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Country 02/12/2005

South Carolina Band, The South, To Release Its Debut Album 'Monsters In The Kudzu'

LEXINGTON, S.C. (Top40 Charts/ South Band Official Website) - The South is set to release their debut album entitled, 'Monsters in the Kudzu' on December 2, 2005

Lexington/Columbia, South Carolina, December 2, 2005 - The South, a band based in Lexington, South Carolina, is releasing its debut album which has been named, 'Monsters In The Kudzu'. The official release date is December 2, 2005. The release party will be held at Headliner's in Columbia, South Carolina. Doors will open at 9pm.

'Monsters in the Kudzu' is a collection of original songs written by Chris Conner and defies categorization. Touching on several genres like country, alt-country, bluegrass, rock, southern rock, jazz and more, this album brings something for everyone.

Upon releasing their disc, the band will begin supporting it immediately by touring on a regional level in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Virginia and Tennessee.

More about The South
The South is an alternative-country music experience, but still represents the best of southern music and its song writing traditions. This new country sound, combined with the experience of seasoned musicians and a classic vocal style, culminate in something very unique, both on stage and in the studio.

Chris Conner, lead vocalist and song writer, formed the band in Lexington, South Carolina in the summer of 2004. Drawing from his experiences with the group Sourwood Honey, Conner was able to bring together five talents who all shared a certain philosophy and dedication toward their craft. The sound they have created is progressive but true to its roots.
The five member band includes drummer Jimmy Branham, bassist Trey Brown, lead-guitarist Charles Funk and vocalist Nicole Hagenmeyer.

Branham, formerly of Treadmill Trackstar, and Brown, with several studio and television performance credits, provide a solid foundation to The South's pleasing sound. Charles Funk, once with S-Tribe, adds a brash, but smart style of guitar that contrasts well with the deep rich folk-harmonies created by Conner and Hagenmeyer.

For more information on The South, visit their website at For booking information and any other concerns please contact the band's manager, Chris Carney (e-mail protected from spam bots) at 803-348-5814.

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