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Where the Party At? Why, at Rooster's this Thursday!


A man in search of the party will feel right at home in the town that’s never lost one.
Erik Dylan, a fourth generation Kansas farmer, packed up his truck and moved to Nashville with a guitar and a dream hoping that the world might someday hear his songs. After countless odd jobs and hundreds of fruitless open mic nights, Dylan was discovered by country artist Kip Moore at a local Nashville songwriters’ hangout, which led to Erik’s first publishing contract.
Since signing with Brett James and Warner Chappell Publishing, Dylan has written more than 400 songs, including songs cut by artists J. T. Hodges, Austin Webb, Chad Brownlee, Robin Meade, Randy Montana, and Kip Moore. 

In January 2014, Dylan’s first single as an artist, “Where the Party At” (Dylan/Archer/Weaver), was launched on Sirius XM The Highway (Channel 59).
Dylan hits Rooster’s Blues House this Thursday, September 11. Of interest to Oxonians: Dylan’s management is TKO Artist Management, led by Oxford native Alex Bridge.
For more information:
www.facebook.com/erikdylanmusic
www.twitter.com   @erikdylanmusic
www.erikdylan.com

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