Alternative rock band, Collective Soul, which formed in Stockbridge, GA, struck national fame with their runaway radio hit “Shine” in 1994. Since then they have been selling out concert venues and making hit records one after another. They were the most successful artist on American rock radio during the 1990’s, with seven number ones on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart. Listen in to lead singer, Ed Roland, talk about why its still fun to “rock out” with band mates and make good music. On the side, Roland is part of another band called Sweet Tea Project which creates social good by performing concerts for nonprofits.