Born with a desire for the finer things in life, a passion for rock-n-roll, and a rich background in the entertainment industry,
The High Plains Drifters are the new band that is merging various genres of infectious music that speaks to the rebel in all of us
The High Plains Drifters
The High Plains Drifters were sired after a night of too much booze and too little food at a Tex-Mex spot in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea. Fast forward a few years and they boast one fan-favorite album—2019’s High Plains Drifters—a bunch of packed shows (back when it was legal pre-Pandemic), and the critical acclaim of Harper’s Bazaar, Untitled Magazine, Glide Magazine, Anti Music, and more. Their EP “Songs of Love and Loss” (released in summer 2021) was produced by Greg Cohen (Nile Rogers, Robin Thicke). It perfects the genre-bending sound that made their debut a buzzing sensation.