Rising Nashville Hitmaker to Perform at Delmar Hall in St. Louis, MO on Wednesday, February 1
Dubbed by Pandora as one of 2017's Country Artists to Watch, country singer-songwriter Erik Dylan is scheduled to perform at Delmar Hall in St. Louis, MO on Wednesday, February 1, along with Nashville-native, southern rock trio, The Cadillac Three.
Most recently known for co-writing Eric Paslay's latest single, "Angels in this Town" and for Justin Moore's"Put Me in a Box" off of his latest album, Kinda Don't Care, Dylan was originally discovered by country music superstar Kip Moore and has had cuts from many country music mainstays including Moore and the Eli Young Band. The singer-songwriter has also shared the stage with some of the biggest names in music, including Lynyrd Skynyrd and Reckless Kelly. Dylan's latest album, Heart of a Flatland Boy, is now available on iTunes.
Who: Erik Dylan
What: The Cadillac Three's Black Roses Tour
When: Wednesday, February 1 at 8:00 pm
Where: Delmar Hall (6133 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO)
Tickets: For more information, click here.
About Erik Dylan:
Originally from rural Muscotah, Kansas, Erik Dylan grabbed his guitar and left his life as a fourth generation farmer to move to Nashville, Tennessee. After performing at many writers' nights in the city, Dylan was soon discovered by country superstar Kip Moore in 2011, who quickly set Dylan's career in motion by introducing him to award-winning songwriter Brett James, leading to a publishing deal with Warner Chappell. Since then, Dylan has had cuts by many country music mainstays including Eric Paslay, Kip Moore, Eli Young Band, and Justin Moore.. The rising hitmaker has also shared the stage with some of the biggest names in music, such as Lynyrd Skynyrd and Reckless Kelly. Dylan released his latest album, Heart of a Flatland Boy, in October of 2016.