Southern Comfort (disambiguation)
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Southern Comfort is a brand of liqueur.
Southern Comfort may also refer to:
- Matthews Southern Comfort, a band headed by British musician Iain Matthews formed in 1969
- "Southern Comfort", a song by Suzi Quatro from the album Oh Suzi Q.
- Southern Comfort (Frank Wess album), a 1962 album by jazz saxophonist Frank Wess
- Southern Comfort (The Crusaders album), 1974
- Southern Comfort (Psychic TV album), a 1986 live bootleg album by British electronic music group Psychic TV
- The Southern Comfort, a 2005 album by German metal band Emil Bulls
- Southern Comfort (Anthony Hamilton album), a 2007 album by American R&B singer Anthony Hamilton
- Southern Comfort Conference, an annual conference for people affected by transgender issues, formed in 1991
- Southern Comfort (1981 film), a 1981 American film by Walter Hill
- Southern Comfort (2001 film), a 2001 documentary film that takes its name from the aforementioned annual conference
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