Preacher Stone | Uncle Buck's Vittles

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Uncle Buck's Vittles

by Preacher Stone

2011 Modern Classic Rock with a Southern, Country Flair.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. Can't Keep A Good Man Down
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2. Carved In Stone
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3. Come On In
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4. Early Morning Rise
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5. Nuff Said
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6. Hand On the Bible
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7. I'll Be Damned
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8. Save My Soul
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9. Don't Take Me With You When You're Gone
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10. Judge Me Not
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11. Come Together
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Max

Preacher Stone - Uncle Buck Vittles ( 2010 ). A very interesting and enjoyable
Who follows my blog knows by now, for this band of Charlotte I have great admiration and a feeling of true friendship as the constant exchange of mail and the wonderful gift I received during their debut in 2009 can confirm, a gesture that I appreciated very much and inaugurated a series of totally unexpected similar events for me.
Here is a brand new publication (official release Oct. 26) of the new, beautiful album of Preacher Stone, a year and a half after their debut of which I spoke in this post, a year and a half full of success, numerous concerts and awards but that has seen many changes in the original band formed now by the original leaders Marty Hill on guitar and Ronnie Riddle to voice, to which are added the excellent Josh Sanders on bass and Brent Enman on drums.

The album title refers to the small but delightful Uncle Buck's All American Pub in Salisbury (NC) and is a heartfelt tribute and gratitude to the owners of this music pub, Scott (Uncle Buck) and Judy Howard, great friends and supporters from the beginning and where the band is pretty much at home performing regularly and considering it their den and favorite place for sumptuous eating and drinking with friends......

More on : http://max-southernspirit.blogspot.com/2010/10/preacher-stone-uncle-buck-vittles-2010_17.html
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Buddy

Come get your Southern Rock Healing
Once again these guys deliver! Not only do they pay Respect to our Military men and women on thier cd's, they also deliver some grinding soulful tunes. If these guys don't make you feel it in your soul........you must be dead!
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