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article imageDylan Scott chats 'Makin' This Boy Go Crazy' and country music Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 4, 2014 in Music
Country singer Dylan Scott chatted about his single "Makin' This Boy Go Crazy," as well as his recent endeavors in music.
A Louisiana native, Scott is signed to the record label, Sidewalk Records. "Everybody over there is great. We have a great team from the managers to the label heads to the promotion team. They treat me like family there," he said.
Regarding his radio single "Makin' This Boy Go Crazy," he remarked, "Basically, I wrote it with one of my best friends in town, who is also from Louisiana. We got together and wrote it and we thought it was a cool song, but then it grows on you and then the label picks it as a single. It hit over 100,000 downloads sold and I am pumped up about it. Things are good."
He shared that he got signed to the William Morris booking agency and he has been out on the road since the first week of April. "They whole year is booked. I will be going from city to city from venue to venue and having a good time," he said.
Scott was inspired musically by country mega-star Tim McGraw, as well as the late country singer Keith Whitley; moreover, he listed such country artists as Kacey Musgraves, Lee Ann Womack and Martina McBride as his dream female duet choices. "I love how Kacey has that old school feel and she makes it a little new," he said.
This past November, he was a part of 96.1 FM's "Guys with Guitars" at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts in Long Island, New York, where he shared the stage with country singers Joel Crouse, Joe Nichols, Frankie Ballard, Jerrod Niemann, among many others. "That was an awesome show. There were other artists on stage and it was an intimate setting with the fans there in front of you. That was my first time doing it and I had a lot of fun," he said.
"Thanks to the fans for believing in just a regular guy from Louisiana that grew up playing ball and hunting and fishing, who liked to play the guitar, and is living a dream," he concluded. "Thanks for coming out and supporting my music.
For more information on rising country singer Dylan Scott, check out his Facebook page.
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