- 100% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
This Atlanta, Georgia, USA-based band was formed in 1990 by larger-than-life frontman Jesse James Dupree, guitarists Jeff Worley and Jimmy Stiff, bass player Tom Bettini and drummer Chris Worley. The band created an enormous buzz, with a basic AC/DC style that transferred well to the live setting on a heavy touring schedule, and they were quickly signed by John Kalodner to Geff
This acclaimed US outfit emerged in the late 90s as a bunch of rowdy southern rockers, who were obviously weaned on Lynyrd Skynyrd, Neil Young, and the Rolling Stones. The bands story began in the mid-80s at the University of North Alabama, when Patterson Hood (son of renowned Muscle Shoals session bass player David Hood) joined forces with fellow guitarist Mike Cooley. T
- 78% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
A rowdy update of the 70s Californian folk rock fraternity, Cracker are fronted by Redlands natives David Lowery (10 October 1960, San Antonio, USA; formerly the founder of skewed rock architects Camper Van Beethoven) and fellow guitarist Johnny Hickman. Vocalist Lowery had been recording offbeat pop songs from the age of 16, issuing a number of tapes before joining covers b
- 75% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
Originally featuring engaging singer Brett Scallions (21 December 1971, Brownsville, Tennessee, USA), Carl Bell (b. 9 January 1967, Kenton, Tennessee, USA; guitar) and Jeff Abercrombie (b. 8 January 1969, Kenton, Tennessee, USA; bass), post-grunge band Fuel came to prominence in the mid-90s by developing a fraternal relationship with their local audience: We dont
The Black Crowes
- 74% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
Exposed to a wide variety of music from an early age by their musician father, brothers Chris Robinson (Christopher Mark Robinson, 20 December 1966, Marietta, Georgia, USA; vocals) and Rich Robinson (b. Richard S. Robinson, 24 May 1969, Marietta, Georgia, USA; guitar) formed the band under the name Mr. Crowes Garden in 1984. A procession of six bass players and three d
This rock quartet was formed as the Hellhounds in 1980 in Atlanta, USA, when Dan Baird (Daniel John Baird, 12 December 1953, San Diego, California, USA; vocals) and Rick Richards (guitar) started jamming together inspired by the Rolling Stones, the Kinks and the Pretty Things. Rick Price (bass) and Mauro Magellan (drums) completed the band. Magellan was the only one of the f
- 70% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
The compact rock n roll funk displayed by Little Feat put them out of step with other Californian rock bands of the early 70s. By combining elements of country, folk, blues, soul and boogie they unwittingly created a sound that became their own, and has to date never been replicated or bettered.The original line-up of the band in 1969 compris
- 67% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
Formed in Stockbridge, Georgia, USA, Collective Soul earned their reputation with strong, hook-laden pop rock songs, the best example of which is Shine, which topped Billboards Rock Album Tracks poll in May 1994 and broke into the mainstream Top 20. The bands history up to then, however, had been a tortuous one spanning more than a decade. Ed Roland (
- 62% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
- 62% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
Initially comprising Damon Johnson (13 July 1964, Macon, Georgia, USA; vocals/guitar), Roman Glick (guitar), Glenn Maxey (bass) and Scott Collier (drums), Brother Cane formed in Alabama, USA, in the early 90s. Originally, however, Johnson was the bands sole guitarist - making Virgin Records decision to sign the singer-less band a bold move. After numerous auditio
- 60% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
Formed in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, rock sextet the Connells quietly began building a local fanbase following their 1984 inception. A steady stream of albums followed, each delivering a combination of strong musicianship with accomplished, if rarely inspired, songwriting. However, the band, which includes lead singer Doug MacMillan, lead guitarist George Huntley and Mike Co
This US rock band was formed in the mid-80s at high school in Santa Barbara, California, by friends Dean Dinning (9 June 1967; bass/keyboards), Randy Guss (b. 7 March 1967; drums), Todd Nichols (guitar/vocals) and Glen Phillips (b. 29 December 1970; vocals/guitar/keyboards). The unconventional name came from British televisions cult comedy series Rutland Weekend Televi
This quartet was formed in Marietta, Georgia, USA, in 1981 by vocalist/guitarist Murray Attaway and guitar player Jeff Walls, initially as a vehicle to perform renditions of Civil War songs. However, with a line-up of Robert Crowe (bass) and John Poe (drums), they went on to specialize in guitar-led songs with impassioned and wilful lyrics, in a manner that prefigured the 90s r
A sextet formed in the late 60s, Black Oak Arkansas took its name from the US town and state where singer Jim Dandy Mangrum (30 March 1948) was born. The other members of the band came from nearby towns: Ricky Reynolds (b. 28 October 1948, Manilan, Arkansas, USA; guitar), Stanley Knight (b. 12 February 1949, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA; guitar), Harvey Jett (b. Ma
- 57% match to Drivin' N' Cryin'
Southern US rock practitioners Blackfoot formed in 1970, with the original line-up featuring Rick Medlocke (17 February 1950, USA; guitar/vocals), Charlie Hargrett (guitar), Greg Walker (bass/vocals) and Jakson Spires (b. 12 April 1951, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, d. 16 Mach 2005, Fort Pierce, Florida, USA; drums/vocals). The quartet shared common origins with Lynyrd Skyny