There’s a word that keeps coming up in a lot of Dylan Scott songs: Crazy.
And that could also be the word that described the audience at his sold-out concert at the Brandin’ Iron in San Bernardino Friday night (May 12th), because this group of passionate fans were indeed crazy over Dylan and his music, singing along with every note of every song.
His set included his hits “My Girl” and “Crazy Over Me” (a song that he revealed as having “changed my life”), as well as the songwriter’s version of a song recorded by Glen Templeton, “Ball Cap.” A deluxe edition of his self-titled album is expected later this year, and Dylan treated the audience to one of the songs included on the project, the presently unreleased “Back.”
As is the current trend for young country artists, Dylan performed a very well-received medley of ’90s country hits, and some more recent pop covers, that of Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” and “Love Yourself.”
With the front half of the stage clear, Dylan had plenty of room to run back and forth from the right to left of the stage, his energy unrelenting. He paused to reflect on the previous year, earning his first top 40 single, getting married and the release of his first album. He recalled seeing it in Wal-Mart for the first time, next to CDs from Tim McGraw and Alan Jackson, describing the experience as “the coolest thing I’ve ever experienced in my life.”
As one of the brightest new stars on the country music horizon, it doesn’t seem crazy to imagine that there will be more cool experiences to come.
Dylan will perform at the Troubadour in West Hollywood on Tuesday, June 6th.
- My Town
- Ball Cap
- Can’t Take Her Anywhere
- Makin’ This Boy Go Crazy
- Passenger Seat
- Fishin’ In the Dark (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band cover) / Dust On the Bottle (David Lee Murphy cover) / Check Yes or No (George Strait cover) / When You Say Nothing At All (Keith Whitley cover)
- Sorry / Love Yourself (Justin Bieber covers)
- Beer Buddies
- Lay It On Me
- Crazy Over Me
- My Girl