A Louisiana native with a lifelong passion for Country music, Dylan Scott is the total package - a powerful singer with a deep, resonating drawl; an old-soul songwriter with a young spirit; a heartthrob with an easy smile; and a dreamer who followed his father's footsteps to Nashville. Prior to landing his record deal, Scott learned the basics of singing and playing guitar from his dad - a former guitar player for Country legends Freddy Fender and Freddie Hart. Dylan launched onto the Country music scene with "Making This Boy Go Crazy," the debut single from his self-titled EP. His follow-up, the infectious "Crazy Over Me," debuted at #14 on the Billboard Country Digital Song Sales chart and hit the Top 40 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart. Scott's debut album for Curb Records, DYLAN SCOTT, landed in the Top 5 of Billboard's Country Albums chart, and its romantic standout RIAA PLATINUM-certified single, "My Girl," became his FIRST CAREER #1 at Country radio, followed by the propulsive Top 5 song, "Hooked." Fans have streamed Scott's songs a staggering 550M times and counting, and sales have topped 4M song equivalent sales - figures that continue to grow by leaps and bounds. Dylan is currently headlining the "Nothing To Do Town" Tour with special guest, Seth Ennis.

A Louisiana native with a lifelong passion for Country music, Dylan Scott is the total package - a powerful singer with a deep, resonating drawl; an old-soul songwriter with a young spirit; a heartthrob with an easy smile; and a dreamer who followed his father's footsteps to Nashville. Prior to landing his record deal, Scott learned the basics of singing and playing guitar from his dad - a former guitar player for Country legends Freddy Fender and Freddie Hart. Dylan launched onto the Country music scene with "Making This Boy Go Crazy," the debut single from his self-titled EP. His follow-up, the infectious "Crazy Over Me," debuted at #14 on the Billboard Country Digital Song Sales chart and hit the Top 40 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart. Scott's debut album for Curb Records, DYLAN SCOTT, landed in the Top 5 of Billboard's Country Albums chart, and its romantic standout RIAA PLATINUM-certified single, "My Girl," became his FIRST CAREER #1 at Country radio, followed by the propulsive Top 5 song, "Hooked." Fans have streamed Scott's songs a staggering 550M times and counting, and sales have topped 4M song equivalent sales - figures that continue to grow by leaps and bounds. Dylan is currently headlining the "Nothing To Do Town" Tour with special guest, Seth Ennis.

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Nothing To Do Town EP

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Format: CD
Label: CURB RECORDS
Rel. Date: 04/26/2019
UPC: 715187951723

Nothing To Do Town EP
Artist: Dylan Scott
Format: CD
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A Louisiana native with a lifelong passion for Country music, Dylan Scott is the total package - a powerful singer with a deep, resonating drawl; an old-soul songwriter with a young spirit; a heartthrob with an easy smile; and a dreamer who followed his father's footsteps to Nashville. Prior to landing his record deal, Scott learned the basics of singing and playing guitar from his dad - a former guitar player for Country legends Freddy Fender and Freddie Hart. Dylan launched onto the Country music scene with "Making This Boy Go Crazy," the debut single from his self-titled EP. His follow-up, the infectious "Crazy Over Me," debuted at #14 on the Billboard Country Digital Song Sales chart and hit the Top 40 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart. Scott's debut album for Curb Records, DYLAN SCOTT, landed in the Top 5 of Billboard's Country Albums chart, and its romantic standout RIAA PLATINUM-certified single, "My Girl," became his FIRST CAREER #1 at Country radio, followed by the propulsive Top 5 song, "Hooked." Fans have streamed Scott's songs a staggering 550M times and counting, and sales have topped 4M song equivalent sales - figures that continue to grow by leaps and bounds. Dylan is currently headlining the "Nothing To Do Town" Tour with special guest, Seth Ennis.