Richard Speight, Jr.’s Album Scheduled for November 22 Release

Courtesy of Co-director, Lindsey DeLuca.

The highly anticipated debut album from Richard Speight, Jr. is tentatively scheduled to release on November 22, Nerds and Beyond has exclusively learned.

The album, from Dick Jr. & The Volunteers, came about last year via Kickstarter where Rich, with producer Jason Manns, created a Kickstarter so fans could get perks along the way. The duo have been hard at work on creating a stellar album, and with a release party scheduled right before Thanksgiving, we knew that the album release date was close.

The album will go out to Kickstarter backers first, and is scheduled tentatively for November 22 everywhere else. While there is also a Supernatural convention that weekend in Jacksonville, it’s still not set in stone whether the album will be available there.

More details are to come — but for now, expect to have the album on the 22nd! If you’re in the Los Angeles area, come out and see Dick Jr. & The Volunteers on November 26! You can purchase tickets here.

Briar

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