“Nostalgic, Hopelessly Romantic and a Goofy Sense of Humor. Sound like you? You’ll love Dylan Galvin.”
And now you can download two of his singles for free
Listen to what others are saying about Dylan Galvin:
THE DAILY VAULT (National Music Blog) – “what appeals the most is the honesty of these songs”
MUSIC BOX PETE (CBS Nominated Music Blog) –
“Equal parts brilliant and stratospheric”
JASON WARBURG (Music Critic) –
“exuberant or philosophical, sad or flirtatious, Dylan Galvin delivers music from the heart”
Dylan Galvin is a melodic pop-folk songwriter who hasn’t changed one bit since his days of playing harmonica in his bathrobe at his family re-unions at 3 years old. He was personally contacted by the legendary Paul Simon to meet up for a private songwriting session when he was attending Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Since getting his degree in music, he packed everything he owned into his car and toured the US. He was featured on some of the biggest music blogs in the country, such as “Paste Magazine”, “”Kings of A&R“, “Alternative Addiction” and “The Daily Vault“, and has won awards for his songwriting, guitar playing and performing.
He’s been described as a “a carefree, natural spirit that really attracts you the moment you begin to listen to him.” If you are a fan of singer/songwriters such as John Mayer, Paul Simon, Paulo Nutini, Sufjan Stevens, James Taylor, Matt Nathanson, Passenger or Jason Mraz, you’ll love listening to Dylan Galvin. He’s a sucker for nostalgia, the emotional effects of relationships and the human condition. This balance is very evident in his lyrically rich, story-based songwriting. He shares his own life through his music with people earnestly and openly from deeply personal parts of his life to fictional characters.
For a limited time Dylan is giving away two free songs. Just enter your name and email address in the right hand side of this site and you will be immediately sent the download link to the free track.
So enter your name and email address now, load up your ipod or computer, and put on a set of good headphones and go where the story takes you…