Marty Falle

Marty Falle and his band “Dingtown”, originally from Northeast Ohio, delivers sizzling country dance numbers, with signature “wall-of-sound” harmonies, dual guitar leads, steel & fiddle. Falle’s critically acclaimed albums, “Ohio”…

Album art for Soul Of A Son Of A Workin’ Man

About Marty Falle…

Marty Falle and his band “Dingtown”, originally from Northeast Ohio, delivers sizzling country dance numbers, with signature “wall-of-sound” harmonies, dual guitar leads, steel & fiddle. Falle’s critically acclaimed albums, “Ohio” and “Dingtown,” are popular worldwide. Falle’s single “Hoochie Coochie Gal from the Buckeye State” was featured prime time on CMT and “The Wedding Song (Girl Forever),” written by Falle, is one of the top selling wedding songs on the internet.

His third CD “Redneck Roadrunner” was released in September 2011. The album was mastered in Nashville by Andrew Mendelson, a Grammy Nominated Engineer, and the fiddle work was done by Jonathan Yudkin (Rascal Flatts, Shania Twain, Toby Keith, Taylor Swift).

In September 2012, Falle signed with LML Music/Nashville and Chris Keaton Productions in Nashville. LML Music is an independent label dedicated to distributing the finest in Cabaret, Jazz and Broadway vocals and now, country music. Marty Falle was selected as the first country artist signed to LML Nashville. LML was founded in 1995 by award-winning recording artist Lee Lessack, LML now distributes in the US, Canada, Australia, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Chris Keaton has placed more than fifty cuts in the last eight years including songs recorded by major stars such as George Strait, Trisha Yearwood and Brooks and Dunn. LML Nashville will be announcing the launch of Marty Falle’s new CD, “Soul of a Son of a Workin’ Man.”

Falle is represented by Nashville attorney agent, Derek Crownover, of Crownover & Blevins (firm’s songwriter clients have sold 200+ million records).

Marty Falle believes in the power of music in helping charities, and is a frequent sponsor of American Cancer Society events, United Way Charities, and Wounded Warrior Projects.