Southern Ground Social Club

Deadstring Brothers show tonight in Senoia

by Staff Reports

Singing group Deadstring Brothers will be in Senoia tonight at Zac Brown’s Southern Ground Social Club.

A story in Thursday’s edition of The Newnan Times-Herald incorrectly listed the appearance date.

The April 26 appearance is in support of their new album, “Cannery Row,” that was issued April 9. Admission for all ages is $5. For details go to http://www.southerngroundsocialclub.com/.

Cannery Row is their fifth Bloodshot Records album. The Nashville-by-way-of-Detroit group features current/former members of Whitey Morgan and the 78s, Ryan Adams’ The Cardinals, Poco, Willie Nelson’s band, and others.

CMT Edge recently launched the album’s lead single, “Like A California Wildfire.” Listen to/download the song at https://soundcloud.com/bshq/like-a-california-wildfire .


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