New Single! "You Got Nothing on Me" featuring The McCrary Sisters drops Friday, October 4 on Memphis International Records

“This beautiful ballad is not a ‘wanna be.’ It’s the real deal with the right amount of everything - opening with Michael Dinallo’s tasteful, soulful guitar to Juliet’s beautiful voice and meaningful lyrics we can all relate to.  Complimented with subtle organ and beautiful background vocals, it hits home.  Write your name in the sky, Juliet!” 

-Holly Harris, Spinning the Blues, WUMB Boston & W.C. Handy Keeping the Blues Alive Award recipient 


Produced by Michael Dinallo

Singer-songwriter Juliet Simmons Dinallo takes the next leap in her ever-expanding career with the stunning country-soul ballad “You Got Nothing on Me,” featuring Nashville’s legendary McCrary Sisters on harmony vocals.  Producer Michael Dinallo brings his formidable talents as producer and guitarist to “You Got Nothing on Me” while furthering his musical definition of modern-day country-soul.  The song evokes the depth of the Golden Triangle that is Nashville, Memphis, and Muscle Shoals.  “You Got Nothing on Me” reunites Juliet with Johnny Phillips and Memphis International Records.  In 2016, she added soulful vocals to the track “Whirlwind” on the album Feel Like Going Home: The Songs of Charlie Rich, which was produced by Michael Dinallo and released by Memphis International Records. 

Prior to “You Got Nothing on Me” Juliet released Dream Girl on BFD/Sony RED in 2018 and 2013’s No Regrets on Tree-O-Records. Born in North Carolina, Juliet grew up in Maine and came of age as a musician in Boston. Juliet studied music at the Berklee College of Music, where she landed a spot on the world-renowned Berklee Gospel Choir. She has recently made Nashville her new point of musical exploration. 

Juliet Simmons Dinallo and Michael Dinallo are following in the rich tradition of Nashville husband/wife musical duos – Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, Susanna and Guy Clark among others.  They are currently touring together supporting “You Got Nothing on Me” along with their other combined musical forays in American roots music.