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Midville, Georgia, United States

Midville, Georgia, United States
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"This years favorites according to our readers"


"The people make this happen," said Southbound's Brent Stephens., "you play for them, you get better every time. We wanna have just as good a time as the people in front of the stage. And if we didn't have fun, then it likely means they didn't either." Calling the support of the people and business locally his favorite thing about Statesboro, Stephens speaks fondly of nights gone by, playing to friends and family in the bars, and seeing his impact on everyone around. "I love playing to my friends and my family, you know, hanging out. It's like I'm just hanging out, having fun, but I'm also up on stage playing, having a great time and helping everyone else to have a great time. - Eleventh Hour; Feb 18th-Mar 3rd, 2009. Volume 7, Issue 15


They're carpeing the diem and expanding both their tour dates and their set lists in order to attract the most attention possible. Their style is varied, and they jump around from genre to genre. It isn't unusual for them to play some classic rock and then follow it up with a country piece and maybe an 80's super hit. So expect to Wang Chung the night away and leave the bar feeling like you've just rocked all night and can't party the next day, because Southbound doesn't dissapoint. Oh, they'll even do 90's stuff...check out Youtube for some frikkin awesome Collective Souls cover work. - Eleventh Hour; June 18th-July 1st, 2008. Volume 6, Issue 21.

"Southbound live in Studio Statesboro"

Southbound has been keeping busy with lots of area shows around Statesboro. The country and southern rock band formed in October and started playing out in January — and they've only been on the way up since then.

The guys joined us in Studio Statesboro to play one of their new songs that'll be featured on an upcoming demo. - Statesboro Herald; August 8, 2008

"Critic's picks: Our picks for the must-see shows over the next two weeks"

Their influences are country, Southern Rock, and pleasing their crowd. Their goal is to play anything the crowd wants to hear. The people pay to have a good time, and enthusiastic participation is the desired effect of Southbound's music. They sound like a musical cornucopia. These guys bring variety. You might hear Bon Jovi, Peter Frampton, Skynyrd, or even Hootie. Every show reflects who and what they feel like playing that night. These guys came together from other local bands and have been playing as this incarnation since November. They are all veterans of music, all playing each for over 10 years. Amazingly, when they got together to play and practice, despite their various musical backgrounds, they all connected when they sat down to play together. - Eleventh Hour; May 21st-June 3rd 2008. Volume 6, Issue 22


In August 2008, Southbound recorded its first demo CD, "Southern Man," in Atlanta, Georgia.

Since then, its music has aired on 91.9 FM "THE BUZZ" in Statesboro, Georgia. Its music has also been recently played on "KISSIN" 99.3 FM, in Columbus, Georgia.

A Few Previous Venues of Performance

•Whiskey River - Macon, Ga
•Legends/Jacksons – Statesboro, GA
•Retrievers Sports Bar and Grill – Statesboro, GA
•Rumrunners – Statesboro, GA
•Dingus Magee’s – Statesboro, GA
•French Quarter Restaurant – Statesboro, GA
•Buffalo's- Statesboro
•Wild Wing - Savannah, GA
•Flip Flops - Auburn, Alabama
•Club H20 - Columbus, GA
•JR’s Baitshack – Athens, GA
•Tasty World – Athens, GA
•Sideways Bar – Athens, GA
•Cypress Grill - Cordele. GA
•Sea Palms - St. Simons Island, GA
•Capitol City - Milledgeville. GA
•Hilton Oceanfront Resort - Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
•Millhouse - Statesboro, Ga
•The Library - Chapel Hill, NC
Greek Organization Performances

• AOPi – Georgia Southern
•ADPI - Georgia Southern University
• KA – Georgia Southern University
• Sigma Chi – Georgia Southern University
• Phi Mu – Georgia Southern University
• ZTA – Georgia Southern University
• KKG – Georgia Southern University
• Kappa Delta – Georgia Southern University
• ATO- Georgia Southern University
• Sigma Nu - Georgia Southern University
• AGR – University of Georgia
• KA - University of Florida
•Sigma Chi - Clemson University
•Sigma Chi - University of North Carolina
Brad Majors (Whiskey River-Macon, GA) (Riverhouse Media and Entertainment) 478-538-0175
Nathan Queen (Manager of Retrievers-Statesboro) 423-313-3383
Trey Britt (Owner of Rumrunners-Statesboro) 912-541-0376
Jim Chambers (Owner of Dingus Magee's-Statesboro) 912-682-5535
Laney Nelms (Manager of Wild Wing Savannah) 912-224-0907

For Booking Information please call:
Dan Baker at 404-431-2398
or David Pierce at 478-951-9642
or email us at




Coming together in the Fall of 2007, Southbound decided its only option was to please its fans.
Since then, Southbound has hit the ground running, recorded its first album in Atlanta, Georgia, entitled "Southern Man." Southbound is also featured on Fox Television each week playing the theme song for the hunting show "'Struttin' N' Ruttin'" Television.

The strength of Southbound's live shows has led to a busy touring schedule as an acclaimed Country act. Southbound has performed at venues and festivals across the South and opened for and played with national acts such as Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, The Zac Brown Band, Jimmy Hall (Band leader of Hank Williams Jr. and lead singer of Wet Willie), Wet Willie, Lee Brice, Cowboy Troy, Brantley Gilbert, Colt Ford, Laney Strickland, and Tony Tyler. Southbound continues to build its fan base while touring in support of its release, "Southern Man" featuring "Who I Am," " In His Shoes," "Southern Man," and "Since I Left You."

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