Dylan’s phenomenal voice and musicality are undeniably self evident, as captured in the Quarterpipe Studio. Dylan has continually demonstrated a highly commendable sense of social awareness and goodwill. He regularly makes donations to charities from the money he earns as a busker.
Originally, all the money raised was going to the MS Society because his mum, Anne Dennis, has MS. Now he spreads his earnings among other charities including Sutherland Shire Disability Association, McGrath Foundation, Prostate Cancer Foundation, Australian Red Cross, Surf Life Savers Australia, and Australian Indigenous Education Foundation.
Derek Turner from Quarterpipe Records is enthusiastic over Dylan’s future in music.
“Dylan is a supremely talented young man,” Turner said. “His songwriting style is classic, his guitar playing is effortless.”
Turner, who produced the four tracks by Dylan now on the internet said all four recordings were “nailed on the first take”.
“Dylan possesses a voice that is truly first class.” Turner said. “You won’t believe this vocal delivery is coming from a teenager.”
Gone To Rio is a classic, soulful and easily absorbed song. Dylan has an amazingly mature and natural voice for a 16 year old. His guitar provides a soothing background to his romantic lyrics. Dylan is capable of covering the genres as Lazy Afternoons is a soft rock track that will have your foot tapping and provides a new meaning to lazy afternoons. Once again, after listening to Nobody Knows, I cannot believe Dylan is only 16. His vocals are delivered remarkably; this poppy rock song is extremely expressive.
My favourite track is the slower song, Political Minds. Dylan poses the question “who is going to clean our dirty planet?” The song is convincing and rhythmical. You are sure to be singing along and thinking about the earths future with Political Minds. Hopefully you will be implementing the actions of “reduce, reuse and recycle” for earth’s survival too.
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