Dylan Sherry had a productive 2019, releasing the “Vacant Lands” EP and his second full-length album “Western Sky,” arranging interviews, and playing dozens of shows around Southern California, including a record release show at the Hotel Cafe. “Stars,” a single included on both releases of 2019, found itself in rotation on radio stations across the U.S. Co-written with Misty Boyce, the song is best described as “...looking to the sky above for answers... it’s a method for trying to learn about things unknown.”
The “Silver Spring” EP, Dylan Sherry’s debut release in 2016, brought show offers and an opportunity to break into the local scene. Playing with members of The Halfway Happys, Dream Talk, Blank Summers, and Niko Boy, a family of local artists was formed with the group creating Baby Boy Sounds—their own record label. The relationship is described by Dylan Sherry, “We all have different influences and styles that create an environment where constructive criticism and input are welcomed. It’s healthy for artists—especially when they’re up-and-coming.” Whether it be on 2018’s “Wild Range” or 2019’s “Western Sky,” the multiple influences can be heard, stretching from Surf, Folk, Motown, Pop, and Soft Rock.
2020 brought a new chapter for Dylan Sherry, signing with a new record label, L.A. Tangerine, and becoming the first artist on their roster with the release of “Run / Five Horsemen.”
"My interest in music started at a young age. My Dad has an extensive record collection–something I always loved going through. At that age, I was just picking out the albums that I thought looked the coolest. With that said, playing instruments was always encouraged in my home."