Hailing from Dallas, TX, the roots-rock outfit Somebody’s Darling came up in a part of the nation where southern meets western and urban meets rural, so it’s no surprise how effortlessly this group of twenty-somethings blends rock 'n roll with old school R&B and country-funk. Their tunes sound just as good alongside The Stones and The Faces as they do Ryan Adams and The Drive-By Truckers. Highlights include: Recorded sophomore album "Jank City Shakedown" February 2012 at Elmwood Recording with Grammy-Award winning producer/engineer Stuart Sikes. (release date: September 4th, 2012) Recorded debut LP in Nashville, TN with producer Dan Baird from the Georgia Satellites. Reached #26 on the Americana Radio Chart, sustained Top 40 for nine weeks. Nominated for 2011 Dallas Observer Music Award, "Best Roots-Rock/Alt-Country Act" Nominated for two 2010 Dallas Observer Music Awards, “Best Female Vocalist” and “Best Country Act” Turning in over 400 regional and national shows since August ‘07, both headlining and as support for great artists like: Jonathan Tyler & the Northern Lights, Deer Tick, Ha Ha Tonka, Chris Knight, American Aquarium, James McMurtry, Lucero, Corb Lund, Joe Ely, Stoney LaRue, etc.