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Singer-songwriter, Dakota Poorman, is a breath of fresh air in the country music scene. Poorman entertains audiences with his unique style of "Red, White and Blue Collar" country–raw rock 'n' roll infused with a fiery fiddle and badass banjo.

From Maple Valley, WA, singer-songwriter Dakota Poorman is a breath of fresh air in the country music world, where his raw rock ‘n roll is infused with a fiery fiddle and badass banjo.

When you hear Dakota Poorman, envision the vocals of Travis Tritt, the presence of Bob Seger, and the lyrics of John Mellencamp.

With undeniable talent and passion, Poorman has already come a long way in the music industry and is now successfully climbing the country radio charts with his new single “American Made,” which charted at #96 on release week and is now in the Country Top 70.

His journey includes opening for The Marshall Tucker Band, Jon Pardi, Dustin Lynch, Parmalee, Kameron Marlowe and many other talented artists. His songs play on Seattle’s country music station 100.7 and 98.9. This up-and-coming artist has already collaborated with world-class producer Malcolm Springer and was recognized as the 2019- 2020 Independent Music Award “Male Artist of the Year” by USO Northwest.

The journey continues for Poorman with a planned summer/fall tour for 2022 (dates and locations to be announced). He is currently touring his second single “Hippie @ Heart” that debuted in April 2022.