Dylan Dunlap, an LA native indie/rock singer, found his love for music at a very young age. He grew up pursuing the industry in any and every way he could. For the past four years, Dunlap has been performing his original songs on the streets of downtown Burbank and the Santa Monica Promenade for hours at a time. Dylan first made a debut performing on season 8 of NBC’s The Voice. Since then, he has gone on to open for various artists including icons like Molly Ringwald, Phil Wickham, and Howie Day. Dylan’s first major release was his single, “Ella” in 2015. This led up to his debut album, “Thoughts Become Things”. The 21 year-old soulful singer has a passion that is almost palpable when he performs, and not to mention his distinctive tone will have you hanging on his every last word. With an drive like no other, he strives to maintain the utmost integrity and transparency throughout various social media platforms and aims to connect with as many people possible in the world. In hopes to raise awareness on mental health, Dylan will be donating 100% of the proceeds from the sales of his long-awaited self-produced record, “Feels Right at Home - EP” towards PSA Behavioral Health Agency in Phoenix, AZ. Their vision is to bring services to multiple communities by promoting hope, recovery, diversity, and wellness via innovative programs, affordable housing, and peer-directed treatment for children and adults with behavioral health issues.