PREACHER STONE – ‘Ain’t As Easy As It Looks’ – New Single & Video

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US southern rock n’ rollers Preacher Stone are excited to release their butt kicking good time new single ‘Ain’t As Easy As It Looks’ on all digital platforms February 23. Frontman Ronnie Riddle sets the tone, “We write for our friends and fans first and foremost, to try to catch the feelings of things we love, lessons learned the hard way and what we take away from playing each and every show. You know, it may look easy, but it ain’t and that’s part of the fun, it’s a whimsical take on living a complicated and challenging life!”

The track is lifted from their highly awaited super-charged emotive and inspiring new album ‘V’ due for release March 29 available for pre-order on CD/vinyl direct from the band HERE courtesy of NoNo Bad Dog Productions. The album was recorded at the legendary Gat3 Studios in Charlotte North Carolina, produced and engineered by the multiple Grammy winning Glenn Tabor (Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Kid Rock).

“Man, it’s been 8 years since we released our last album and so much has gone on for us and the world since then! We get asked ‘What’s taking so long guys?’” Ronnie laughs going on to sincerely state, “We’ve had loves and losses, a global pandemic, but played a heap of shows and tours despite that so we’ve ended up with a lot to say! It’s a reflection of our times, good and bad, and it grew into this epic collection of music that we’re sure all can relate to from any walk of life.”

Kicking boots out of North Carolina USA, their high-octane, 200 proof, rock-n-roll guitar-driven songs about the common man with heart-wrenching smoky bar frequenting tales, and the swagger of their live performances have earned them a legion of faithful fans known as “The Congregation”. Alongside Ronnie and founding member Marty Hill (lead guitar), the band of brothers are steeped in musical heritage with Ben Robinson (guitar), Jim Bolt (bass), the since passed away and sorely missed Johnny Webb (B3 & piano) and Wyatt (drums). The album cover art pays tribute to the since passed Johnny and honours him bearing his signature. Their song ‘Not Today’ was featured on two seasons of the hit Fox TV series Sons of Anarchy and 2023 saw them embark on debut UK shows to rapturous acclaim from fans and critics alike. Previous tours include across the United States and Europe having shared the stage with legendary acts Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Deep Purple and more. This year sees the band make a warmly welcomed return to UK shores for an exclusive run of shows that culminates in a main stage appearance at the much loved Maid of Stone Festival Mote Park, Kent.

Whilst Preacher Stone are rooted in southern rock history, authenticity and well travelled, with ‘V’ they assure that they’re never a band to rest on laurels. “We really pushed ourselves on this record. We’re super proud of ‘V’ and we can’t wait to share it with all and play it live, it’s our best work yet!” 


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