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 [...]
&quot;Pushing play on this CD is like pressing the ignition switch on the Gemini rocket!&quot;
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 [...]
&quot;Blistering… driving, punk-rock fun.&quot; Punk Globe Mag Reviews 'SACS&amp;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 [...]
&quot;Without doubt, this is the band's coming of age.&quot;
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 [...]
&quot;some of the band's best songs in over two decades&quot;
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 viagra for sale 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, [...]
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 [...]
&quot;a six song juggernaut of blistering guitars, booming rhythms and sweet melodies.&quot;
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. [...]
Relix Mag: Drivin’ N’ Cryin To Release Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones
Posted on: 14 August 2012
Published: 2012/08/12 Drivin’ N’ Cryin To Release Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones Drivin’ N’ Cryin has confirmed some additional information aboutSongs About Cars, Space and The Ramones, the second album in their series of EPs. Produced by Paul Ebersold, the album features a special guest appearance by Dead Boys/Rocket From The Tombs founder/punk icon Cheetah Chrome. Songs [...]
&quot;the band’s sound is nothing short of powerful.&quot;
Posted on: 9 August 2012
Big Takeover Magazine Reviews 'Songs From The Laundromat” August 9, 2012 by Joseph Kyle Southern college rockers Drivin’ N Cryin’ have been doing their thing for nearly thirty years, quietly rocking and making music that their cialis buy online faithful followers have enjoyed. This five-song EP is their first new material in three years—and only the second [...]
'REM' Video Contest Grand Prize Winner
Posted on: 6 August 2012
Drivin N Cryin is pleased to announce the Grand Winner of the DNC 'REM' Video Contest. But first, a BIG thank you to all the 'REM' video creators! We appreciate the creativity and the effort put forth. Each cheapest cialis one of them will receive will receive an autographed CD of 'Songs From The Laundromat'. [...]
&quot;A Great Time To Be Drivin N Cryin&quot; – The Examiner
Posted on: 2 August 2012
by Chris Martin for The Examiner August 1, 2012 Riding high from a recently released critically successful EP, a career spanning documentary on the way, playing shows in front of packed houses and a recent headline spot on Music City Roots, yeah I’d say right now is a great time to be Drivin’ ‘n’ Cryin’ (DNC). This [...]
Jambands Reviews &quot;Songs From The Laundromat&quot;
Posted on: 9 July 2012
by Brian Robbins for Jambands Drivin’ N Cryin’ is embarking on an interesting sonic trip, with plans to release 4 EPs over the next year. Songs From The Laundromatis the first chapter – five tunes recorded on their home turf in Atlanta, GA with frontman/guitarist/vocalist Kevn Kinney handling production chores. The EP marks the studio debut [...]
AllMusic Reviews "Songs From The Laundromat"
Posted on: 25 June 2012
Review by Mark Deming In a world where the download is rapidly replacing physical product, more than a few artists have declared the album is dead, but Drivin' n' Cryin' leader Kevn Kinney has a slightly different view — he's bored with albums, and tired of watching his ideas get stale before he can get them into circulation. Or [...]
MOKB Reviews &quot;Songs From The Laundromat&quot;
Posted on: 18 June 2012
Kevn Kinney and the Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ crew employ such a ferocious attack on the first two Songs from the Laundromat tracks (“Dirty,” “Ain’t Waitin’ on Tomorrow”), they verge on heavy metal. The five-song EP could be an exercise in well-edited, concise rock songwriting and precision. And for anyone who doesn’t get fired up about hard rock, “REM” (a [...]
Blurt Mag: First Look: New Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ EP
Posted on: 12 June 2012
The Southern stalwarts kick off a series of new releases with a survey of their strengths. Songs From the Laundromat is out this week on their own New! label. By Michael Toland The first in a series of EPs that replace a new album from the veteran Atlanta quartet,Songs From the Laundromat presents a quick survey [...]
Get Your "Songs From The Laundromat"!!
Posted on: 11 June 2012
Here are just a few of the places you can listen/download/purchase the new Drivin N Cryin EP “Songs From The Laundromat”: iTunes: LISTEN/DOWNLOAD DNC Store: PURCHASE CD AOL Listening Party (streaming in its entirety all week beginning June 11, 2011): STREAM IT NOW Amazon: PURCHASE CD OR DIGITAL DOWNLOADS The first Drivin N Cryin release since 2009! Produced by [...]
