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Dirt Road Logic

Michigan-based roots rock quartet Dirt and grime Road Logic craft gritty and passionate tales from the Midwest that evoke the ragged alt-country of Drive-By Truckers, the wistful Americana of Outdated 97’s, as well as the bar band sensibilities of early-’70s Moving Stones. Shaped in the springtime of 2005 across the abilities of business lead vocalist/guitar participant Eric Kelly, business lead guitarist/vocalist Paul Delamater, drummer Jonathan Britton, and bass participant Mark Ruler, the group got to the street like its name indicate, creating a solid group of fans that expanded beyond its local predilections and writing the stage with performers as different as Shooter Jennings, the Fluoride Plan, and John Corbett. Great Lake Center Ache, their electrifying 12-tune debut, was documented at Ann Arbor, MI’s Big Sky Studios and released on Embassy Resort Records in-may 2006. In ’09 2009 the music group released The Rock-n-Roll EP, a assortment of seven brand-new tracks made by Al Sutton (Child Rock).

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