams the pedal to the floor taking the listener on a high octane joy ride. From the first note it […]


BLURT Magazine Debuts New DNC Track!

Posted on: 14 August 2012

Our Georgia heroes Drivin' N Cryin' are just about ready to release their new EP – the second in a series of four slated to come out this year; go here to read our review of the first one, Songs From the Laundromat – and we're stoked to unveil a brand new tune to help stimulation your musical salivation. […]


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