Gaslight Street Unleashes Their Smooth But Dirty Southern Rock

Charleston City Paper | January 28, 2009
No member of Gaslight Street has ever smoked salvia divinorum. None claim to be influenced by the music of Widespread Panic. Give a listen to "Black and Blue Salvia" on their brand-new full-length album, Blue Skies for Fools, and you might wonder otherwise.

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