THEY have been favourites on stage in Belfast for years, growing from playing small clubs to the point of playing the iconic Ulster Hall. Now Black Stone Cherry are headlining Day Two of Ramblin' Man Fair in Maidstone, Kent.
Joining them on day two will be racous Aussie rockers Airbourne, who have also been long time visitors to Belfast.
This make the festival - which was great last year - even more tempting to Northern Ireland folks as Whitesnake and Europe are the first day headliners.
Having revelled at RMF last year it is fair to say that it is one of the most chilled of fests, with only the friendly atmosphere of Bloodstock equalling it's vibe (although the music is a bit different).
Other acts announced today include the Von Hertzen Brothers and White Buffalo - adding to a burgeoning list of acts.
Unlike many other festivals Ramblin' Man forces attendees to check out different styles and genres. As well as the 'Classic Rock' stage there is a 'Prog' Stage, an 'Outlaw Country' stage and a 'Blues' stage, all within five minutes walk from each other.
You can check up the line-up to date and but tickets here.