Dylan Dreyer is a musician who is known for his voice and his lyrics. His music is a mixture of different types of music: rock, pop, and jazz. His original songs have been used on a couple of TV shows, including a number of episodes of the TV series “The Office.
Dreyer’s debut album, “Hothouse,” was released in 2015. It was a major success for Dreyer and the band and earned the band a Grammy nomination. The album is still available on iTunes and Amazon.
The second album release of Dreyer’s was a little more experimental and is his most experimental album to date. It was released in 2017 and is called Dreyer and the Dreyer/Jazz Project. I’m not sure if it’s the best or worst album of his, but I can definitely say that it’s a lot of different types of music and I think it is a good listen.
This is my third and last one for my little podcast. I’m not even sure where I’ll be at the time of the show.
The DreyerJazz Project is a project started in 2016 after the release of Dreyers’ first album, Amethyst. It started as a way to share Dreyer’s music with other musicians. The concept was that artists like Dreyer could get together at a studio and create a music project out of it. The first album was a mix of Dreyer’s own tracks and other artists and songwriters.
The music project eventually morphed into a “artists” project of its own, with Dreyer and his wife, pianist and singer/bandleader Lisa Marie Presley, collaborating on songs that they would record, mix, and perform together. The first album featured Dreyer’s solo songs and some compositions by Presley. Dreyer also contributed a few tracks to the second album, which was released in 2009.
The third album was released in 2010. It featured collaborations between Dreyer and a few others; he also contributed one of his own songs.
Dreyer also released his first solo album “The Dreyer Chronicles” in 2008 which he also put on his own label.
Dreyer is a very talented man and has been releasing music for a long time. He has been touring and recording for years and has a great voice. For a long time I thought he would be a future singer for the Beatles, but the fact that he was never that excited about the idea of being a part of the group (or even was he a member?) made him a very interesting songwriter.