The lead vocalist of Baltimore’s favorite local rock band has transitioned from big name music venues and local radio spins to nightly shows at bars and restaurants along the eastern seaboard. Experimenting with instrumentation and multiple stage plots, Diller’s signature setup now includes a kick drum, snare drum, tambourine, electric amps, harmonica and a crash cymbal triggered by a bicycle brake cable. Its all heart playing music from head to toe.
The energetic one-man-band has been on the road since 2014 after the release the self titled EP which includes the highly requested "Federal Hill." The music has found new life - the sound of a new wave of rock-folk and alt-country music buzzing in the Mid-Atlantic.
The soulful singer is ready to share his first full-length record, “Mother Nature Would Say.” On the service, its a whimsical tribute to the great outdoors: Written over the course of two years, recorded in a barn converted studio in Maryland, and introducing new instruments (ukulele, banjo & slide guitar), the songs are upbeat summer campfire sing-a-longs showcasing the songwriters talents as a one-man-band.
Look out for brother, Brian, joining in as The Diller Brothers. Keep a closer eye out for Skye, the loyal dog roadie!
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
Release Date: May, 2018