“America’s Son,” the upcoming fifth album from No Justice, brings the hard rocking red dirt band back to the lyrical direction upon which the band was based.
Another product of the fertile Stillwater music scene, No Justice was founded by lead singer Steve Rice and former guitarist – now band manager – Jerry Payne. Rice took on much of the writing on “America’s Son,” including three song collaborations with band bassist Justin Morris and lead guitar Cody Patton.
“America’s Son” reunited the band with producer Dexter Green who produced No Justice’s 2010 album “2nd Avenue.”
No Justice is a fixture on the Texas/Red Dirt Radio scene, charting 11 top singles and a pair of No 1s, including a top 10 for “Shot in the Dark,” their debut single from “America’s Son.”
No Justice’s success is a direct result of their hard-touring work ethic. Their sound is true red dirt roots balanced with influences of rock, country and blues. The band’s reputation as one of the region’s premier live acts resulted in their 2007 release “Live at Billy Bob’s Texas,” an honor for any band that has played the legendary Texas honky-tonk. Their three other studio albums include “Far From Everything” (2003), “No Justice” (2006) and “2nd Avenue” (2010).
No Justice will play a hometown show Nov. 16 at the Tumbleweed Dance Hall in Stillwater and a Nov. 17 show at JC Cowboys in Weatherford. For more information, go to www.nojustice.com.