If nasty is what you want, look no further than Atlanta’s Six Shot Revival. They ain’t your Daddy’s Southern Rock, but, like the titans of old, they will drink, they will fight and they will wager. Their new album, Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 , is a celebration of scandal and personal ruin, powered by some kind of 21st Century moonshine that Treasury Agents have yet to run a test on.
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 was produced and engineered by Steve Morrison and Tom Tapley at Atlanta’s legendary Southern Tracks Studios. Tom and Steve have worked on albums by Mastodon, Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen and Sugarland. Six Shot has opened for national acts Buck Cherry, HellYeah, The Damned Things, Nashville Pussy, The Gracious Few and Amercian Bang. The CD Release bash for Greatest Hits Volume 1 became an extra-special event when they were joined on a few songs by Bob Burns, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s original drummer.
The group remains locked in a battle of wits with Satan. They continue to be hounded day and night by the Man, seemingly without end. With any sense, they could start fearing God around Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, but, for the present moment, come cleanse your sins in the river of the WHISKEY FUELED APOCALYPSE that is Six Shot Revival!