Spring tour was honking good fun for all involved. The band enjoyed playing the WMNF Tropical Heatwave with a very irate Wreckless Eric. Hung out with pals the Titanics in Boston and they blew everyone's ears off. Summer will find DRR gigging around the gulf states. Come out to hear some of the new stuff and enjoy the beer-drinking weather.
Another few legs of the album tour are shaping up. Texas, some Louisiana, Florida, and New York in March, April, and May. Come get Wrongheaded with us. See you at a show.
Hot damn. OffBeat Magazine nominated Dash Rip Rock for Best Roots Rock Artist and "Wrongheaded" for Best Roots Rock Album of the Year. And thanks to all the radio stations in Tuscon, Olympia, Memphis, Durham, Asheville, Durango, Telluride, Tampa, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Davis,CA, Detroit Rock City, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Texas, Vermont, North Dakota and elsewhere for spinning "Wrongheaded." Looking forward to rocking SXSW in March and some other festivals this spring.
Thanks, Offbeat Magazine for this review of "Wrongheaded." Hitting the road at the end of November & early December for some dates in Florida. See you in Key West, Tampa, Orlando, and Hollywood. Hitting central Louisiana in December. Looking forward to showcasing at SXSW 2016 in Austin in March. Stay tuned for more tour dates.
Our new album "Wrongheaded" is here! Ten piping hot tracks straight from the source. Hands down one of the best albums to come out of the South this year. DRR's "Wrongheaded" is a true-to-life, raw-sounding record that jumps out of the speakers. Revved up roots, garage, and unapologetic Southern rock. Even a few gritty alt-Americana tunes.
Now available right here, at DRR shows, on Amazon, iTunes, and elsewhere. Do yourself a favor and buy the CD or full FLAC downloads (and not the MP3s) to get the full high fidelity DRR listening experience. Thanks to everyone at Drag Snake Records.
Midwest, Oklahoma, and Tennessee tour could not have gone better. Great meeting new fans and seeing familiar faces. Looking forward to getting back to Chicago area for a roots festival this summer.
Dash Rip Rock
Dash Rip Rock
Dash returns to the Music City to play some of their music.