Curb Records’ hot breakout artist Dylan Scott served up a powerful rendition of the national anthem at Dodger Stadium Monday night (May 1st).
Prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers taking on their rival the San Francisco Giants, he returned to the field to fire up the crowd by shouting beloved hometown sportscaster Vin Scully’s legendary pregame phrase, “Let’s get ready for Dodger baseball!”
The compelling appearance followed a whirlwind weekend in Southern California where Scott made his notable debut at the iconic Stagecoach Festival in Indio, CA (Friday, April 28th), before wrapping the spring leg of his headlining “MY TOWN TOUR” in San Diego, CA (Saturday, April 29th), to overwhelming applause.
Adding to the landmark events, his romantically-charged single “My Girl” has catapulted into the Top 15 at Country radio, marking his fastest-rising single to date. “’My Girl’ is a relatable country hook that’s easy to sing along with,” praises Taste of Country, while Digital Journal applauds it as “… another well-crafted song that displays his sheer talent as a musical performer.” And Sounds Like Nashville agrees, Scott “infuses his favorite genres of old-school country, pop and hip-hop for a flair that’s all his own.”
The Louisiana native admits the sweet story behind his sentimental single was “10 years in the making,” as it goes back to when he and his now wife first started dating in high school. Scott adoringly describes all the things he is lucky enough to see in his girl that no one else gets the chance to. “My Girl” mixes intensity with tenderness, and Scott’s passionate authenticity continues to resonate with country fans.
He is currently touring the country after wrapping his opening slot on Lee Brice’s 2016 “Life Of My Years” Tour.