Rangers Band Bio (.pdf, 3.4 MB)
Ranger Motel Liner Notes (.doc 61 kB)
Ranger Motel onesheet (.doc, 1.3 MB) Red Dirt Rangers honored at the Oklahoma Capitol by Brandy BAM McDonnell (May 9, 2013)
Urban Tulsa Weekly: The Show Goes On by Mike Easterling
Mavrik Magazine: The Farm (.pdf, 426 kB)


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New! Photographer: Kelly Kerr

Ranger Motel:


“The Rangers have a sound that combines the legacy of Woody Guthrie and Bob Wills with the spirit of everyone from Merle Haggard to the Grateful Dead and all manner of American music in between.” — Greg Johnson, No Depression magazine

“The Red Dirt Rangers draw from a lot of influences, throw them all in the pot, and mix well. What comes out is a sometimes wild, but always an outstanding and enjoyable ride, all over the map of roots music.” — AnnMarie Harrington, Take Country Back

“These guys are hip cowboys…they play with soul, Tex-Mex with extra jalapeño and can give Bob Dylan a Bob Wills touch.” — Woodstock (NY) Times

“Writers with dirt under their fingernails, beat up snakeskin boots on their feet, whiskey and jalapeños in their bellies, and Kerouac on their minds.” — Real Groove, Auckland, New Zealand

“The Rangers always have epitomized and expanded on the Oklahoma red dirt sound – the elusive stew of country, folk, and whatever else is laying around…” — Thomas Conner, Tulsa World