Singer-songwriter Zach Dylan is one of those rare performers whose music has all the qualities that touch peoples lives for all the reasons that great music always does--people identify with it. They hear a unique voice that rings in their head long after the music stops and it brings them to the place where their heart is, with God, family, love, small town livin’, good music, and good times.
Zach grew up in the in the beautiful east TN hills, on a farm, with a family life that was heavily influenced by country music and the perfect backdrop for many of the songs he writes today. He was singing at an early age and at 14 he got his first guitar. That was that, no looking back, he found who he was born to be in that flattop guitar.
In 2009, at just 16 years old, Zach began working with Roger "Dean" Miller, a Nashville producer. Together they made magic with some songs Zach wrote for a Demo. That Demo kept growing to a full EP. Dean encouraged Zach to form a band and gain experience by cultivating his talent on the road. Zach, who believes in earning every fan the hard way, has done just that. He has been touring throughout the South, including the Nashville club scene, fairs, and festivals with an ever steady stream of bookings. His EP "Let the Bad Times Roll", produced by Dean was released in 2012, and includes his original songs "Lost Lover's Town", "Don't Go" and "This Old Truck". He has since recorded “Bowater Road", a 2nd EP with his band, which was released in 2013.
Zach's style has a little bit of edgy “new country” influence with a solid traditional country core. His remarkable vocal range and songs that anyone can relate to are quickly making their mark on country music. His band, a talented group of young musicians, brings to the table an outlaw country edge. Zach Dylan is currently touring and booking for all future dates. [+]