Ryan's Rock Show recently conducted an interview with MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER guitarist Kelly Scott Nunn. During the chat, which can be viewed below. Nunn discusses HE IS LEGEND vocalist Schuylar Croom filling in for Dallas Taylor, teaming up with WWE, and dirty pranks from the road.For more information, visit www.ryansrockshow.com. MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER's latest album, "III", was released in July via Ferret Music. "III" is the follow-up to MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER's critically acclaimed album "II", which was released in 2007 via Ferret Music, "II" was conceptual in nature, expounding on the true tales of 1920s gangster Ma Barker and her prohibition era real-life crime family. The record's gritty musical shootouts are filled with intricate guitar riffing and whiskey drenched grooves, while the lyrics take your imagination back to a time when the exploits of gangs of criminals gripped the American people and press. The album debuted at No. 156 on The Billboard Top 200 chart in its first week of release.
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