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Dan Miraldi / Press

“Miraldi further whets the appetite for a full-length release with his new EP. His lyrics are whimsical fun, much like the retro beats that infiltrate the song structure he favors. Imagine if Bob Dylan and Elvis started a band together, then you’d have a pretty good idea as to what Dan Miraldi is all about." - Bill Sullivan, Now This ROCKS!”

“FILE UNDER: Rock 'n' roll that will make you smile and dance”

“All those influences mingle together nicely on his latest effort, Rock N Roll Band!, a terrific five-song EP that adroitly veers from the pure power-pop sound of "You've Got to Hurry" to the snappy, retro-leaning vibe of "Give & Take," all the while establishing Miraldi as an up-and-coming act on the local scene.”

"Rocks like the White Stripes, the Black Keys and the Kills."

"A straight shot of instantly catchy guitar-driven pop/rock from Cleveland, Ohio's Dan Miraldi. Dan isn't afraid of writing songs with hit potential. In fact, this album spins like a "best of" collection even though none of these songs are hits...yet. The crystal clear direct approach works, and Miraldi's got a voice and presence that really gives his music extra zest. There's plenty of personality to be found in these tunes...this young man's obviously getting a major kick out of making music."

"Each of the songs on the new Dan Miraldi album Sugar & Adrenaline is well-structured and well-played. The variety in the music on the album will satisfy the tastes of any rock music lover. If you have never heard of Dan Miraldi, check out this album and then check out the rest of his music library."

"A straight shot of instantly catchy guitar-driven pop/rock from Cleveland, Ohio's Dan Miraldi. Dan isn't afraid of writing songs with hit potential. In fact, this album spins like a "best of" collection even though none of these songs are hits...yet. The crystal clear direct approach works, and Miraldi's got a voice and presence that really gives his music extra zest. There's plenty of personality to be found in these tunes...this young man's obviously getting a major kick out of making music."

"[Miraldi's] songwriting seems to be heading in a bit more mature vein, and comes through on the last cut on the disc, a ballad titled “The Many Shades of Blue". I hope Miraldi keeps his band together and they keep going… I think they can go to some good places together."

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