Country chart-topping musician Dylan Scott will perform at Cone Denim Entertainment Center on Saturday, October 21


Since Scott’s debut single, “Makin’ This Boy Go Crazy,” his follow-up release, “Crazy Over Me,” debuted at No. 14 on the Billboard Sales Chart, according to his biography at A song inspired by his experiences, “My Girl” topped the country music charts at the No. 1 spot. His self-titled debut album rose to No. 5 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart.

Hailing from rural, northeastern Louisiana, Scott grew up with dreams of Nashville, while his father toured as a guitarist for country stars including Freddy Fender and Freddie Hart. Scott accepted a contract from Curb Records and began recording just before turning 19. His band consists of brother Logan on lead guitar and another pair of brothers, Garrett and Darrick Cline.

“We throw a lot of elements into these songs, just like we do in our show,” he explains. “Our show is very diverse: we come out rockin’, then we might do some really old-school country stuff and then some hip-hop or something that’s cool on the radio now. One of the biggest compliments I can think of is when people come up to me after the show and go, ‘Man, I’m not really a country music fan, but that was awesome! I even liked the country/country stuff you did.’”

Don’t miss your chance to see Dylan Scott, on his performance, “Every night I get on stage and hope they’re digging me,” Scott said. “I’m living something I dreamed about all my life.” See Dylan on Saturday, October 21 at Cone Denim Entertainment Center. Tickets on sale now.