Frank Migliorelli & The Dirt Nappers - 'Every Bartender In This Town Knows My Name'
BWH Music Group’s 'Keepin' It Country, Vol. One,' by Various Artists, contains an eclectic mix of 17 songs by today's best independent country artists and songwriters. Frank Migliorelli & The Dirt Nappers' single, "Every Bartender In This Town Knows My Name" will put the band's name on your playlist at your favorite bar and at home.
"Every Bartender In This Town Knows My Name" commences with plenty of twangy finger-pickin' and pluckin' guitar along with fast and light, foot-tapping, percussion. Melodic riffs tastefully rise to the top. Light piano that rolls up and down the keys, filling the bar-room, fills the exciting mix. Lead guitar solos strut their stuff. Holy cow, this band is good! In just a few bars, they've captured the spirit of a local bar featuring the best dam band in town.
Every best band in town also has to have the best lead singer and it doesn't get much better than the pure, easy-goin', nostalgic sound of Frank Migliorelli's voice. You will never strain to figure out what Frank is singing about. Every word is crystal clear and his tenor voice sounds less like a bar voice and more like an FM radio-ready voice. Frank's voice is a combo of roots, Americana, rock, and country, but more than all those influences added together, Frank is just really easy to listen to. He has natural talent and is easy to connect with.
"Every Bartender In This Town" is pure fun. It's a song about not needing to be in the big league and being satisfied with who you are and where you are in your music career. With clever lyrics, you'll be smiling along. "The only time I sign an autograph is when the alimony’s due and if you buy me a round, I will sit down and talk with you. That’s all I need in terms of fortune and fame - Don’t matter to me if I ain’t in the game."
In "Every Bartender In This Town Knows My Name" Frank Migliorelli & The Dirt Nappers' show us why their name deserves the recognition they are singing about, not only in their hometown bar, but worldwide. Frank Migliorelli & The Dirt Nappers may be humble in "Every Bartender In This Town Knows My Name" but they are, hands-down, one of the best independent Americana-rock bands in the country today.
'Keepin' It Country, Vol. One' is available on all major digital outlets. For more information about the album and artists, visit BWH Music Group.
Frank Migliorelli and The Dirt Nappers are a roots-rock Americana band that have been hailed as “undoubtedly talented musicians who write classic, timeless songs flavored with pop, rock and roots that you’ll want to listen on repeat.” Their 2017 release “Bass, Drums, Guitars and Organs” garnered airplay across Americana radio (nationally and internationally).
Frank is an honorable mention in the 2017 “American Songwriter Magazine’s songwriting competition for his song “When The Circus Ends.” Rooted deep in the best of American folk, rock n' roll and soul, Frank and The Dirt Nappers bring a great show to the stage with a collection of talent that has played with Gavin DeGraw, Southside Johnny, Steve Forbert and more. Raised on 45s and AM radio, and an ongoing passion for great songwriting, Frank's music has a pop sensibility that makes it easy to listen to and easy to remember. The band has just released a new record (2019) titled, “The Things You Left Behind”.