- Website: deanalexandermusic.com
- Facebook: Dean Alexander & The Voodoo Revival
- Instagram: @deanalexandermusic
- Twitter: @DeanAlexander00
Dean Alexander moved to Nashville with a dream and a hundred dollars in his pocket. Finding work landscaping during the day, he started playing Layla’s on lower Broadway at night. He enhanced his live performance playing classic country covers as well as originals and was soon discovered and offered a publishing deal by the late Barbara Orbison, the widow of American musician Roy Orbison.
A year later, Dean began working as a touring guitarist for a number of artists. This put the wheels in motion towards a recording contract with Electra/Warner Brothers in 2012. Dean has opened for acts like Little Big Town, Dwight Yoakam, John Fogerty and Blake Shelton to name a few. He’s had a Billboard TOP 40 song called “Live A Little”, “Life Ain’t Fair” hit #13 featuring Sheryl Crow on Sirius XM ‘The Highway’, his song “If Your Heart Can Handle It” was featured on the hit television show Nashville, “Dangerous” on the television series Good Christian Belles, and “Black Crow” has been recorded by Brent Cobb for his upcoming debut record.
Currently, as an Independent artist, he is creating a new path with producer and writer Danny Myrick (She’s Country, International Harvester, I Love This Life) for Dean’s new project with an original darker, edgier sound with his band The Voodoo Revival. “I know its pushing the limits of Country but I’m trying to make music without boundaries and keep the voice of my artistry true. No one ever made a true mark on history by being the same as everyone else”.