top of page

A student of classic country music with the swagger of early rock ‘n’ roll, Drake Milligan finds his own magnificent voice on his new self-titled debut EP. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Milligan cites George Strait and Elvis Presley – the King of Country and the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll – as musical heroes. Milligan’s unique style of traditional yet timely country has been embraced by fans and the media alike.  Milligan recently scored a trio of number ones as his EP soared to #1 on the iTunes Country Album Chart, his single “Sounds Like Something I’d Do” peaked at #1 on iTunes Country Singles Chart while his video also peaked at #1 on the iTunes Country Video Chart.  Milligan has already earned high praise from American SongwriterCMT.comBillboard, KTLA, Hollywood Life,  Fort Worth WeeklySounds Like Nashville, and  Taste of Country.  Released by Stoney Creek, Milligan’s debut EP was co-produced by award-winning Tony Brown and Brandon Hood. Milligan has attracted support from a who’s who of industry veterans including iconic songwriter Desmond Child, legendary promoter John Meglen and acclaimed TV/film producer Leslie Greif.   He has opened for Dwight Yoakam, Runaway June, Tyler Booth and Aaron Watson and is now headlining shows from coast to coast. 


For more information on Drake Milligan, visit:


bottom of page