By: Wednesday Davis, St. Mary’s Arts Council
Our Monday Spotlight is shining brightly on musician Dylan Galvin!
We were fortunate to hear from our friend Dylan less than a week ago via his always awesome e-newsletter! We originally met him strumming his guitar and playing his heart out a few years ago at a community fundraiser, yet another act of kindness from our soulful singer!
One of Southern Maryland’s favorite musicians, Dylan relocated to Los Angeles awhile back for BIG opportunities and to take his growing career to a whole new level.
Sadly, as is happening both locally and across the nation, the coronavirus has dealt a big blow to the arts and entertainment industry. Canceled events have stranded many performers in a barren desert without gigs, socially distanced way too far from their fans and friends.
We are thinking of you Dylan and all of our other artists both near and far! We are happy to hear that you are taking this time to continue to work on your music and we are looking forward to your new releases.
Thank you for all of the positive vibes you have shared on both the east and west coasts, we encourage ALL artists of all mediums to keep on creating, keep dreaming, and keep reaching for those stars! Shine on, Dylan!
Learn more about our featured artist at: www.dylangalvin.com, check out the videos of his songs, order a super cool t-shirt (or your very own song!), and keep an eye on the website calendar for his next visit and concert back home!
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