Dylan Schneider Leads Music Consumption Amongst Emerging Country Artists

The statistics speak for themselves…Dylan Schneider leads in nearly every category used to gauge success for emerging country artists.

Recently named “country’s next rising star” by Billboard, the 18-year-old has spent the better part of the last two years developing an unmatched resume of ticket sales, streaming totals and social media engagement. Complete with an army of rabid fans, Schneider is redefining the term “breakout artist”.

The stats speak for themselves…with over one million in total social reach, Schneider and his fans have taken over the country music conversation digitally. His current radio single, “How Does It Sound,” is nearing 11 million streams, evidencing the consumer demand for the track. Digital release “Two Black X’s” has over 18 million streams, and Schneider’s videos have been viewed over 32 million times and climbing. Each release finds Schneider surpassing his peers and connecting with the audience in a meaningful way, strengthening the foundation he has been building for years.

Schneider’s sophomore EP “17 “(released in 2016) reached No. 3 on the iTunes Country Music Charts and debuted No. 32 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, without a single at radio. In April 2017, he released the “Spotlight’s On You” EP which reached No. 1 on the iTunes charts. Recently direct support for Chris Lane’s “Take Back Home” Tour and Granger Smith’s “Don’t Tread On Me” Tour, Dylan is currently headlining a tour of his own, selling out shows across the United States and the UK.

Whether it’s his natural ability to write a genuine song or his ability to produce viral content, one thing is certain…the world wants more Dylan Schneider.

For more information on Dylan, visit www.dylanschneidermusic.com and follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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