It was not uncommon for Dean Dollar to see Jerry Reed, Boots Randolph or Gladys Knight jamming in his living room as a youngster. During the early 50's, Dean's mother and aunt produced a television show "Barn Dance Theater" that aired in Atlanta. His mother was also a songwriter (Brenda Lee - "Just a Little") and often hosted many of industry's' early greats in their home.

With this early exposure, it is no surprise that music became Deans career focus. As a teenager he began to play the guitar and write songs, with two singles airing on local radio stations in Atlanta. He later formed the Dean Dollar Band and recruited some of the finest musicians in the south. The group has been touring the country since 1990 and has opened for such notable groups such as The Charlie Daniels Band, Waylon Jennings and BTO.

The Dean Dollar Band has been well received form Princeton New Jersey to Miami Florida. Dean has a unique relationship with the audience that is genuinely personal. The group performs country favorites new and old and will often take Beach requests. Dean is a BMI songwriter and is currently working on material for a new CD.






  • Country and Bluegrass
    Alabama - Dixieland Delight
    Alabama - If You're Gonna Play In Texas
    Alabama - Moutain Music
    Charlie Daniels - Country Boy
    Charlie Daniels - Do It Again
    Charlie Daniels - Long Haired
    Charlie Daniels - South's Gonna
    Charlie Daniels - The Devil Went Down To Georgia
    David Allen Coe - If That Ain't Country I'll Kiss Your #*%!
    David Allen Coe - The Most Perfect Country Song
    David Allen Coe - The Ride
    Dwight Yoakam - Guitars & Cadillacs
    Hank Williams, Jr. - All My Rowdy Friends
    Hank Williams, Jr. - Born To Boogie
    Hank Williams, Jr. - Country Boys Can Survive
    Hank Williams, Jr. - Family Tradition
    Kenny Chesney - Back Where I Come From
    Kenny Chesney - Keg In The Closet
    Kenny Chesney - Live Those Songs
    Kenny Chesney - She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy
    Kenny Chesney - When The Sun Goes Down
    Randy Travis - Forever And Ever Amen
    Randy Travis - The Other Hand
    Toby Keith - Beer For My Horses
    Toby Keith - How Do You Like Me Now
    Toby Keith - I Love This Bar
    Travis Tritt - Girls Gone Wild
    Travis Tritt - Heresa Quarter
  • Modern, Alternative, and Classic Rock
    Bob Segar - Try To Live My Life Without You
    Bob Segar - Turn The Page
    Bto - Business
    Bto - Taking Care Of
    Ccr - Green River
    Ccr - Susie Q
    Doobie Brothers - Long Train Running
    Eric Clapton - Cocaine
    Eric Clapton - Crossroads
    Eric Clapton - Layla
    Eric Clapton - Wonderful Tonight
    Jimmy Buffett - Let's Get Drunk And Screw
    Jimmy Buffett - Margaritaville
    John Mellencamp - Hurts So Good
    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Call Me The Breeze
    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird
    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Give Me Three Steps
    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama
    Montgomery Gentry - Gone
    Montgomery Gentry - Hell Yeah
    Montgomery Gentry - If You Ever Stop Lovin' Me
    Montgomery Gentry - My Town
    Steppenwolf - Born To Be Wild
    The Allman Brothers - Midnight Rider
    The Allman Brothers - One Way Out
    The Allman Brothers - Rambling Man
    The Allman Brothers - Statesboro Blues
    The Allman Brothers - Stormy Monday Blues
    The Allman Brothers - Sweet Melissa
    The Allman Brothers - Whipping Post
    ZZ Top - Lagrange
    ZZ Top - Sharp Dressed Man
    ZZ Top - Tush
    ZZ Top - Waitin' On The Blues
  • Other Songs
    .38 Special - Hold On Loosley
    Buddy Jewel - Sweet Southern Comfort
    Dierks Bentley - My Last Name
    Dierks Bentley - What Was I Thinkin'
    Gretchen Wilson - Redneck Woman
    Keith Urban - Somebody Like You
    Kenny Loggins - Footloose
    Marshall Tucker - Can't You See
    Marshall Tucker - Fire On The Mountain