At only 20 years old, Dylan Brady is the much-buzzed-about accomplished singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has already caught the attention of Zac Brown Band and Rascal Flatts’ Joe Don Rooney, as well as industry veteran Barry Weiss, who immediately signed Dylan to his Sony joint-venture, RECORDS LLC.
Brady's debut song “Over Us” reflects the New York native’s unique perspective, combining his pop melodies with heartfelt country lyrics. The catchy up-tempo track Rolling Stone called a “radio friendly anthem” was co-written by Brady together with Jared Scott and producer Andy Sheridan and released in partnership with Riser House/Columbia Records. Since its release last month, the song has already amassed over 1 million in consumption across streams and views. His latest heart break ballad, “I Hate California” written by Brady and Scott is available now. Off the stage, Brady uses his platform to encourage young kids to feel empowered despite their differences after being diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome at age 13. For more information, please visit www.dylancbrady.com or follow him on Instagram @dylancbrady, Twitter @dylancbrady and on Facebook @dylanbradymusic.