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Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania’s blues- power trio, , released its much anticipated new single, “” on Friday, April 30th, 2021 worldwide – on all platforms. Recorded at 8 Days a Week Studios in Northumberland, PA by revered engineer/ producer and former Badlees/Cellarbirds bassist, Paul Smith, the tune (the group’s first new music since 2018’s full length album, ‘Break It Down’) proves once and for all that the blues- genre is most definitely, alive and well.

Accompanying the song is DDEG’s video for “Broken.” The video is directed by award winning director, and was shot in the band’s hometown in the historical Irem Temple Theatre. Currently a project, the theatre was WilkesBarre’s primary performing arts venue in the early 1900’s and known for its Moorish Revival Architecture, towering minarets and stained-glass dome. “The fact this beautiful, ‘Broken’ theatre exists right in our backyard is amazing,” says Douglas. “There was no this was the perfect location for this new video.”


“Broken” has all the classic Dustin Douglas and The Gentlemen elements – sexy grooves, infectious rhythm, and Douglas’ soaring work and unmistakable vocal. “‘Broken’ is a very good sonic explanation of who as a band,” says Douglas. “Classic with a modern twist. We do our best to carry the of our power trio forefathers. The spirit of “The Experience, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Cream, and Mountain runs deep in my veins.”

“Broken” has blasted Dustin Douglas & The Gentlemen’s already soaring trajectory into a whole new level of success.

‘Break It Down’ found itself on the Top 20 RMR (Roots Music Report) and the Top 10 Pennsylvania since its release. The has also charted on, The Blues Album Charts, The Blues Singles and The Single Charts. Additionally, DDEG have won numerous Steamtown Music Awards including the BLUES ARTIST OF THE YEAR OF THE YEAR GUITARIST OF THE YEAR VIDEO OF THE YEAR and LIVE PERFORMERS OF THE YEAR. DDEG also received an Blues Music Award nomination for Blues/ Song of The Year for “Out of My Mind.” In 2019.

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