Jake’s Take’s Podcast: Singer-Songwriter Dylan Dunlap

By: Jacob Elyachar, jakes-take.com

It is the 100th episode of The Jake’s Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast! Thank you so much to everyone who has watched or listened to the podcast; I appreciate every one of you. Also, I want to thank every single one of my guests. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your schedules to speak with me; I appreciate each and every one of you.

I am so proud to welcome singer-songwriter Dylan Dunlap to the podcast for this milestone episode. The Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter developed a love for music at a very young age. He taught himself piano at 6-years-old, and five years later, he picked up a copy of Pro Tools and crafted instrumental compositions “like time capsules.” 

While he was a teenager, Dylan dropped out of the prestigious Berklee College of Music to get a head start regarding a career in the music industry by busking in his hometown of Burbank, California. Over the past two years, he supported OneRepublic at the sold-out Stadium of Fire event in Provo, Utah, while releasing his first-ever original track: “Microphone & Lights.”

 Dylan Dunlap also toured across the United States and the United Kingdom while he dropped his debut EP: Things I Can’t Explain. He is also a Spotify verified artist, and he has over 1 million monthly listeners on the streaming platform. Dylan also put in countless hours of work to raise awareness around mental health. With this mission, he received the National Alliance on Mental Illness’s “Fighting Stigma Rising Star” award and partnered with Autism Rocks, Global Citizen, LA’s Children Hospital, and other organizations.

In this edition of The Jake’s Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Dylan Dunlap shared the story behind some of his hit songs such as “It’s That’s Alright,” “What We Had,” and “Follow My Echo.” He also spoke about his collaboration with BANNERS – “Someone To You” and why he credits Coldplay for getting his start in the recording industry.

Click here to listen to Dylan Dunlap’s latest EP: Soldier On.  

For more information about Dylan Dunlap, visit his website.

You can also connect with Dylan on social media. Visit his Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube channels.

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