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Dirty Mind Detroit Band

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I had a chance to speak with Don Miller about his love for music and his lifestyle of being a truck driver for many years.

Don comes across as a true Rock musician with so many wonderful stories to tell about his band members and himself.

I recently heard an online live interview with the band and learned a lot about them and they are the kind of people we look for to feature in the magazine.

You can go to the links provided below to listen for yourself to their great tunes

The Band  – Dirty Mind Detroit with Bob Melendez Bass,  Mike Delp Drums, Steve Demyan Keys and Vox, Don Miller Guitar and Vocals, Melanie Parker Vocals.  They have been together on and off for 30 plus years .

They broke up 14 years ago when they were called “Ratzass” and  they were nominated for a Detroit Music Award.  Their tunes have been played all over the world on online Radio and regular Radio.

They are a Rock and Blues Band and have Shows all over the Detroit area.   They do many great covers as well such as Elton John, Reo, The Doors, Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin, Stevie Ray, Hendrix, Grand Funk Railroad,  Led Zepplin, and have been in the top ten played bands on online Radio from Detroit .

DMD has fans all over the world thanks to all the Radio Air Play . “We always love to play our favorite covers too.” says Don Miller.

They are working on new tunes for a new Cd for the Band.  They have put a lot of music out and surprised a lot of Rockers with their Live shows.

Check them out and Rock It with the Dirty Mind Detroit Band. Their new Cd “Almost Extinct” is going to Rock you.

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