Brothers of the Southland: Henry Paul (vocals, guitar, mandolin); Bo Bice (vocals, guitar); Jimmy Hall (vocals, harmonica, saxophone); Steve Gorman, Steve Grisham, Mike Brignardello.
Personnel: Steve Grisham, Steve Grisham (vocals, guitar); Jimmy Hall & the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Collective (vocals, harmonica, saxophone); Charity White, Mona Lisa French, George McCorkle, Russell Terrell (vocals); D. Scott Miller, Mark Selby, Pat Buchanan (guitar, guitars); Jay Boy Adams, Dan Toler, Charlie & Maf South (guitar); Charlie South (guitars); Alan Javorky, David Herrera, David Herrera, Quitman Dennis, Rufus Long (horns); Mike Rojas , Reese Wynans (keyboards); Mike Brignardello (bass instrument, bass guitar); Steve Gorman, Mark Beckett (drums); Derek Wolfford (percussion).
Audio Mixer: Pat Murphy .
Liner Note Authors: D. Scott Miller; Don Cusic.
Recording information: House Of Murphy; Ocean Way Studios, Nashville, TN; The Parlor.
An All-Star band assembled from several generations of seasoned music veterans, Brothers of Southland seem intent on nothing less than a resurrection of the classic Southern rock canon. With a lineup that includes the highly pedigreed talents of Southern rock legends Jimmy Hall (ex-Wet Willie, Jeff Beck, Hank Williams Jr.) and Henry Paul (The Outlaws, Blackhawk), as well as newcomer and AMERICAN IDOL 2005 runner-up Bo Bice, the band's eponymous debut covers a smattering of Southern-fried originals (written or co-written by various band members) and cover material, including the Allman Brothers' "Dreams" and Marshall Tucker Band's "Can't You See."