MEET CLIFF DORSEY
Rising country singer-songwriter Cliff Dorsey has released his new EP, ‘New Neon,’ on CDX Records/Sony Orchard/
Black Sheep Label Group. It is available at major digital distributors here. The EP was produced by Zach Swon and Colton Swon of The Swon Brothers.
Dorsey is quickly making his mark on the country music scene with a unique baritone vocal that squeezes every ounce of
emotion out of a song, which takes the listener on a journey as he weaves his lyrical tales on record and on stage. The
hardworking Florida native has been playing and singing for years, carving out a career through sweat, passion, and
ingenuity – all the while building a steady fan base.
Dorsey performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” at The Gator Nationals for more than 125 thousand people when he was
still in his teens and began his full-time music career when he was twenty-one, playing anywhere he could before quickly
moving on to clubs and festivals. He draws from the traditional tones of Presley, Cash, and Haggard and melds those into
his own unique vocal style.
His first album, ‘321,’ yielded the fan favorite “If Whiskey Was a Woman." His sophomore album, ‘Hurricane Blues’
featured the aptly titled “Honky Tonk Dream”— a retro-tinged track about the ups and downs of chasing the troubadour’s
His brand-spanking new ‘New Neon’ EP firmly places Dorsey among the best and brightest rising new stars in country
music. With his passion and work ethic and strong support from his family, management and record label, all bets are on
Cliff Dorsey to continue to find the success that he is earning.