Dan Dyer | 01/06/2015

    

Austin, TX-based Dan Dyer’s soulful tenor voice and gospel-tinged pop songwriting are truly something special, and he isn’t afraid to reach back to 1970s soulsters like Al Green, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield, and Dr. John for musical guidance and inspiration. Born and raised in the small East Texas town of Tool, Dyer was given his first guitar when he was only five years old but he didn’t learn to play it until some 13 years later when he moved to Austin. Once there, he discovered his love of singing and began working hard at perfecting his songwriting.

Dan Dyer | 01/06/2015        

Austin, TX-based Dan Dyer’s soulful tenor voice and gospel-tinged pop songwriting are truly something special, and he isn’t afraid to reach back to 1970s soulsters like Al Green, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield, and Dr. John for musical guidance and inspiration. Born and raised in the small East Texas town of Tool, Dyer was given his first guitar when he was only five years old but he didn’t learn to play it until some 13 years later when he moved to Austin. Once there, he discovered his love of singing and began working hard at perfecting his songwriting.

Dan Dyer | 01/06/2015

  

Austin, TX-based Dan Dyer’s soulful tenor voice and gospel-tinged pop songwriting are truly something special, and he isn’t afraid to reach back to 1970s soulsters like Al Green, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield, and Dr. John for musical guidance and inspiration. Born and raised in the small East Texas town of Tool, Dyer was given his first guitar when he was only five years old but he didn’t learn to play it until some 13 years later when he moved to Austin. Once there, he discovered his love of singing and began working hard at perfecting his songwriting.

Dan Dyer | 01/06/2015

  

Austin, TX-based Dan Dyer’s soulful tenor voice and gospel-tinged pop songwriting are truly something special, and he isn’t afraid to reach back to 1970s soulsters like Al Green, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield, and Dr. John for musical guidance and inspiration. Born and raised in the small East Texas town of Tool, Dyer was given his first guitar when he was only five years old but he didn’t learn to play it until some 13 years later when he moved to Austin. Once there, he discovered his love of singing and began working hard at perfecting his songwriting.