Austin, TX-based Dan Dyer’s soulful tenor tone of voice and gospel-tinged pop songwriting are truly something particular, and he isn’t scared to reach back again to 1970s soulsters want Al Green, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Question, Sly Rock, Curtis Mayfield, and Dr. John for musical assistance and inspiration. Created and elevated in the tiny East Texas city of Device, Dyer was presented with his first acoustic guitar when he was just five years of age but he didn’t figure out how to play it until some 13 years later on when he shifted to Austin. Once there, he found out his like of performing and began spending so much time at perfecting his songwriting. While going to Texas State College or university in San Marcos, TX, Dyer, along with guitarist Tyrone Vaughan (the boy of Jimmie Vaughan), drummer Jason White colored, keyboardist Ezra Reynolds, and bassist Josh Dawkins, shaped Breedlove, which became fairly successful on the neighborhood club circuit, creating a solid group of fans and liberating a self-produced Compact disc, TOUCH BASE, in 1996 before contacting it quits being a music group in 1998. Dyer documented the still unreleased record 12 Music in 2001 with guitarist Billy Light playing and making, after that relocated to NY, where he started composing musical jingles for industrial marketing promotions. Lenny Kravitz, who acquired just began up his very own Roxie Information imprint for Warner Bros.’ Reprise Information, agreed upon Dyer to his brand-new label and created (aswell as co-writing three music and playing a lot of the equipment) Of What Lays Beneath, Dyer’s debut single album (it had been Roxie’s debut discharge aswell), issuing it in 2004. When Warners was marketed, Dyer became the innocent sufferer of loan consolidation and reshuffling, and was shortly out of an archive deal. He transferred to St. Louis, MO, and began a family group, but eventually started traveling back again to Austin to try out music. He reconnected with previous friend David Boyle, who created and documented Dyer in his studio room, a converted cathedral located just beyond Austin. The causing record, the self-titled Dan Dyer, premiered by Unwanted fat Caddy Information in 2008.