Dylan Dunlap is an internationally recognized singer/songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. He found his love for music at a very young age and started performing on the streets of Los Angeles. Dylan then studied at Berklee College of Music, where he was discovered and left to be on NBC’s The Voice. Since then, Dylan turned his focus back to his solo career, where he is bridging the gap between pop and indie rock. His powerful live show has been taken on the road, with Dylan touring extensively in Europe and across America, including opening for OneRepublic.
Music has been a meaningful outlet for Dylan, as he has gone through many struggles of his own and knows the importance of a helping hand when dealing with mental illness. This is why he has rededicated his efforts as a musician to breaking the stigma and raising awareness. His music and live concert experience address even the one person in the back of the room who might feel like they are alone. In this mission, Dylan received the ‘Fighting Stigma Rising Star’ award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness and has partnered with many organizations, including the Global Citizen, Autism Rocks and many more.
Dylan has upcoming performances around the country. His LATEST single 'Do We need to go out?' was released on all platforms in may 2019.