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Diaries Reborn: "Something Better" Radio Tour

on March 31, 2011 - 12:06pm

Over the past few months The Dirt Drifters have been going all over the country by train, plane, automobile and of course, RV, visiting radio stations and playing their single "Something Better". See what life is like on a radio tour is the latest installment of "Diaries Reborn!"

The Dirt Drifters at US 99.5 in Chicago!

on March 23, 2011 - 4:39pm

Recently, The Dirt Drifters stopped by US 99.5 in Chicago to give them a sneak peek at the new record and play some songs.  Check out a quick video from the performance here. For all you Chicago fans, the guys will be heading to Joe's Bar for a show on June 24th!  More details to come.  Who's coming out to do it in the dirt?

Joe's Sports Bar
940 W. Weed Street
Chicago, IL 60622




The Dirt Drifters Visit 106.5 WYRK in Buffalo!

on March 16, 2011 - 6:46pm

The Dirt Drifters swung by Cozumel Bar in Buffalo, NY to play for some fans and folks at 106.5 WYRK.  Check out this stripped down version of "Married Men In Motel Rooms" now!


See more from the WYRK visit here

"Something Better" Gets a Thumbs Up From The 9513

on March 14, 2011 - 11:31am

The 9513 recently reviewed The Dirt Drifters debut single, "Something Better", and gave it a thumbs up!  See why they think the song is a hit below.

Is there still room on country radio for a great bar band?

The radio gods briefly smiled on a ragtag Georgia gang called Confederate Railroad in the early ’90s, but the leather-and-denim ensemble’s run of hits (highlighted by popular recurrent “Trashy Women”) lasted only about two years. By the time they released a fart joke as a single in 1998, few were around to hear it.

The Dirt Drifters might fare better. Having formed in Nashville and

The Boot: The Dirt Drifters Bring 'Something Better' to Country Music

on March 7, 2011 - 2:31pm

The Boot sat down with The Dirt Drifters to discuss how the band came together, writing love songs and how life on the road is treating them...

Newcomers the Dirt Drifters may have just released their debut single 'Something Better,' but all five members have been haunting Nashville for nearly a decade. Not to mention, having spent the last four years signed to Warner Music Nashville and working on their debut record, 'This Is My Blood,' which is expected out later this year.

Lead singer/guitarist Matt Fleener and his brother, guitarist/vocalist, Ryan Fleener grew up in Oklahoma and met