Thursday, June 6, 2013

Help The Dirty Clergy Make A Video

The Dirty Clergy is an American rock & roll band. Formed in Winfield, AL in 2010, the band consists of songwriter/guitarist Brian Manasco, vocalist Brad White, bassist Ky Carter and drummer Cody Moorehead.

In November, 2011 The Dirty Clergy released the LP, “Revival” on their self-published label Happy Daze Records. It featured the politically charged, “Wall Street”, the downbeat acoustic tune “I”, and the alternative bad girl track, “Cocaine, Nevada”.

The Dirty Clergy wasted no time returning to the studio to record the EP, “Shake”, in February of 2012. The new had yet to wear off of “Revival” when they dropped “Shake” and the band rode a huge wave of success in 2012. They toured from coast to coast and got reviews from blogs and magazines both internationally and abroad. “A new gear in the rock and roll transmission”, proclaimed The Dayton City Paper. Drawing comparisons from bands such as Alice Cooper, T. Rex to Muse and even Cream. The inspiration for music and the roots of the band certainly lie in the heart of when rock and roll was at the forefront of music.

The Dirty Clergy's catchy choruses, smooth harmonies, and pop hooks recall the youthful exuberance of the 50s and early 60s, when rock 'n' roll was synonymous with rebellion, while the punkish, grungy rhythm guitar, active drumming, and impassioned singing provide an urgent, hard edge.

What We Need & What You Get

We need a minimum of $750. This will begin to pay producer/assistant/equipment and venue.

This is our first official video and we want it to be a good one!

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