Frank was interviewed in Glide magazine where he had the chance to talk about recording “Bass,Drums, Guitars and Organs”. Click here to read the interview.
The New Album Is Out!
We’re pleased to announce the new release of The Dirt Nappers ‘ record- “Bass, Drums, Guitars, and Organs”,!! The album features 10 original tunes, including the Great American Song Contest Finalist tune “Wound Up Woman” (a perennial live fave!) . We went for a bit more stripped down sound this time around, with a few more acoustic tunes for variety, but it’s pure Dirt Napper garage band bang n’ twang at its finest. It is available at all the usual online music selling outlets, and will be streaming on Spotify and other services. Click here to see where you can get a copy!
FINALIST-International Song Writing Competition
Finalist-Great American Song Competition
Honorable Mention-American SongWriter Magazine Song Lyric Competition
Honorable Mention-Great Lakes Song Competition
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
In 1989, he founded RaveOn Records, an indie label focussing 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 focussing 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.
A few shots from a few gigs and recording sessions with various musicians who foolishly joined the collective known as “The Dirt Nappers” at various points of their careers.
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