2009 release. Recorded in Nashville, this record aims at nothing less than revitalizing Southern Rock by presenting the genre's greatest musicians of several generations in a collaborative all-star format! Features singers Bo Bice (ex-American Idol 2005), Jimmy Hall (ex-Wet Willie, Jeff Beck, Hank Williams Jr.), and Henry Paul (The Outlaws, BlackHawk) supported by a unique cast of fellow brothers including Steve Grisham (The Outlaws, Gretchen Wilson), Dan Toler (Allman Brothers Band, Dickie Betts), Jay Boy Adams (ZZ Top, The Band), Steve Gorman (Black Crowes, Robert Plant & Jimmy Page), Mike Brignardello (Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes), and Reece Williams (Stevie Ray Vaughn, Buddy Guy). 13 tracks.
"A sheer joy from beginning to end. The songs are amazing, with a superstar line-up it would be pretty darned hard to miss!" -- Gritz Magazine
"The Brothers of the Southland are part of the great Southern rock tradition. Some of them played in Southern rock bands since the 1970s, but all of them carry the South deep inside. Their music is a powerful, rumbling rebel yell, from an aching moan to the wide-open joy that only Southern rock can bring." -- Don Cusic
"The best & purest Southern rock recording in decades!" -- Southern Fried Magazine