They are in every sense "The Southern Boys Band" being from the deep-south state of Alabama. This band brings something to the stage that is all its own and certainly like nothing else out there. The band is electrifying on stage from their big drums and screaming guitar solos in songs like "Swamp Fever" to remind you of their deep-rooted southern rock history and the sounds of bands like the Allman Brothers, Marshall Tucker, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. The group also has a country side that comes out in songs such as their hit "Dixie Dreamin" with blues-tinged licks at the end of phrases to the smokey bass guitar riffs that bring the song together and makes you feel like you are right back in your own hometown. There is a soft sounding side to the band as well which shows itself in the ballad "Sweetest Thing" and takes you to that moment when you lost that special someone. There is neither a brand nor stamp on this band and good luck putting one on these guys. The band has its own brand of music that fits exactly no genre. The group's music covers many genres with their style and sound which is why so many people can relate to their music. The Southern Boys Band is not part of some musical wave. They are their own movement and it is certainly one that listeners everywhere are fast falling for.
The Southern Boys Band is a nationally touring act that is currently signed on with Blue Room Management. The band has played many large venues throughout the country including festivals, fairs, etc. Also, the band has been the opening act for many big name artists in the music industry as well as headlining their own high energy shows. The band just completed their first "Official" album in May of 2011 which is titled "Old Road, New Travels" which was cut at Muscadine Recording Studio in Macon, Georgia. The studio is owned and operated by the legendary Paul Hornsby who produced the the group's album to add to his long list of successful albums he has produced over his career. The album was mixed and mastered by Tony Wachter of Audio Czar in Birmingham, Alabama.
Expect BIG things to come from The Southern Boys Band in the near future. We hope you enjoy what you hear on the album and we will see you out on the road soon.
In loving memory......George, Faith, Becky. We love you and miss you!