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“If you sit back, close your eyes and listen closely as Dylan Doyle plays guitar, you would swear you were in the presence of a seasoned bluesman--one with a long history of playing juke joints and assorted dives where dues are paid--and not to a 14 year-old who just entered Wallkill High School. Doyle's future as a musician looks promising, but make no mistake about it; this young man's musical vocabulary already has a breadth that is as wide as wide as the Mississippi Delta and is solidly anchored in the rich heritage of the blues. For some, the elements needed to become an exceptional musiciancome early in life- great hand/eye/brain coordination as well as an acute understanding of phrasing, melody, pitch and rhythm. Doyle has all of these in a combination that is astonishing to see in such a young man.”

Mark Reynolds - Southern Ulster Times

“It's rare that a high school freshman has the talent and opportunity to open for local legen Jim Weider. Both have come the way of Walkill’s Dylan Doyle, 14, a student in the Walkill School District, whose band will open tonight for Weider’s PROject PERCoLAToR at The Falcon.”