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“... In fact, there is no boundary to how far one‟s visions can sail across that “success line.” The Dirt and Diesel Band‟s lead singer, Josh Fuller, exclaims there‟s absolutely no such restriction. “Going from 200-1600 fans in a year is a pretty cool deal,” the 33-year old pointed out. “Bar own-ers are now looking us up because fans (The Dirt and Diesel Nation) are requesting us. The whole goal is keeping them involved with our success. We‟re trying to maintain a good relationship with the people who follow us; we‟re in this together.” The band has made quite an impression in a short time. Since DDB‟s debut--December 31, 2008—it has gained a regular following, known to be singing along at concerts, as only Texas Country fans can—see youtube. Considering the band‟s first CD is not due out until possibly as late as March of ‟11, fans knowing all the words is quite a tribute.....(read more)”
"Ah ha! Finally, my husband has a golf challenge, and where there are greens, he will follow -- and where there is great Texas Country Music, I will follow to Dirt Fest 2010! August 8th is our anniversary, how could we refuse each other? So golf and Country Music can be the perfect match!"
"It was such an honor to meet each one individually and see them perform one of their best performances yet."
“New Year’s Eve celebrated in the most beautiful way ever…with family – Josh Fuller of “Dirt & Diesel” -- and you'll love his New Year's Resolution.”
“This dynamic group has perfected the art of performing and their musical talents seem unlimited! Each show keeps fans on their feet and wanting more! It all began when Josh Fuller and Regan Frazier teamed up as a singer/songwriter partnership ready to take on all that the great state of Texas has to throw at them. Now, that’s Texas “never say quit” spirit!”
“SherryJane Cooke has written several articles on Josh Fuller and Dirt & Diesel. visit her site and erad more about us as well as the other talented Texas Artists!”