Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band

http://www.reverbnation.com/show/11365684 I got the promoters of this show to extend the discount using promo code MARK179 is good until Oct.10th that's just 3 days before the show buy w/code tickets are 7$ advance tickets are 11$ and Door is 13$.  I hope you'll join me for my last show with Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band in the state of MN in 2013
         
               
Mark and Martina
$4.95
Big Cellar
$9.99
 
Fri May 16 14 Columbus, OH Rock On The Range Tickets
 
Sat May 24 14 Delano, MN Delano Lanes & Entertainment  
 
Sun May 25 14 Shakopee, MN Arizonas  
 
"Whiskey Talkin' I would say more of the rock with some blues guitar than a country song, unlike what I think of as a classic rock song it's not as fast and upbeat. With the blues style guitars it gives another feel about the song, and the actual riffs are amazing. There's also a familiarity to them, something that after a long time and listening to a lot of sounds I found the familiarity in Bon Jovi. It's not the whole song I found the similarity just the catchy guitar riffs. There's a great vocal range though out the song, more than I was expecting to be honest. In the rare times I've listened to this style of music I'd found the vocals can often be lacking, but Mark's voice is really good, making the lyrics clear and stand out against the music its self. Lyrics is this a story of a man in love with the alcohol or not? I find it hard to tell. Over all I enjoyed the song, it wasn't something I got bored of as I had it on repeat but I wouldn't have called it country by any means."  — Emma Poynter-Keenan, An Unsigned World
"I really wasn’t sure what to expect before listening to these songs, I had my thoughts on what I was in for, but I’m pleased to say that my expectations were exceeded after having listened to all six tracks. I was expecting a dirty hard rocking roadhouse band, but I got some terrific well written songs that really did blend many more modern rock styles with country influence like I’ve never heard before, going from “heartland rock” to heavy grungy roadhouse blues and not caring what listeners think. I look forward, as I recommend others should, for the full album when it comes out."  — Phil Lisotti, Rock Review Phil
"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
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