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Dylan Doyle is creating a stir in the Hudson Valley music community. Born in the south to Yankee parents, he has been steeped in everything from Robert Johnson, Townes Van Zandt, and Lightin Hopkins to Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Hendrix. From this comes a unique musical interpretation that lies somewhere within the delta of rock, rockabilly, and the blues. He was chosen to be part of the line-up at the 2013 King Biscuit Blues festival, one of the biggest blues festivals in the country and has been touring nationally since the age of 15, Mentored by Rob Stoner, Bob Dylan's former band leader and bassist on Don McCleans "American Pie", says Dylan is the most Prodigeous guitarist he has taught in his almost 50 years of teaching music. Chris Oleary of "The Chris Oleary Band" said, "Dylan is the best young musician I've heard in a long time." Ben Cauley, sole surviving band member of the Otis Redding plane crash says "Dylan sounds like a white jimi Hendrix."