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Published on Dec 10, 2010
In June 2010, The Dirty River Boys, from El Paso, Texas, packed the truck and drove to Los Angeles to record their debut album, produced by music industry greats Mikal Blue and Peter DiStefano.
Few bands can proudly claim to have recorded their first album acoustically. For a band to do so with success, they would need raw-vintage talent, a ballsy temperament and just the right amount of dirty faith. Throws these together along with a lively rock show and you get The Dirty River Boys.
The band has quickly won over audiences of all ages with three part harmonies and traditional but manipulated musicality. DRB is a West Texas band redefining genres. The band uniquely fuses classic folk and hints of bluegrass with a modern rock edge.
Band members Nino Cooper, Travis Stearns and Marco Gutierrez bring stories of personal experience and heartbroken outlaws to life with their poetic verses. The Boys also deliver whiskey slamming, foot stomping energy to classic instrument combinations of acoustic guitar, mandolin, harmonica, fiddle, cajon, snare, and banjo. The Dirty River Boys remind those listening that rock and roll is here to stay as long as it is kept a little dirty.