Drawn to the storytelling aspects of Country music, Dylan Schneider started performing and writing songs at the age of 14, after meeting Brett Eldredge and singing with him on-stage during a concert. After that, he began posting videos to his Facebook page, where he’d cover popular Country songs, gaining a devoted online following. Since then, Schneider has made a name for himself in the Country music community, forging a sound that merges modern Pop sensibilities with a down-home feel. He’s been named an “Artist to Watch” (Taste of Country, Sounds Like Nashville) and declared by Billboard as “Country Music’s Next Rising Star.” He’s toured with Florida Georgia Line, Granger Smith, Mitchell Tenpenny and Chris Lane, co-wrote Dustin Lynch’s Top 5 hit song “Momma’s House,” accumulated over one million social media followers and banked upwards of 200 million on-demand streams (and counting). Now signed to BBR Music Group, the rising Country music star (Celeb Secrets Country) is back and bolder than ever with his brand-new five-track EP, College Town that truly embraces his irresistible Rock-n-Roll edge and unrestrained Pop-Country swagger. Since Schneider has been in the industry since his teens, most forget he’s only 22-years old, so College Town celebrates his age, as he would be a college senior if his life would’ve taken another path. Co-writing all but one track, Schneider’s College Town EP is out now, featuring two fresh tracks, the reminiscent “College Town” and down-home rocker “Girls Country,” along with the previously released “Lost in A Small Town” that Parade called a “Pop-Country gem,” “21 & Over” that “exhibits an impressive evolution of his artistry” (American Songwriter) and “Right Girl” that shows off his rapid-fire singing style” (Billboard).