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DareDevilDale IS #FLYAH

Explosively expatriated from the farmlands of Ohio, singer-songwriter Doli Stepniewski breathes mischievous spirit into creative alter ego, DareDevilDale. Known for effusive hooks and anthemic power-pop melodies, he creates vivid tales of love and catastrophe... fit for the pages of a graphic novel. Each song pulls equally from Stepniewski’s own experiences as both an accomplished touring musician (Owsley, Amy Grant, Under The Big Top) and a successful tech entrepreneur. The result is an accessible yet divergent sound delivered with a wink and nod to musical superheroes Stewart Copeland, Gordon Sumner, Andy Summers, Stuart Adamson and John Taylor.
When not criss-crossing the boundaries of the American soundscape as DareDevilDale, Stepniewski is an animator and rock & roll developer in Nashville, Tennessee where he lives with his wife and three sons.
NEW RELEASE:
VIVID TALES OF LOVE AND CATASTROPHE
Welcome To Pulp Rock.
Conceptually dark and unflinchingly hopeful, the world illuminated in the new album, Vivid Tales of Love & Catastrophe, is the creation of experienced musician Doli Stepniewski. Starring here as alter ego, DareDevilDale, Doli single-handedly weaves together a collection of progressive human experience, as stirring as it is catchy. 
Steered by Doli’s one-man-band approach to performance and production, DareDevilDale comes to life as our champion through the relatable, everyday hero stories of the album’s rich characters:
“Close your eyes and open up your mind... Can you believe what you’ll be when you’re ready?” he sings in the album’s sunshiny opening track, “Next Big Thing.”  And from a deliciously violent overthrow of convention in “Big Bang,” to addiction and combative relationships in the driving, “Friction,” listeners are compelled to hold on through the rollicking ups-and-downs of the album’s ten tracks of unapologetically sensational reality.
PEOPLE ARE TALKING
“Dark and ominous energy with a sense of mystery!”
“Killer, catchy. I could definitely hear this blasting on the loudspeakers at a dance club!”
“This sound sounds like nothing I've heard before. Fast driving beats, with a pumping bass and catchy riffs. Pet Shop Boys meets pop rock boy band! Crazy fusion.”

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