Country Underground: The Statesboro Revue

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On today's Country Underground, Charla Corn introduces you to The Statesboro Revue.

Hailing from Austin, TX, The Statesboro Revue has a unique, red-dirt country mixed with rootsy, southern rock sound fronted by singer and primary songwriter, Stewart Mann.

In 2009 they released their debut album "Differend Kind of Light," which gave the band two Top 20 singles on the Texas Music Chart.

Their second album, "Ramble on Privilege Creek" was released in April of 2013. It got a perfect five star rating on iTunes produced the big single "Huck Finn." Inspired by his brother Garret reading the book Huckleberry Finn, Stewart Mann said he wrote the song in less than 20 minutes.

The Statesboro Revue's latest album, "Jukehouse Revival" was released on August 7, 2015 and contains the Texas Music Chart's Top 10 song "Undone."

If you want to learn more about The Statesboro Revue, check out upcoming tour dates, buy some music or merch, head on over to

That wraps up this edition of Country Underground. If you have any suggestions on who we should feature, tweet Charla Corn using the hashtag #CountryUnderground. 'Till next time! Love y'all!

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