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Dylan Scott Scores His First Career #1 With “My Girl”

Dylan Scott has just capped a remarkable rise to the top of Country radio, as his GOLD-certified smash “My Girl” ascends to the #1 position on both Billboard and Country Aircheck|Mediabase Country Airplay charts this week.

The first chart-topper of Scott’s young career, “My Girl” reveals the real-life story of the Louisiana native’s decade-plus long romance with his expectant wife, Blair, making the #1 achievement and fans’ embrace of the song even more meaningful.

Growing up in Louisiana, I listened to Country radio and dreamed of someday hearing myself on the Top 40 Countdown. Not only was I fortunate enough to achieve that dream, but to reach #1 with a song that I wrote about my wife is beyond my wildest expectations,” exclaimed Scott. “I am thankful to Curb Records, Country radio, and my fans for their tremendous support.”

Co-written by Scott with Country hitmaker Josh Kerr, the track’s smoldering sensitivity and heart-thumping beat have already helped the rising artist gather a total of 100 million radio plays on Pandora and surpass 170 million on-demand streams on services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and YouTube.

Continuing the momentum, he’ll release “Dylan Scott Deluxe Edition”, an expanded version of his 2016 self-titled album debut with three hot-and-heavy new tracks, on Friday, August 4th. Preorders for the album are available now, and Scott will celebrate the release with a special concert at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre on Tuesday, August 1st.

Scott was named an ‘About To Break’ Artist by AT&T in April 2017, and in early June reached another career milestone by selling out the world-famous Troubadour in Los Angeles as part of his “My Town Tour”. He will continue to grow his energized fanbase with select headlining dates scheduled from coast-to-coast this summer.

For more information on Dylan Scott & tour dates, visit his website and follow him on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and YouTube.

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