Relix Magazine Debuts New DNC Song: REM
Posted on: 18 May 2012
Relix Magazine 5/17/12 Over the viagra next twelve months Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ will release four new EPs.The first of these, Songs From The Laundromat will be available on June 12. The group’s Kevn Kinney, explains, “This first EP, Songs From The Laundromat, contains 5 songs reflecting the rock side of DNC. EP2, Songs About Cars, Space and The Ramones, will [...]
Drivin N Cryin Video Contest!!
Posted on: 17 May 2012
Create a video for DNC's new song 'REM' and win cool prizes! In recognition of R.E.M.'s pioneering contribution to independent film and music video, we want our fans to create videos for our online YouTube gallery. So let's take that Super8 to the kudzu-draped trestles and let's have some fun!! And in the spirit of [...]
Blurt Magazine: Drivin N Cryin Prep 4 New EPs!
Posted on: 15 May 2012
Blurt Magazine 5/15/12 June 12 is going to be a hectic new release day in the music biz, and expect Drivin' N' Cryin' to be part of the mix via a brand-new EP titled Songs From the Laundromat, on their own New! label. But wait, as the man on the television said, there's more. According to [...]
“Come on, man, come on!” Kevn Kinney Talks To Dirty Impound
Posted on: 11 April 2012
April 10, 2012 by Dennis Cook for Dirty Impound Kevn Kinney can look at people and really see them. His songs, both as a solo artist and as the helmsman of Drivin’ ‘N’ Cryin’ for the past 27 years, are filled with bloody knuckled truthfulness, real deal streetwise stories of the overlooked and overworked, the scrapers and [...]
Magnet Magazine's Q&amp;A With Kevn Kinney
Posted on: 26 March 2012
March 26, 2012 by Jud Cost, for Magnet Kevn Kinney's music has always been lurking in the cobwebbed corners of your mind, even if you weren’t aware of it. After making the big viagra from canada move from Milwaukee to Atlanta back in the ’80s, he happened to be close to Athens, Ga., the birthplace [...]
Insite Reviews KK's 'a good country mile': &quot;Stellar!&quot;
Posted on: 13 March 2012
KEVN KINNEY & THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS A Good Country Mile (Redeye) Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ front man turns out stellar solo effort by John B. Moore March 2012 Born out of friendship between Drivin’ N’ Cryin’s Kevn Kinney and The Golden Palominos drummer Anton Fier (who’s also worked with the Feelies, Bob Mould, etc.), A Good [...]
&quot;Rampaging, blistering, plaintive, tender, endearing, searing, anthemic, and mournful.&quot; Blurt reviews KK's 'AGCM'
Posted on: 7 March 2012
Blurt Magazine Reviews Kevn Kinney & The Golden Palominos' 'a good country mile' by Lee Zimmerman March 7, 2012 Kevn Kinney has followed a tangled path ever since his days with Drivin' N' Cryin', veering from plaintive folk to Dylanesque deliberation, without ever fully grasping that which was needed to reclaim his former glories. That's [...]
Kevn Kinney &amp; The Golden Palominos: Performing Live on NPR
Posted on: 2 March 2012
March 1, 2012 Listen to the interview and performance here: http://www.npr.org/2012/02/29/147669937/kevn-kinney-and-golden-palominos-on-world-cafe Kevn Kinney of Drivin N Cryin and Anton Fier of The Golden Palominos combine the twangy side of their respective rock bands for an album aptly titled A Good propecia online Country Mile. Through the '80s rock scene, Kinney and Fier be sinus infection remedy [...]
BC Music: Kevn's AGCM &quot;is a brilliant recording.&quot;
Posted on: 1 March 2012
Music Review: Kevn Kinney – A Good Country Mile by Rhetta Akamatsu March 1, 2012 If you are familiar with Kevn Kinney from his work with Atlanta rock band Drivin' and Cryin', you will immediately recognize and appreciate this CD. If not, A Good Country Mile will be a great introduction to his roots-rock style, given [...]
