Brian Kelley Shares Brand New Song “Dirt Cheap” Out Now

Brian Kelley releases new song, “Dirt Cheap,” out now, September 1st, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

As he continues to lean into his own musical style as a solo artist, Brian Kelley is finding himself aligning with true stories and relatable experiences. A true embodiment of the small-town lifestyle, Kelley’s new song, “Dirt Cheap” is the perfect song for him.

Although not written by the entertainer, “Dirt Cheap” feels like a song the singer could have penned himself. Written by Seth Ennis, Wyatt McCubbin, and Andy Sheridan, the easy-going song talks about slowing down and leaving the city for a bit in favor of dirt roads, small-town living, and everything it has to offer. Kelley is the perfect artist to share the sentiments expressed throughout the track.

“The moment I heard ‘Dirt Cheap’ I knew I had to record it. It reminded me of some of my favorite Country songs growing up that really pull at your heartstrings,” shared the singer in a recent press release.  “As much as I love the beach, I love the country too. This song matches and meets me where I’m at in life currently. I’m working hard, so in love with my wife Brittney, and always keeping my eyes peeled for the perfect ‘Dirt Cheap’ property of our own. I am so thankful this song landed in my world, and I hope it resonates with those who hear it just like it did with me.”

Kelley continues to find his rhythm in his solo career, and if his next songs are anything like “Dirt Cheap,” country fans are in for a real treat.


Brian Kelley shares new song, “Dirt Cheap,” out now on all streaming platforms.

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