Blackfoot's all-new lineup will release Southern Native this summer under the guidance of co-founder Rickey Medlocke. Now lead guitarist with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Medlocke recruited four new members to carry Blackfoot forward back in 2012.

Southern Native, due on Aug. 5, will be the first to feature lead guitarist and singer Tim Rossi, guitarist and vocalist Rick Krasowski, bassist Brian Carpenter and drummer Matt Anastasi. "This record is head-to-head, old school-meets-new school, classic to new rock for a brand new generation," Medlocke says in a press release announcing the album. "Turn it up loud!”

You can see the track listing for Southern Native, which includes an update of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's "Ohio," below. Tour dates in support of the album are also below.

Medlocke took more than two years to produce Southern Native, composing and performing the project along the way. “Rickey bridged the generations by having his grandfather, Shorty Medlocke, play on those early Blackfoot records,” Rossi says. “So having Rickey play slide and other guitar with us on this record bridges the modern gap. It’s a full-circle kind of thing.”

Blackfoot's most recent studio effort, 1994's After the Reign, found Zakk Wylde sitting in with one of the latter-day Medlocke-led lineups.

Blackfoot, 'Southern Native' Track Listing
"Need My Ride"
"Southern Native"
"Call of a Hero"
"Take Me Home"
"Whiskey Train"
"Satisfied Man"
"Love This Town"
"Diablo Loves Guitar"

Blackfoot 2016 Tour Dates
June 15 - Westland, MI
June 16 - Saint Charles, IL
June 18 - Brooklyn, MI
June 19 - Louisville, KY
July 2 - Guntersville, AL
July 8 - Bonner Springs, KS
July 9 – Fremont, NE
July 15 - Mebane, NC
July 16 - Greenville, SC
July 21 – Salisbury, MD
July 22 - Poughkeepsie, NY
July 24 - Long Branch, NJ
Aug 13 - Ringle, WI
Aug 19 – Dallas, TX
Aug 20 – San Antonio, TX
Aug 27 - Oxford, AL
Sept 2 - Tazewell, TN
Sept 17 - Bainbridge, GA
Sept 23 - Stafford Springs, CT
Sept 24 - Kent Narrows, ND

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