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A 50 minute set time made sure the hits and the killer live tracks were deployed.
Hitting the ground running with ‘Devour’ Brent Smith prowled the stage looking ready to pounce on anyone wishing to mess with him.
She didn’t know who we were, but she started working with us. Steve Harris actually came up to the stage with John and saw our last five songs and said, “These guys are good.” And so long and the short of it, we got down with our set.Steve Harris is the same guy today that he was in 1979 when I booked them on their very first club run for 50 cities.” I was amazed, “You’ve been with them that long? MGM: You headline your own Arena tours in the States and when you do the Carnival of Madness Tour here, you switch and Black Stone Cherry close the show. Next year, we have been on Atlantic Records for 20 years in February. ” My response; “Between 20, I want to do at least 50 countries.” And I want to start breaking ground but I really want to break ground in the UK and the markets that we’ve had, these opportunities, and really get to it. And really be focused about how we put towards together and how we lay them out. But I think there’s also a respect because from the very first show–First of all, they gave us 50 minutes. He was like, “They’re not going to come over here and phone this in. And I was like, “Yeah, I did.” I got to remember the moment and everything.” He’s like, “Yeah.” And so that in and of itself was pretty remarkable. Brent: Well, because Black Stone just has more notoriety over here than we do when we did it in 2016. And now it’s just with Max Lousada, yesterday, just talking about the global side of this band and everything moving forward, and being connected with Atlantic in the UK at Warner. And essentially working even closer with the record label, even closer with management to really bring it to the people. This was for us when we got it, we knew exactly what the opportunity was but they had been so…I can’t say it enough, and it’s not lip service. They’re going to come over here and give it hell.” Which is exactly what we do. And I combined, I listened to a lot of thrash, and a lot of punk rock when I was 13, 14, because I had a friend that was really into The Misfits and he had the Exploited and the Doors and all about punk rock. And I got into Fugazi and started hearing all of these just like…And the Plasmatics and all that stuff.But Steve Harris was man of his word and a couple months later, we were in Russia. And we were like, “Of course, they should headline.” They’re bigger. We take every show very seriously and every tour seriously, but we take this very seriously. And that’s presumably coming from your sort of history and knowledge of what they say, the old soul music as well that used to be. And I didn’t know who Sex Pistols were until later. And then my Dad heard all that stuff and he was like, “Oh my God. ” And I’m like, “I like it.” And he was like, “Okay. Well, listen to this.” And he gave me an anthology tape of Otis Redding and it totally changed my life.
So that night, those nights on set, 50 minutes that they have bestowed upon us and given us the opportunity to be in front of, that’s nothing. And I had that whole soul music, man, and then I kind of went back to Jefferson Airplane and Fleetwood Mac and The Doors and kind of figured out about what that was.The whole song was built off of a drum loop that we had. Just put it out.” It became 2016’s most played song on all rock radio formats. The hardest of the hardest, Guys and Girls, when we played that, and that’s just one example of a song, it gets into you, man. So it’s like, that’s what music’s supposed to do, man. MGM: And presumably, if you had, you would have potentially missed out on the Motown sort of things because it would have been a different path to be in right now. With perhaps the most comprehensive, encyclopedic knowledge of music over the decades, its no wonder each Shinedown release tackles something new.