Article Contributed by Pitch Candy PR | Published on Thursday, June 6, 2024

Southern rock band Them Dirty Roses made up of brothers James and Frank Ford and childhood best friends Ben Crain and Andrew Davis are releasing the lyric video to their recently released single “Birmingham Steel” today. Inspired by the band’s home state of Alabama, the lyric video pays tribute to the Birmingham steel industry, the dedicated steelworkers, and their families. Twangville premiered the lyric video ahead of its official release, read more here:…

Watch the “Birmingham Steel” Lyric Video here:

"We are really happy with how the 'Birmingham Steel' lyric video turned out.  It's more than just words on a screen.  It's a visual journey that really captures the soul of the song, and paints a picture of the landscape and people we grew up with. We wanted our fans to feel the power and emotion behind the song, and we think this video accomplishes that," said Frank Ford, Drummer.

“Birmingham Steel” was co-written by all four band members and collaborators Phillip White and James LeBlanc, and was recorded at the iconic FAME studios. “Birmingham Steel” is the follow-up to their previously released single “Candle In The Dark” and their self-titled album Them Dirty Roses and Lost In The Valley Of Hate and Love Vol 1.

Bred in ‘Bama Clay, Them Dirty Roses grew up together before moving to Nashville to pursue their careers in music. They toured relentlessly and built a loyal legion of fans, garnering over one million Spotify monthly listeners and shoulder-to-shoulder crowds at their live shows. Since their debut single, “Cocaine And Whiskey” which amassed over 70 million streams, Them Dirty Roses has been featured in Loudwire, Raised Rowdy, Saving Country Music,, Whiskey Riff, and more.

Signed to WME, Them Dirty Roses are currently on a nationwide tour in support of their new music (full summer tour dates listed below). For more information, visit


6/6 - Bourbon Theatre - Lincoln, NE

6/7 - Off Broadway - St. Louis, MO

6/8 - Tailgates N’ Tallboys - Clinton, IA

6/21 - Gordy’s HWY 30 Music Fest- Filer, ID

6/27 - Vinyl - Atlanta, GA

6/28 - Skipper’s Smokehouse - Tampa, FL

7/4 - Phenix City Amphitheater - Phenix City, AL

7/5 - TOONEY’S Music Venue - McCaysville, GA

7/13 - Lewistown Bike Rally - Lewistown, MT

7/27- Humboldt County Fair 2024 - Humboldt, IA

8/2 - Owensboro Convention Center - Owensboro, KY

8/3 - Ash Bash - Mount Vernon, IL

8/9 - Odawa Casino - Petoskey, MI

8/10 - XRoads41 Festival- Oshkosh, WI

8/15 - Mississippi Studios - Portland, OR

8/16 - Wheatstock Festival - Helix, OR

8/17 - The Olympic - Boise, ID

8/22 - Lava Cantina - The Colony, TX

8/24 - Gruene Hall - New Braunfels, TX

9/5 - Bird’s Nest - Dunn, NC

9/6 - Bird’s Nest - Dunn, NC (Sold Out)

9/14 - Hurricane Alley - Bossier City, LA