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Design of the Week | Dirty Dishes

Dirty Dishes | Radio Waves

We are beyond excited to have Brooklyn band, Dirty Dishes, perform at The Flyover Fest the second weekend in May. Dirty Dishes is the project of songwriter/guitarist/singer Jenny Tuite.  Their debut full length album Guilty was released by Exploding in Sound Records in 2015. They just dropped a new single "All of Me," which means we should expect a new album in the near(ish) future. Listen to the ripper that is "Red Roulette" below:

Want to see Dirty Dishes live and in person? Head on over to The Flyover Fest website and score your All-Access Pass for one easy payment of $24.99 💥


Posted by Brett Gregory on 05 April, 2017 Design of the Week, Dirty Dishes, The Flyover Fest | 0 comments
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