Sevendust will finish out their support of 'Time Travelers & Bonfires' disc with a final leg of acoustic dates in November.
After playing 'An Evening With Sevendust' unplugged shows for the past few months in support of their acoustic album ‘Time Travelers & Bonfires,‘ Sevendust are cranking back up in electric mode for a summer tour with Gemini Syndrome.
Sevendust's John Connolly discusses the band's acoustic album 'Time Travelers & Bonfires,' their touring and more.
Sevendust have begun production on a concert film + documentary release for 2015.
We play a game of 'Would You Rather?' with Sevendust guitarist John Connolly, who offers up some intriguing answers.
With no opener needed, the Southern gentleman of Sevendust rocked New York City’s Highline Ballroom with an emotional and very moving acoustic performance. The band is touring in promotion of their new acoustic record ‘Time Travelers & Bonfires,’ as well as their latest studio album, ‘Black Out the Sun.’
For many years, the hard rock and metal genre was predominantly populated with white male musicians, but from the late '80s on there were more rockers breaking that color barrier. Sevendust frontman Lajon Witherspoon was one such artist who did so, and he spoke about finally meeting one of the musicians who helped break the barrier during an appearance on the 'Talk Is Jericho' podcast with Chris Jericho.
In Part 1 of our interview with Sevendust, singer Lajon Witherspoon, bassist Vince Hornsby and drummer Morgan Rose spoke about their latest experience on ShipRocked 2014 and their forthcoming acoustic tour. In Part 2 of our interview (watch above), the band talks about their upcoming acoustic album and more.