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Southern VII
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Welcome and Thanks for visiting our site. We hope you enjoy reading about the band, and listening to our music. To all of you who know us, thanks for your support. To the ones that dont, your just friends we haven't met yet, so sit a spell, Kick off your boots and relax to some of our brand of Christian Rock, SOUTHERN STYLE!!!. Hope you enjoy.
Randy
Why this name?
After months of going through literally hundreds of names, We decided on "Southern VII". The Southern part describes not only our heritage, but also defines our sound as well. The number seven is the number used in the Bible for completion, and this band is the result of years of musical talent in several different genres being brought together for a united purpose.
Do you play live?
Yes we do live engagements, Bike rallys, Christian Festivals, Coffeehouses, Fairs, Churches and Concerts.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Yes, it changes it by making the music more readily available to the public, therefore exposing more unsigned artists to the world.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Yes, We look forward to working with a label someday that really has a desire to bring life changing music to those who need to hear it.
Band History:
Southern VII


My name is Randy Kelley, I am the lead vocalist for the Christian Southern Rock Band “ Southern VII”. I would like to take this opportunity to tell you a little about the group and it’s origin. In the late 70s and early 80s, I was living in Tampa, Fl and was introduced to the sound known as Southern Rock, being impressed with the “working mans music” and it’s blue collar roots, I became an avid fan and began to perform with a local band playing the same circuit as some of the more popular groups of the day (IE: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, Doc Holliday, etc), even having the opportunity to be the opening act, in the smaller venues, and to become personal friends with some of the members of these groups. One of the things, however, that this music was known for, was it’s hard livin, drinking, drugs, etc, was a way of life for the “Southern rocker” and it wasn’t long until we also were living the hard life. In 1990, I came to the realization that without God, I was going nowhere fast, and was definitely “Flirtin with disaster” and upon receiving salvation and deliverance from the drug and alcohol addictions, God turned my musical talents in another direction. Along with two current members of “Southern VII”, Carol Joiner and Gina Holder, we formed the southern Gospel group known as “Pure River” performing in numerous churches, fairs and festivals throughout the southeast and releasing 2 CDs. During that time we welcomed the addition of our current “ drive” section, Chance Faircloth on drums and Valerie Faircloth on Bass guitar. After 13 years of performing southern/ country Gospel, We felt like God called us to change our style to reach a whole new audience, and with the addition of Lenny Peterson on lead guitar, we bring to you, “Southern VII”. We are a live, high energy group, recreating that sound of “hard drivin” Southern rock, this time with a positive message that we feel can reach those who are familiar with and grew up listening to this style of music but have no Christian alternative to. Original songs coupled with some covers, “ Southern VII” will deliver a powerful, life changing message in music, that wont soon be forgotten and bring a welcomed change of pace to Christian Music today.

Randy Kelley/ Southern VII
Your influences?
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, Duane Allman, Southern Rock, Classic Rock, Third Day, Casting Crowns
Favorite spot?
The Smoky Mountains, Good Ole down home Florida Swamps.
Equipment used:
Takamine and Fender Guitars, Yahama Electric piano, Pearl Drums
Anything else...?
We believe our music to be an expression of not only who we are, but what we believe. Playing music, having fun, and seeing lives changed, what more could you want.
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