Blackberry Smoke’s highly anticipated new album, Find A Light, is out today. Purchase HERE.


Self-produced by the acclaimed 5-piece band, Find A Light is Blackberry Smoke’s sixth full-length studio album and features 13 new songs written/co-written by lead-singer and guitarist Charlie Starr.

Recent critical acclaim for Find A Light … 

“Blackberry Smoke is part of a lineage that shares a love of Petty, the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Hank Williams Jr., able to ride an Americana vibe or peel off a stomping riff and tie it all together without a hint of pretense.”

“Blackberry Smoke shines through the darkness on the album's 13 cuts”

“...a self-produced set that runs a wide stylistic range from heavy rock to gentle balladry and twangy country…”

“There’s never a dull moment on Find A Light, and Blackberry Smoke has
delivered another album that wends its way deep into our flesh and bone, blistering
our souls and soothing our hearts.”

“An engaging slice of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-inspired power pop, complete with a 12-string electric riff, snarling vocals and—as always—guitars a-plenty.”

“…Blackberry Smoke have continued to push themselves to deliver music that’s diverse, exciting, and overall flavorful.”

“...Blackberry Smoke tees up their take on a traditional idea, and it still manages to be not quite like anything you’ve heard before.”

“…Find A Light is a gem of an album, full of simplistic and liberating Rock tunes about being burdened by the stressful side of life.”

In addition to Starr and band-members Richard Turner (bass, vocals), Brit Turner (drums), Paul Jackson (guitar, vocals), and Brandon Still (keyboards), the album also features special guests Robert Randolph (“I’ll Keep Ramblin’”), Amanda Shires (“Let Me Down Easy”) and The Wood Brothers (“Mother Mountain”). 

Of the album, Starr comments, “The new album is a melting pot of Blackberry Smoke music with a wide range of sound and emotion. I think it’s our most inspired work yet.”


In celebration of the new album, the band—who have been called “country-rock’s most ferocious live band” by Rolling Stone—will tour throughout 2018 including stops at Charlotte’s The Fillmore, Boston’s House of Blues, Raleigh’s The Ritz and Rochester’s Anthology as well as a series of dates with Lynyrd Skynyrd. Tickets are on-sale now. See below for complete details. 


The release of Find A Light culminates a series of breakthrough years for the Atlanta-based band following the release of 2016’s acclaimed album, Like An Arrow, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Country and Americana charts. Released to widespread praise, the Boston Globe declared, “…the needle can be dropped on Like an Arrowuntil its grooves become as well-worn as the classic albums that inspired this band of country-rock workhorses,” while American Songwriter asserted, “…Blackberry Smoke fills the bill for the next generation of gutsy, heartfelt and honest Southeast rocking with plenty of talent, tons of drive and no apologies.” In

August 2017, they made their debut on CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”


In addition to their work as musicians, Blackberry Smoke remains committed to charitable work and has raised nearly $200,000 benefiting children’s cancer research.

photo credit: ­­­David McClister


1. Flesh And Bone (written by Charlie Starr)

2. Run Away From It All (written by Charlie Starr, Keith Nelson)

3. The Crooked Kind (written by Charlie Starr)

4. Medicate My Mind (written by Charlie Starr, Travis Meadows)

5. I’ve Got This Song (written by Charlie Starr)

6. Best Seat In The House (written by Charlie Starr, Keith Nelson)

7. I’ll Keep Ramblin’ feat. Robert Randolph (written by Charlie Starr, Robert Randolph)

8. Seems So Far (written by Charlie Starr, Travis Meadows)

9. Lord Strike Me Dead (written by Charlie Starr)

10. Let Me Down Easy feat. Amanda Shires (written by Charlie Starr, Keith Nelson)

11. Nobody Gives A Damn (written by Charlie Starr, Keith Nelson)

12. Till The Wheels Fall Off (written by Charlie Starr)

13. Mother Mountain feat. The Wood Bros (written by Charlie Starr)


April 11—Greensboro, NC—Cone Denim Entertainment Center 

April 12—Charlotte, NC—The Fillmore

April 13—North Myrtle Beach, SC—House of Blues 

April 14—Charleston, SC—Charleston Music Hall 

April 19—Champaign, IL—The City Center

April 20—Clear Lake, IA—Surf Ballroom*

April 21—Salina, KS—The Stifle Theatre*

April 22—Lawrence, KS—Granada Theater*

April 25—Lincoln, NE—Bourbon Theatre 

April 26—Fort Smith, AR—Temple Live 

April 27—Springfield, MO—Gillioz Theatre (SOLD-OUT) 

