Acoustic music from the heart and mind of Shannon Black, Erick Worrell and Mack McKinney. The outlet for every emotion. Joy, Sorrow, Love, Hate, Life and Death - bnh.


Shannon Black has been singing songs since the age of 6. Growing up, his father, uncle, and grandfather were all musicians and would bring him up on stage at nearly every show to sing for the crowd. Shannon's earliest influences were are classic country artists such as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Merle Haggard and Keith Whitley. Throughout his life, Shannon's musical tastes have grown to include music from all genres. At age 25 Shannon met Mack Mckinney. Mack also comes from a musical family and has very similar root influences. Mack's musical path lead him towards punk rock and ska. Erick Worrell has been playing drums since the age of 3 and has MANY awards and accollades to show for it. The three began playing together four years ago and now their influences have molded themselves into the distinct sound they have today. This mixture of jazz, blues, country, punk, r&b and trance makes for an excellent combination and a VERY entertaining live show.


bnh currently has a 6 track EP containing:
When I Wasn't Looking
Mr. TV
Never Will
Holding On To Nothing
Grow Old With Me (live at the Gypsy Coffee and Cyber Cafe)

Set List

When I Wasn't Looking
Grow Old With Me
Never Will
Mr. TV
Holding On To Nothing
Where's The Rain
Light Of The Moon
Be A Star
Coming Home
Bottom Of A Well
Long Way Back
Ode To Trouvy
This Year
Drop Me A Line
Stealing Death
Under My Skin
Go Down Sun
Pretty Words
The Man From Advertising
The Rug (that ties the room together)
Lookin' Back
The Enemy Inside Me
The Wicker Chair
Rope The Moon
Lift Me Up
Blink (Catch Me If You Can)
What You Can't Have
Tonight (Playin For You)
Open Eyes
Hovering (in space)
5 Senses
White Trash Blues
If These Walls Could Talk
Dear Friend
The Letter
Keep Pushin'

Hit Me Baby One More Time - Britney Spears
Long Black Veil
Ring Of Fire - Johnny Cash
Folsom Prison - Johnny Cash
Still Gonna Die - Waylon Jennings
He Stopped Loving Her Today - George Jones
Ignition - R. Kelly
Halelujah - Martin Sexton
Gravedigger - Dave Matthews