Singer-songwriter Ed Roland, who's headed up alt-rock giants Collective Soul for 20 years, penning seven of their No. 1 hits, has gathered a group of friends together for a different-sounding vibe, dubbing it The Sweet Tea Project. The rootsy new group -- featuring banjo, mandolin, steel guitar and uke -- is touring behind the release its debut album Devils 'n' Darlin's
. Roland and Collective Soul broke through in '93 with the massive hit "Shine," and continued to rule the rock charts throughout the decade with singles like "The World I Know," "December," "Why, Pt. 2" and many more, going on to sell more than 10 million albums.
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