April 28—Oklahoma City, OK—The Criterion 

May 3—Portland, ME—Aura*

May 4—Providence, RI—The Strand*

May 5—Boston, MA—House of Blues*

May 6—Columbia, MD—Merriweather Post Pavilion†

May 10—Raleigh, NC—The Ritz*

May 11—Ashbury Park, NJ—Stone Pony*

May 12—Munhall, PA—Carnegie of Homestead Music 

May 13—Rochester, NY—Anthology

May 15—New Haven, CT—College Street Music Hall 

May 17—Westbury, NY—The Space at Westbury*

May 18—Port Chester, NY—The Capitol Theatre*

May 19—Clifton Park, NY—Upstate Concert Hall

May 25—Mountain View, CA—Shoreline Amphitheater‡

May 26—San Bernardino, CA—Glen Helen Amphitheater‡

June 9—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheater§ 

June 23—Macon, GA—Big House Summer Jam 

June 30—Holmfirth, England—Picturedome 

July 1—Maidstone, U.K. —Ramblin’ Man Fair 

July 13-14—Maryville, TN—The Shed 

July 19-22—Scranton, PA—Peach Festival

July 26—Frankenmuth, MI—Harvey Kern Pavilion 

July 27—Cuyahoga Falls, OH—Blossom Music Center‡

July 28—Hershey, PA—Hershey Stadium‡

August 3-4—Saint Charles, IA—Hinterland Festival 

August 5—Sturgis, SD—Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 

August 7—Milwaukee, WI—The Pabst Theater 

August 16—Oshkosh, WI—Waterfest Concert Series @ Leach Amphitheater 

August 23—Toledo, OH—Hensville Park 

August 31—Pelham, AL—Oak Mountain Amphitheatre‡

September 1—Atlanta, GA—Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood‡

October 12—Frankfurt, Germany—Batschkapp 

October 13—Bonn, Germany—Harmonie Club 

October 14—Basel, Switzerland—Z7 Pratteln 

October 16—Zurich, Switzerland—Kaufleuten

October 17—Munich, Germany—Tonhalle

October 18—Milan, Italy—Alcatraz

October 20—Berlin, Germany—Huxleys

October 21—Hannover, Germany—Capitol

October 23—Stockholm, Sweden—Cirkus

October 24—Gothenburg, Sweden—Pustervik

October 25—Oslo, Norway—Sentrum Scene 

October 27—Weert, Netherlands—Bosuil

October 28—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Melkweg

October 29—Brussels, Belgium—Ancienne Belgique 

October 31—Paris, France—Le Caberet Sauvage 

November 2—Newcastle, U.K. —02 Academy 

November 3—Glasgow, U.K. —02 Academy 

November 4—Nottingham, U.K. —Rock City 

November 6—Belfast, Ireland—The Telegraph Building 

November 7—Dublin, Ireland—National Stadium 

November 9—Cardiff, U.K. —Tramshed

November 10—Birmingham, U.K. —02 Academy 

November 11—Bristol, U.K. —02 Academy 

November 13—Southampton, U.K. —Guildhall

November 15—London, U.K. —02 Shepherds Bush Empire

November 16—London, U.K. —02 Shepherds Bush Empire 

November 17—Manchester, U.K.—02 Apollo 

*with special guest Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown

†with The Marshall Tucker and & Outlaws

‡with Lynyrd Skynyrd

§with Big Head Todd & The Monsters