&quot;Serious shit-kickin’&quot;: MOKB Reviews KK's 'a good country mile'
Posted on: 29 February 2012
My Old Kentucky Blog Reviews Kevn's 'a good country mile' by Mary Leary February 29, 2012 Shucks! This is serious shit-kickin’ fodder. Musical rule-changerAnton Fier (Golden Palominos; Pere Ubu, the Feelies, the Bob Mould Band) generic cialis no prescription and Kevn Kinney of Drivin’ ‘n’ Cryin’ throw such a convincing bucket of sweat and emotion into A Good [...]
Jambands reviews KK's 'AGCM': "nothing short of brilliant."
Posted on: 24 February 2012
Jambands CD Review of Kevn Kinney & The Golden Palominos’ ‘a good country mile’ by Brian Robbins February 22, 2012 If A Good Country Mile is your introduction to the music of Kevn Kinney, then nothing more needs to be said. Welcome – you’re going to love this album. If you’re a longtime fan of Kinney [...]
Blurt Talks To Kevn &amp; Anton About 'AGCM'
Posted on: 24 February 2012
City Bars and Country Miles by Jennifer Kelly for Blurt Magazine February 22, 2012 “Nobody knows who I am in New York,” admits Kevn Kinney, the longtime frontman for Atlanta alt-rockers Drivin N Cryin.' “To me, a good country mile is all about selling my songs in a bar on a Monday night on the Lower [...]
Atlanta Music Guide Reviews 'AGCM
Posted on: 23 February 2012
“…the songs exhibit an energy like fire that can either smolder softly or blaze brightly.” By Ellen Eldridge for The Atlanta Music Guide The opening to “Never Gonna Change,” with its harmonica calling like a name in the wind, recalls Blind Melon until Kevn Kinney starts singing; at that point something that may sound like [...]
Spartanburg Herald-Journal on KK's 'AGCM': The result is worth the wait.
Posted on: 23 February 2012
Kinney, Fier promoting new album with tour by Jeremy L. C. Jones for the Spartanburg Herald-Journal February 23, 2012 Kevn Kinney of Drivin’ N Cryin’ and Anton Fier of the Lounge Lizards spent three years getting their new album, A Good Country Mile, just right. The result is worth the wait. The CD is “good [...]
&quot;This is rock 'n' roll that makes you feel it's after midnight&quot;
Posted on: 23 February 2012
San Francisco's East Bay Express Reviews Kevn Kinney & The Golden Palominos' “a good country mile” by Mark Keresman February 29, 2012 Like Jason & the Scorchers and Charlie order cialis Pickett, Atlanta's Drivin' n' Cryin' was ahead of the proverbial curve in the 1980s with its version of what's now called roots-rock or Americana. [...]
Post-fame underdogs in the secret history of American alt-rock
Posted on: 14 February 2012
Creative Loafing Reviews Kevn Kinney & The Golden Palominos' “a good country mile” February 14, 2012 by Chad Radford There's a sense of circa 1969-'71 grit that defines A Good Country Mile — a sound that has eluded the album's songwriters Kevn Kinney (Drivin' n' Cryin') and the Golden Palominos' Anton Fier (Pere Ubu, Feelies, Bob [...]
American Songwriter Magazine reviews AGCM
Posted on: 10 February 2012
Kevn Kinney A Good Country Mile (Kevn Kinney) Rating: 3 Stars by Hal Horowitz February 9, 2012 Long time Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ mainstay Kinney has crafted a productive if not particularly commercially successful solo career away from the veteran Southern hard rockers. Now ensconced in New York City, Kinney joined with Anton Fier and his loose [...]
Hits Daily Double reviews KK's 'AGCM'
Posted on: 3 February 2012
Kevn Kinney and the Golden Palominos, a good country mile (almost loaded records/Redeye): A throwback to the heyday of “pre-corporate,” classic rock, this collaboration between Atlanta-turned-Brooklyndrivin’ n cryin’ frontman Kevn Kinney and all-star new wave combo the Golden Palominos, led by drummerAnton Fier where to buy viagra [Feelies, Pere Ubu, Bob Mould Band), claims payday loans online inspiration from albums [...]
