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The Dirt Drifters Celebrate Debut Album Release

Pictured (L-R): Ryan Fleener, Ben Schmitt (The Dirt Drifters Tour Manager), Nick Diamond, Steve Daly (The Dirt Drifters Steel Player), Matt Fleener, Jeremy Little and Jeff Middleton Photo Credit: Warner Music Nashville

Tuesday night country music’s hottest new band The Dirt Drifters had yet another reason to celebrate as their debut album entitled This Is My Blood was released to all physical retailers and they topped the day off with a packed out concert at local hot spot 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville, TN. The critically-acclaimed band played the new album from top to bottom, including their current single “Always A Reason” and fan-favorites “Something Better” and “I’ll Shut Up Now.” This multi-talented group of five musicians wrote or co-wrote 10 of the 11 tracks and played on every song on This Is My Blood (produced by Justin Neibank). The overflowing crowd of industry insiders, family and friends, just could not get enough of the band’s signature well-crafted tunes that speak to the working man and left the evening bleeding for more.

The Dirt Drifters met in Nashville, five musicians from four states with backgrounds from across the spectrum and a hunger to make music that matters. Their growing suspicion that they had something special was confirmed over and over as they took to the road. Fans in one club after another reacted as they always do in the presence of the real thing, and The Dirt Drifters began attracting a rabid and loyal following. By name and position they are lead singer/guitarist Matt Fleener, vocalist/guitarist Ryan Fleener, vocalist/guitarist Jeff Middleton, bassist Jeremy Little and drummer Nick Diamond. They bring resumes that embrace country, rock, funk and R&B to bear on a gritty, lyrical roadhouse country that offers something substantial to the heart, the mind and the dance floor.

For further information on The Dirt Drifters, please visit www.TheDirtDrifters.com.