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The Dirty Creek Bandits / Press

"AWESOME mix of sounds. 6 people giving their all and creating cool grooves that you cannot (and do not want to) get out of your head... The songs are lyrically driven, they give you words you want to sing along with, while also having a depth and a texture, due to the harmonies and variety of instruments. Their sound is smooth and tight and the music just rolls over you and wraps you up in hugs... I feel like I’m coming home when I listen to their music.

"...The blend of bluegrass, country, folk and psychedelic rock makes for a high-energy show that highlights the talents of the members and the creativity of their songwriting..."

"...It’s like the Beatles learned what bluegrass is!"

"...though the Dirty Creek Bandits might sound like contributors to the “Deliverance” soundtrack, the only thing they’re delivering nowadays is psychedelic folk jams... Fans of everything from Alice in Chains to The Lumineers will love this band of Okies.

“Continuing in the acoustic vein, Dirty Creek Bandits has been turning heads with their modern spin on folk and bluegrass. This isn't just another band jumping on the indie-folk band wagon, though. Instead of following the movement that has come to the forefront with bands like Avett Brothers and Mumford & Sons, Dirty Creek Bandits embrace their Oklahoma roots, moving in a more bluegrass and pure country direction. That's why they've set themselves apart and started building their own following in clubs like Mercury Lounge and why we're expecting even bigger things from them in the coming year. ”

G.K. HIZER - Urban Tulsa Weekly

"Dirty Creek Bandits kept things rolling with a set that intermingled bluegrass and a jam band vibe. These guys have already been turning heads with an organic feel and dual lead vocals courtesy of Justin Reid and Wesley Barnett, but the real gravy here was the depth that Brandy Reid’s vocals added to overall presentation".

"Highly Recomended"


"Marvelous song writing!"

Allen Niine - musictulsa.blogstop.com

"Good music for the soul..."

Eclipse Culture House