Dennis Churchill Dries, formerly lead vocalist/bassist of AOR’s White Sister & Tattoo Rodeo, is releasing his first solo project ‘I’ in the coming weeks. Paul Sabu contributed and produced the album, and it’s been receiving some awesome reviews already:
Dries cuts the listener with a fine slab of vintage rock and roll with tracks such as ‘Unbroken’ with some amazing guitar riffs from old partner in crime and producer Paul Sabu that make you just want to go and air guitar the F**k out of your street!
This guy has history and boy does it show; Every track has the feel of a rock n roll hall of fame and I’d be unwise to try and cloud your perceptions of some of the wonderful influences one can hear with the passing nods to the great and the good of rock.
Site Rating: *****
– Alan Walsh, Rock n Reel Reviews – “Dennis Churchill Drive ‘I’“
This is a proper AOR/melodic rock album, written and sung from the heart, not a contrived project and lets hope DCD returns to live action and continues to record. If you liked his previous bands and like melodic rock, simple buy this album.
Site Rating: ****1/2
– Jason Ritchie, get ready to ROCK! – “Album review: DENNIS CHURCHILL DRIES – I“
The album was also mentioned on David Gallienne‘s popular radio show The Friday Rock Show. You can hear the opening track “Heard It On The Radio” at about the 48 minute mark.
Go check out ‘I’ by Dennis Churchill Dries!