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The High Plains Drifters Release Their Self-Titled Debut Album

Stage Right Secrets Praises The Album as "A perfect mix of feel-good rhythms and catchy melodies."

(New York, New York)

The High Plains Drifters are excited to announce the release of their self-titled debut album. Glide Magazine has likened the album to the works of America's greatest songwriters such as Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, George Jones, and Carl Perkins. Stage Right Secrets in turn has compared it to the work of Simon and Garfunkel.

"The melting pot that the genre of Americana has been waiting for." – Celeb Secrets Country

The LP, produced by Greg Cohen (Celine Dion, Justin Timberlake and more) and Charles Czarnecki (asst. musical director for the Broadway musical Jersey Boys), conceptualizes a listening experience of a sonic road trip across the country. Picture one’s radio station of choice automatically tuning into different musical genres throughout the journey. As they propel the listener through various genres (pop-punk, mainstream rock, ballads and more), there is no doubt that The High Plain Drifters offer a cohesive body of “feel good” rock-n-roll.

High Plain Drifters To Be Featured On National Indie Radio

In addition to the momentum of their debut album, The High Plain Drifters have a song for the holidays. Displaying their diverse catalog of material, their song " Get Me Home By Christmas Eve" has been selected for National Indie Radio's Holiday Radio Special. "Get Me Home By Christmas Eve" will be airing on National Indie Radio (WNIR) commencing December 1st through December 31st. WNIR features the best independent artists in the world and is part of the highly selective and nationally renowned BWH Music Group platform. The Holiday Radio Special will feature original holiday songs as well as covers by exceptional independent artists. Station information can be found at

About The High Plains Drifters

Born with a desire for the finer things in life, a passion for rock-n-roll, and a rich background in the entertainment industry, The High Plains Drifters is the new band merging various genres of infectious music that speaks to the rebel in us. Gearing up for the fall release of their self-titled album, this veteran band of wanderlust musicians delivers a unique rhythmic backdrop that showcases an array of melodies, hooks, and tongue-in-cheek lyrics that make it impossible not to sing along.

At the helm of the band is front man Larry Studnicky (songwriter, lead/backup vocals), the lawyer who, at the turn of the millennium, structured and closed the landmark label and publisher deals that ushered in the world of digital interactive radio (enjoyed today by listeners of Pandora, Spotifiy, etc.). The band also features Charles Czarnecki (producer, songwriter, keyboards, percussion, lead/backup vocals), John Macom (rhythm/electric guitars, lead/backup vocals) and Mike DoCampo (rhythm/electric guitars, backup vocals), all of whom are lifetime friends that created the group to bring happiness to listeners’ ears.

Before coming together as the The High Plains Drifters, the group’s members worked alongside legendary artists as Pete Townsend, Brian May, and Roger Taylor of Queen, Suge Knight of Death Row Records, Fred Schneider of the B-52’s, and Mickey Dolenz of the Monkees. John Macom’s music has been showcased in indie movies and TV shows, including Dawson’s Creek, Party of Five, and Felicity.

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