Our Day Has Yet to Come
The Atlanta based-band The Blue Stone Society came to be as frontman Mark Phelps launched a solo project in 2006 and recruited Danny Breiner, former drummer for the Force, for the ensuing EP entitled the Land of the Blind. Former 33 Days guitarist Ricky Burdette was then added to round out the band, and they played as a trio for years. Over the course of 2008-09, the trio recorded their first full-length album, Our Day Has Yet To Come, and released it under the name The Blue Stone Society. Shortly before the release in 2009, former Almost Russell bass player Chanse Horton was added to make the modern quartet. The band relies on heavy blues influences in a rock format with a mix of diverse music. Featured guests on the album include Bain Mattox, Pete Orenstein, Steve Cunningham, Alice Ann Robertson, Dave Cunningham, and Greg Hammontree.