Roctober Reviews &quot;AGCM&quot;
Posted on: 31 January 2012
Kevn Kinney and the Golden Palominos “a good buy viagra online country mile” January 30, 2012 I’m excited by this mostly because I did not know that Kinney was still in the game and that his band drivin’ n’ cryin’ had released records as recently as 2009. I was a genuine obsessive about the band’s 1987 [...]
Songs: Illinois reviews 'A Good Country Mile'
Posted on: 31 January 2012
Kevn Kinney & The Golden Palominos – “A Good Country Mile” by Anais Mitchell for Songs: Illinois January 30. 2012 There used to be a time in college radio in the late 80′s and early nineties that a Golden Palominos record was a big deal. REM were usually involved in some way and of course [...]
Milwaukee's Shepherd Express reviews "a good country mile"
Posted on: 9 January 2012
Kevn Kinney A Good Country Mile By David Luhrssen Thursday January 5, 2012 As a teenage novice in Milwaukee, even before he lost the first i in his name, Kevn Kinney already had a gift for fashioning stories to simple but moving rock melodies. After leaving for Atlanta, he absorbed the Southern setting through his [...]
Blurt talks about Kevn Kinney & The Golden Palominos
Posted on: 6 January 2012
MP3 Premiere: Kinney/Palominos 01/06/2012 “Challenge” hails from forthcoming album a good country mile. By Fred Mills A couple of weeks ago the news arrived that Drivin N Cryin mainman Kevn Kinney had teamed up with Golden Palominos mainman Anton Fier to cut a new Kinney album. Titled a good country mile, it sees a full national [...]
Sadler Vaden's energetic performance reinvigorates Drivin' N Cryin
Posted on: 6 January 2012
A review of Drivin' N Cryin' and co. at the Pour House by Jared Booth for the Charleston City Paper December 19, 2011 Drivin' N Cryin', Josh Roberts and the Hinges The Pour House Dec. 17 The Pour House was packed to the gills on Saturday night as music fans gathered to see the prodigal son [...]
The WAE Q&A with Drivin’ n’ Cryin’s Kevn Kinney
Posted on: 16 December 2011
The WAE Q&A with Drivin’ n’ Cryin’s Kevn Kinney by Brian Tucker December 13, 2011 Drivin n’ Cryin’ is a band that has never exploded and never quit, continually making great American music. Formed in 1986, their music remains timeless, from great albums like “Scarred but Smarter” and “Mystery Road” to their most successful “Fly Me [...]
The Wilmington Star News talks to Kevn
Posted on: 14 December 2011
Since '85, Drivin' n' Cryin' has been honing its identity Kevn Kinney (from left), Dave V. Johnson, Sadler Vaden and Tim Nielsen are Drivin' n' Cryin' Courtesy photo By Brian Tucker StarNews Correspondent December 14, 2011 “Here's the good news: We created our own world. Here's the bad news: We created our own world.” So [...]
Sadler and Tim talk to Charleston City Paper
Posted on: 14 December 2011
Sadler Vaden lands a gig with Drivin' N Cryin' Two Parts Kick-Ass by T. Ballard Lesemann for the Charleston City Paper December 14, 2011 One year ago, Sadler Vaden was super busy with studio and road work with his longtime rock trio Leslie. As the long-haired, bright-eyed frontman and main spokesman for the band, Vaden and [...]
Drivin’ N Cryin’ stick to what they know best for 25 years
Posted on: 13 December 2011
Drivin’ N Cryin’ stick to what they know best for 25 years by Sarah Richter for the Wilmington Encore When asking someone their favorite musicians, peppered in with the Billboard Top 100 hits are always artists and songs from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s. A sense of nostalgia exists in holding on to the purity [...]
DNC: "one of the best hard-rock outfits of the late 20th century"
Posted on: 17 November 2011
Hard rockers Drivin' N' Cryin': bigger than nostalgia Drive On by SEAN L. MALONEY for The Nasville Scene The problem with nostalgia is that it's rooted in a specific time and a specific space. And the problem with modern nostalgia is that it's almost always coming from the top down, the canonization being executed by a [...]