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GRITZ Stone Ground and Southern Compilation Volume 3

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COMPILATION #3:June 2010


Barry Lee Harwood  Laid Back in the South  (Barry Lee Harwood) 

JACKSONVILLE - The former guitar slinger of The Rossington Collins Band is back with his first solo album and it’s a good one! Barry Lee displays his deversified songwriting styles on everything from Southern Rock to country and contemporary Christian tunes. barryleeharwood.com

Read our 2002 interview with Barry Lee here.


Ragged Jack   Sangamon Mud  (Lyman Ellerman) 

NASHVILLE - Nashville’s Ragged Jack is a band on the verge if ever there was one. Excellent songwriting and playing, with Southern Rock influences blending with the sound of today’s country rock.

Candy Coburn  Big Dream in a Small Town (Coburn)

NASHVILLE -  Country rocker Candy Coburn is making great strides as Nashville’s next big female star. She has been one busy lady lately. She has been working closely with Susan G. Komen For The Cure to fund breast cancer research, and even has a powerful song that was used by Komen, "Pink Warrior." For our compilation, we present one of Candy's fineest, "Big Dream in a Small Town."   candycoburn.com

Read our interview with Candy here.

Read her friend George McCorkle's  Memorial here.


Tom Coerver & Goin’ South   Fat 'Lanta Strut  (Coerver)

BATON ROUGE, LA.- Coerver began his career as keyboard player for national recording band China Sky, a group that also featured future Molly Hatchet member Bobby Ingram. Over the past few years, Coerver has released three amazing self-produced albums from his home studio. Coerver burns up the slide as well as the B-3 on this amazing instrumental track.


Read my interview with Tom Coerver where he talks about his music, Louisiana and much more here.




Swampdawamp  Rock This County (Swampdawamp)

CHARLOTTE - One of the fastest rising new bands on the Southern Rock scene, Swampdawamp just returned from The Simple Man Cruise where they stood side by side with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet and The Outlaws. Their new album Rock This Country features this killer title track, which is their current single!

Read our interview with singer Gig Michaels here.


MainStream South  Funk n' Such  (MainStream South)

JACKSONVILLE - Some major jazzy riffs from former Rossington Collins Band members Barry Lee Harwood and Derek Hess along with keyboardist Steve Perez. From their album “Speechless”

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Read our Derek Hess interview here.


Silver Travis  You Done Me Wrong  (Calvert)

SPARTANBURG, SC - The Silver Travis band formed in Spartanburg, SC in the early 1980’s, gaining a large following from Virginia down to Myrtle Beach. The band broke up in the mid-eighties, but re-formed in the mid-2000’s. “You Done Me Wrongt,” from their latest album The High Road  is a prime example of the unique sound of the STB, with influences ranging from fellow home-towners Marshall Tucker to Poco.


Read our interview with singer ick Cash here.

For links to other Swampland articles, interviews and reviews of fellow Spartanburg group The Marshall Tucker Band visit the Marshall Tucker Band: Legends of Southern Rock page  and also on the Marshall Tucker Band: Six Degrees of Swampland page.


Guy Gilchrist  Angel in Black  (Gilchrist)

NASHVILLE - Guy is not only an amazing singer songwriter with obvious Johnny Cash influences, he is also the world famous cartoonist of the Nancy comic strip. A man of many talents. guygilchristmusic.com



Michael Buffalo Smith & Friends   Rocket City Express (Smith/Brand) 

GREENVILLE, SC - In Memory of Ray Brand and George McCorkle
  The closing instrumental track from Buffalo’s most recent album “Something Heavy” is a guitar workout featuring Smith along with Pete Carr,  George McCorkle, Ray Brand and Danny Hall. Billy Teichmiller plays drums and produced the record. with Owen Brown on bass and Thad Usry on harp.

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