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Southern born, Northern raised, Dylan Doyle has from a young age been turning heads with his unique musical interpretations that lie somewhere between RnB, Americana, and funk. Steeped in everyone from Jimi Hendrix, to Wes Montgomery, John Mayer to D’Angelo, Bob Dylan to John Prine, The Band to Chris Stapleton, Bill Withers and Roberta Flack, he has created a uniquely American sound.


From humble beginnings in rural North Carolina with traveling salesmen parents, to the picturesque landscapes of upstate NY with apple farmer grandparents, Dylan Doyle was exposed to many different walks of life. As a child he saw the grit and determination of the American working class. In those formative years before even playing music he learned the value of heart and truth, two things he would carry with him into his music. At 13 he would perform on stage for the first time only a year after picking up an instrument. 

By age 15 Dylan Doyle was on his first tour to Memphis, and Arkansas where he would play at the King Biscuit Blues Festival. There he began collecting stories and observing the complexities and vastness of the American people. Performing in cities, rural towns, small theatres, and dive bars alike Doyle found a way to connect and command crowds with an ability far exceeding his years. 


At 19, a week after recording his live album “Live At The Falcon”, Dylan Doyle set his sights abroad, performing a solo tour in Ireland playing to different audiences across the country. The next year at 20 he was inducted into the New York Blues Hall Of Fame, making him at the time, the youngest member ever inducted. 


At 21, after spending time in Manhattan, experiencing the vibrant music scene, he began to take a turn musically, diving into RnB and jazz. In the year that ensued he began working with young up and coming New York “cats”, exploring new sounds and approaches to writing. After a tour with upstate New York drummer and producer Manuel Quintana, the two started work on his sophomore album, “Pleasures Of The Damned” where Doyle and Quintana found harmony between Dylan’s Americana roots and the new ideas brought back from Manhattan. After the global pandemic, in 2021 Doyle would release the album on a midwest tour headlining the historic Al Ringling Theatre in Baraboo, WI. In an article from the Baraboo News on the show it was noted - “He can go from the soft and lyrical to just all of a sudden bringing on a hail storm of intensity in his guitar playing.”


Further testament to Dylan Doyle’s arc as an artist he began 2023 with a 7 week residency in Manhattan, at the Club Groove located on the legendary MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village. That year he would play over 200 shows in the North East, Midwest and South. He looks forward to releasing a growing catalog of over 20 unreleased songs, and many more dates across the US and Europe.

"It is with great pleasure I put the spotlight on a wonderful musician, Dylan Doyle. Dylan is only eighteen, but his abilities as a guitarist go well beyond those years.There truly must be something in the water in Upstate New York. Dylan joined the group Minstrel (Connor Kennedy, Lee Falco, Will Bryant, and Brandon Moss) and me last September at The Falcon in Marlboro, NY. He sat in on Little Feat’s “Dixie Chicken” that evening. His playing was flawless and inventive. Live performance is not about only playing a song but being aware of the conversation and flow of those you’re playing with. He spoke beautifully and was listening to what was going on around him. His musicianship was impressive. I wish him the very best on the journey he’s undertaking as a songwriter and leader of his own band. I look forward to our next conversation."

-Bill Payne of Little Feat

“As we say in the the south, 'this boy has the real goods'.”


Butch Dener - Manager of 'The Band' 

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