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DYLAN DOYLE BAND–Blues Guitar Virtuoso

February 23 @ 8:00 pm

- $10 – $20

Dylan Doyle is bringing his guitar prowess to Unison with New Paltz singer-songwriter Kyle Miller opening up the night.

Southern born, Northern raised, Dylan Doyle has been steeped in the rich musical region of the Hudson Valley.   From this comes a unique musical interpretation that lies somewhere within the delta of Americana, Rock, and Rythym and Blues.  With distinct musical stylings characterized as  the “Woodstock Sound,” Dylan has played with such influential artist as Bill Payne (Little Feat), John Platania (Van Morrison), Bruce Katz (Greg Allman), Jay Collins (Levon Helm), Ben Cauley (Otis Redding). Chris O’Leary, and Joe Louis Walker.

Accomplished as a solo act as well as playing with his band, Dylan has been touring since age 15.  He has played such major festivals as the King Biscuit Blues Festival and headlined the Grateful Garcia Gathering.  In 2018 he became the youngest musician ever inducted into the NY Blues Hall of Fame. He has been playing clubs and theatres across the United States as well as internationally and his following is steadily growing.  Dylan celebrated his 21st Birthday by releasing the “Sugah” EP with 3 tracks giving a glimpse of his broad musical range.

John Platania, guitarist for Van Morrison, Natalie Merchant, and Don McLean when asked about the young talent coming up in the Hudson Valley responded “Dylan Doyle is The Future.”

Ben Cauley, sole band survivor of the Otis Redding plane crash after playing with Dylan in Memphis when he was 15 said, “Dylan plays like a young Jimi Hendrix.”

Bill Payne of Little Feat upon sharing the stage with Dylan, “Music is a conversation, Dylan spoke beautifully and was listening to the musicians around him.  His play was imaginative and original.”


February 23
8:00 pm
$10 – $20
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Unison Arts Center
68 Mountain Rest Road
New Paltz, 12561 United States


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