Dorsey muses on the power of female persuasion in this latest lighthearted single, “Girls Do." The new single ponders some of life’s little mysteries, like how the redwoods got so tall or why red cars always seem to drive faster, but admits what he’d really like to uncover is just how girls can weave their magic spell on guys and keep them coming back for more. The song’s celebration of women and their innate powers of persuasion and charm is sure to strike a chord with females everywhere.
“Girls just have this magic and mystery that makes you do what they want you to do," says Dorsey about the upbeat new tune.
The minute Cliff Dorsey launches into a song, it is clear that he will be a lasting figure on the country music scene. That
rich baritone squeezes every ounce of emotion out of a song, taking the listener on a journey with him as he weaves his lyrical tales on stage. His style draws from the traditional tones of Presley, Cash, and Haggard.
The hardworking Florida native has been playing and singing for years, carving out a career through sweat, passion, and ingenuity - building a steady fan base. Honing his skills performing in church, Cliff quickly moved on to clubs and festivals and anywhere else he could find to play, and has become a seasoned professional adept at entertaining crowds of any size in the years since.
His first album, 321, yielded the fan favorite “If Whiskey Was A Woman". His sophomore album, Hurricane Blues, featuring the aptly titled, “Honky Tonk Dream”— a retro-tinged track about the ups and downs of chasing the troubadour’s dream. Cliff just put the finishing touches
on his brand new debut EP "New Neon" on Black Sheep Label, which was produced by Zach Swon and Colton Swon (The Swon Brothers). The first release, "Raise One" is a rich, anthem-sytle tribute to the hard-working people in this country who put the needs of others before their
own. The song will be airing on radio this Fall and is sure to raise his profile.
As one of its brightest new stars, Cliff is sure to light up your room and stage with his tailor-made-for-country-music voice and his neo-traditional sound.