SMB - Dig It Or Don't CD - Autographed! Physical
SMB - Dig It Or Don't CD - Autographed! Physical

SMB - Dig It Or Don't CD - Autographed! Physical

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 The two things you’re not supposed to talk about in polite company are “Religion and Politics”. “Dig It Or Don’t”, tackles both head on!

Political Correctness has no place here. Covering everything from Gun Control to The US Military to Baseball Rulings and everything in between, the SMB pulls no punches. The love of God, Country, and the American way of life run rampant thru the lyrics.

This is a CD Charlie Daniels and Ted Nugent would be Proud of!

Boasting a new Three Guitar Line Up the guys are carrying on in the tradition of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Molly Hatchet.

In a time where pop music has all but forgotten the art of the guitar solo, the SMB is more than happy to “show y’all how it’s done!”

Willie Nelson said once “Don’t write a song if you’ve got nothing to say”.
“Well we took that to heart”, says Morrison. “We’ve covered a lot of topics that mean a lot to us as a band. Whether you agree with us or not, we’re proud of our stance and we ain’t changing!”

So set back, crank it up loud and Dig It …Or Don’t!


 “The guitar work is classic southern rock, dueling guitars with soaring melodies. Dig it or Don’t is a solid success, Sam Morrison catches the essence of several styles of music but at the same time retains his individualism with the help of his bandmates and as a unit they play hard-hitting music that you should dig, but your loss if you don’t. ”
“With an unapologetic style rooted in the sounds of Lynyrd Skynyrd and classic Allman Brothers Band, it isn't likely that the Sam Morrison Band will be getting airplay on KROQ any time soon. My guess is that the band couldn't care less.”
“This Americana, heart-in-the-South, raw guitar sound makes you want to go buy a Harley and ride.”
“a brand of music that has a natural biker appeal... heavy paths that go through the heart of Southern rock, spiced up with a double shot of West Coast rockin' blues. This is timeless stuff... this is good stuff... it's the kind of stuff that just never gets old.”
“earthy Southern rock from the pit...DJB has escaped from the grave? In "I Gotta Ride" may very well come to this absurd idea. Guys, Molly Hatchet but would only write such a song again!”
“For those, like me, mourning the Pre-Ingram Hatchet, we can finally put away the black clothes and all the other CD's of the Southern Rock Wannabees....the SAM MORRISON BAND here takes on the banner of Danny Joe and it carries on.”