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Diamonds & Whiskey

The Stars Tell The Store

The Stars Tell the Story gives a subtle nod to Mitch’s musical roots. Inspired by the thousands of nights spent listening to his dad and uncle play acoustic country music in Oklahoma as a child, Mitch has written tracks for this project that honor this heritage while sprinkling in his own personal style. ‘Snow in Santa Fe’ was co-written and produced with one of Mitch’s musical heroes, Billy Borden, and has been described by fans as ‘the perfect driving song.’ The track ‘Something About You’ will take you back to those special, romantic moments in life while ‘Breathe’ will bring about the inward peace you have always sought.

The Stars Tell the Story gives a subtle nod to Mitch’s musical roots. Inspired by the thousands of nights spent listening to his dad and uncle play acoustic country music in Oklahoma as a child, Mitch has written tracks for this project that honor this heritage while sprinkling in his own personal style. ‘Snow in Santa Fe’ was co-written and produced with one of Mitch’s musical heroes, Billy Borden, and has been described by fans as ‘the perfect driving song.’ The track ‘Something About You’ will take you back to those special, romantic moments in life while ‘Breathe’ will bring about the inward peace you have always sought.

 
Diamonds & Whiskey is the first full band album for Mitch and his band ‘The Conspiracy’. D&W is a true roots rock album that highlights Mitch’s lyrical ability along with the bands diverse musicianship. From ballads like ‘Forever with You’ to the rock driven ‘Dancing in the Shadows’ and the award nominated ‘Jump’, this project is filled with subtle hints of artists from Tom Petty to ZZ Top.

Diamonds & Whiskey is the first full band album for Mitch and his band ‘The Conspiracy’. D&W is a true roots rock album that highlights Mitch’s lyrical ability along with the bands diverse musicianship. From ballads like ‘Forever with You’ to the rock driven ‘Dancing in the Shadows’ and the award nominated ‘Jump’, this project is filled with subtle hints of artists from Tom Petty to ZZ Top.