Dylan Chambers is a pop/R&B/soul singer, songwriter and guitar player from Arlington, TX. He got his start performing in nightclubs, restaurants and other live venues around the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex while still in high school. At age 16, he opened for the legendary Three Dog Night in his home town in front of a crowd of thousands. After graduating, Dylan was accepted to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, but declined to move to Los Angeles and work full time on his music. Since then, Dylan has shared the stage with artists such as Gavin DeGraw, Nicole Scherzinger, Tori Kelly, R5, JoJo, Ryan Cabrera and has worked with hit songwriters and award-winning producers such as Brian Kennedy ("Disturbia" by Rihanna, "Forever" by Chris Brown), BC Jean ("If I Were A Boy" by Beyonce), Steve Dorff ("I Cross My Heart" by George Straitt, "Growing Pains" TV Theme) and more. Besides working on his solo project, he is currently playing guitar and singing back-up for Mark Ballas from ABC's hit show, Dancing with the Stars.