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Frank Migliorelli and The Dirt Nappers to release new single in support of upcoming album.

Balancing the perfect mix of 60’s AM radio, and a Saturday night in the garage with a few good friends and few guitars, Frank Migliorelli and The Dirt Nappers kick open “the doorway to a vibrant and beautiful gathering of songs from a clearly experienced and passionate songwriter.”

– Rebecca Cullen, StereoStickman.com

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Frank Migliorelli and The Dirt Nappers upcoming single release “She Moves Like a Mystery” is the pre-release single from the upcoming album, “The Things You Left Behind” due out February of 2019.

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She Moves Like a Mystery” is a beautiful and somewhat stoic romantic piece that delivers to the listener a vision of deep love and devotion, while reminiscing to the mystery of deep and chemical reaction and attraction. A search for one that is elusive and more than hard to find, is it someone in his life or someone he wants I his life, a lover lost or found, or yet to discover. Taking some known markers from his musical past and waxing poetic, like a bard making a story in song, “She Moves Like a Mystery” is beautifully done, magically performed and will be a sensation upon its launch  on all major music platforms and via his site on  November 10th.

Frank Migliorelli and The Dirt Nappers, Described as “Americana, Roots, and Soul-Infused Music” and 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.” By Byron William of Indie-Spoonful is the type of musical group that you have to know, and will definitely appreciate.

Frank Migliorelli has written and published a library of music for advertising agencies, children’s publishers, and video game projects. He’s been a finalist in top songwriting competitions and performs either solo, or with his band, The Dirt Nappers

As founder of RaveOn Records, an indie label focusing on NY blues, soul and R&B artists. He’s recorded such great artists including the award-winning duo “Satan and Adam”, Bill Perry-“Love Scars”, The Uptown Horns and a number of other album releases. At the end of the last century, he stopped producing other artists and began focusing on writing and scoring.

He’s written and produced music for a 20th Century Fox “X-Files” video game, numerous children’s video games and educational games for Scholastic and Sunburst, and even wrote a soundtrack for a “Chippendales” video…..

Over the past ten years, he’s abandoned commercial projects, and started The Dirt Nappers as a way to produce and publish singer-songwriter material. “When you’ve done everything from writing music for little kids, ad agencies and half-naked guys in bowties,” says Migliorelli, “you want to step back and try something different.”

Rooted deep in the best of American folk, rock n’ roll and soul, Frank and the band just want to go out and play……all night long if you let them.

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About Joseph Timmons (7878 Articles)
I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

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