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Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band - Press Release - Feb. 8 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MARK STONE AND THE DIRTY COUNTRY BAND TO RELEASE NEW EP THIS APRIL

On Saturday, April 1, Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band will release their latest studio endeavor, a compelling new EP entitled ‘Trifecta.’ The aptly-titled collection of songs will mark the band’s third release since its inception in 2012 as Stone’s own solo project. A release party is scheduled in Minneapolis the day of the EP’s debut.

Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band previously released a self-titled debut EP that was primarily performed by Stone, which was met in the music community to notable acclaim, even scoring Stone a nomination at the I Love Music Awards for the song ‘Drink the Pain Away.’ In January 2015, Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band released the full album 'The Sequel,' which was heralded by the Austin Chronicle as "what a honky tonk bar brawl between Skynyrd, The Eagles, and Alice in Chains would sound like." More recently, however, Stone has taken the band on the road and filled its positions with Todd Jameson on bass and Johnny Strutt on drums.
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Since the band has begun performing live on a regular basis, they’ve taken the stage at venues like SXSW and the Moondance Jammin Country Fest. They’ve quickly become one of the premier country rock acts in the indie scene, so much so that they were selected as one of eight bands to perform in the Hard Rock Rising Midwest Regional Battle of the Bands. (The competition fielded over 1,000 entries.)

Moving forward, Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band are continuing to blaze a trail forward as one of the most exciting country rock acts around. ‘Trifecta’ was recorded at Undertone Studios Inc. with Tom Hambleton, the “Minister of Fancy Noises.” On April 1, the band will celebrate the release at Mayslacks in NE Minneapolis. The album will be distributed via Ditto Music to all major digital music platforms alongside physical copies available at the release party.

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Coming April 1st Trifecta by Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band
Keep your eyes peeled for early release to radio

New Single "Our Love Will"
Our Love Will - Mark Stone all vocals and guitars, Dan Wistrcill on Bass, Nick Danger on DRums

Kyle M Scott Featured Artist on Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band Album "The Sequel" Taken to Soon
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Could Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band Be The Future of Southern Rock??
Only Time will tell but with the follow up to the bands 1st 2EPs (Self Titled Debut and Mark & Martina EPs) Called The Sequel has already got the band in Rotation in TX, TN, CA and NV ahead of it's official release date 1/31/15 the entire album was debuted in the UK. With hard rocking Southern Rock songs like "Whiskey Talkin" and more sensitive traditional tinged country laced songs Like "Better Man", "I Wanna Kiss You In The Country" and "No Ones Leaving" the group currently occupies radio space on Hard Rock, Rock and Country formatted stations.

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Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band Could Be the Future of Southern Rock
With 2 Eps under the projects belt Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band will be releasing a Full Length album this summer here's what the critics are saying.
“Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band describe their sound as what “A Honky Tonk Bar Brawl Between the Eagles, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Alice in Chains Would Sound Like. Turning Southern Rock to 11 one gig at a time.” Mark Stone is the lead Singer Guitar Player and mad scientist behind Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band and the creator of #Gruntry.”
- Niji Magazine, Niji Magazine (Feb 27, 2014)
“You have a cool sound(reminded me instantly of something similar to GNR), I like the catchy songs and you obviously know how to write.”
- Breakout Artist Management, Breakout Artists Management (Feb 25, 2014)
“BestMusicNews4uRadio @BestMusicNews4U Mark Stone( @mst0ne)and the Dirty Country Band Country Rock - "Whiskey Talkin'" bit.ly/1cHe353 Just Simple, well done Kick **** Rock! #BMN4U #Influence”
- @BestMusicNews4U, @BestMusicNews4U (Feb 01, 2014)
“Check out this great new interview with rising country talent Mark Stone.”
- Admin, iMoveiLive Online Music Magazine (Dec 26, 2013)
“MADAME OF MUSIC ‏@OfMadame onTwitter @mst0ne "I Won't Miss You MN" Great song:-)) great voice ; )”
- Kellie Levans, MILWAUKEE ROCK MUSIC EXAMINER (Dec 19, 2013)
“Whiskey Talkin @mst0ne Swampy southern rock with big voice! Great sound..... Chorus is killer”
- @ReviewRhino, ReviewRhino (Dec 14, 2013)

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  • Members:
    Mark Stone, Johnny Strutt, Todd Jameson
  • Sounds Like:
    the above influences in a honky tonk bar brawl
  • Influences:
    Skynyrd, Eagles, Alice In Chains
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    04/11/14
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