Black Stone Cherry Announce ‘Live From The Sky’ Streaming Event

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Black Stone Cherry Announce ‘Live From The Sky’ Streaming Event.

BLACK STONE CHERRY have announced Live From The Sky, a livestream show that will broadcast on 30th October, to coincide with the release date of the band’s new studio album, The Human Condition. The show will be staged at SkyPac in Bowling Green, KY and sponsored by Black Bear Energy ( The Kentucky rockers will be performing tracks from The Human Condition for the very first time live, along with hits, deep cuts and various fan favourites. Tickets and various bundles are available HERE.

Fans can create their own bundles from a list of a la carte items, and all Live From The Sky dedicated merchandise will only be available while the show is streaming. Tickets are priced at £10 and go on sale at 5pm UK time/12 Noon EST today, Wednesday 14th October. For those busy at the time of broadcast, you are still able to purchase tickets and watch the event for up to 72hrs afterwards.

BLACK STONE CHERRY’s frontman/guitarist, Chris Robertson shares,

“While this may not be the show we all hoped for, this is where we are! We hope you find yourselves feeling right here with us as we wish we were all together. Here’s to what would have been a year’s worth in one show!! Let’s Rock!!”

The band’s new studio album, The Human Condition lands in stores on 30th October via Mascot Records / Mascot Label Group. Check out the trailer below.

The collection is available in digital, deluxe CD and vinyl formats, with an array of music & merch bundle options, including limited edition coloured vinyl versions (red is available at UK indie stores, purple from Amazon UK and silver directly from the band’s online store).
The Human Condition was self-produced & tracked in BSC bassist Jon Lawhon's recording facility, Monocle Studios. The release was fortunately completed mere days before the COVID-19 lockdown was imposed and as events progressed, it became apparent that the album the Kentucky band were completing featured lyrics that were eerily prescient. “There was a real urgency and fear of the unknown during those sessions - it was a scary time,” recalls drummer, John Fred Young. “Every song on this album tells a story of the experiences we all go through - our happiness, our struggles, and how we have to adapt.”  “When I listen back to this record, I feel all these different emotions,” Jon Lawhon says. “We started when we were teens, and life has taken its course, especially now. Through it all, your heart and your perspectives change, but one thing that hasn’t changed is our connection as friends.”  Chris affirms: “This is a brotherhood. It’s been amazing to stick around with all four original members and still be inspired. Here’s to 7 more albums and another 19 years!”

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