Dylan Scott Scores Biggest Add Date Of His Career

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Curb Records Country artist DYLAN SCOTT has dropped the needle on his hometown-repping new single “Nothing To Do Town”, with the propulsive Friday-night anthem hailed as Country radio’s second most-added song of week.

Co-written by Scott with Cole Taylor and Matt Alderman, the high-energy track shines a light on the Louisiana native’s authentic country upbringing – and his talent for raising hell the small-town way – fusing hard-charging guitars with an irresistible vocal hook. Part of his just announced NOTHING TO DO TOWN EP (out April 26), the new single follows the breakout PLATINUM and GOLD-certified success of Scott’s “My Girl” and “Hooked.”

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