Dylan Scott Is NRA Country

posted on January 30, 2024
Dylan Scott
Photo courtesy Dylan Scott

Curb Records recording artist Dylan Scott is a powerful vocalist with a deep, unmistakable drawl, an old-soul songwriter with a young spirit and a family man with a tender heart. The ACM-nominated, multi-Platinum singer has notched four* number-one singles (“My Girl,” “Nobody,” “New Truck,” and “Can’t Have Mine (Find You A Girl)”*), as well as the top-five hit “Hooked.” Following his first career nomination for Best New Country Artist at the all-genre iHeartRadio Music Awards and a coveted spot among Country Radio Seminar’s New Faces of Country Music, his Platinum-certified ode to his wife, “Nobody,” earned him a 2021 CMT Music Award for Breakthrough Video of the Year. Alongside Jason Crabb, Scott won his first GMA Dove Award in 2023 for the song, “Good Morning Mercy.” “Livin’ My Best Life,” the latest album from Scott, features the the current RIAA Certified Platinum number-one* radio single, “Can’t Have Mine (Find You A Girl).” NRA Country’s Lisa Supernaugh recently got a chance to find out more about this in-demand artist.

LS: We saw you cover “Grandaddy’s Gun;” tell us a little bit about why that song is so special to you.
DS: I chose to cover this song because, before my grandad passed away, he gave me a gun. It’s something I’ll always cherish.

LS: Do you have a favorite hunting story you would like to share?
DS: Man, where do I start? Between the awesome trips I’ve taken with buddies, to taking my son for the first time … One I’ll never forget was the first deer I killed; I was with my dad in my grandad’s deer stand.

LS: What was the first firearm you remember having? Do you still have it?
DS: A 20-gauge pump shotgun, and I do still have it. I plan on passing it down
to my son.

LS: What does Freedom mean to you?
DS: Freedom is getting to go out in the woods and enjoy God’s creation or walking on stage and getting to play country music across America. We wouldn’t have that freedom without all the men and women who fight for our country, and our first responders.

LS: What was the inspiration for your latest number-one hit, “Can’t Have Mine”?
DS: Oh, definitely my wife. We’ve been together since we were 15. So, all my love songs come easy. Especially when I live that life every day.

LS: If you could choose one person who has influenced you the most, who would
that be?
DS: My dad. He lived in Nashville and pursued a country-music career. In the end, it was me that made his dream come true. So, I thank my dad for my love of country music and of the outdoors.

NRA Country is a lifestyle and a bond between the country music community and hard-working Americans everywhere. It’s powered by pride, freedom, love of country, respect for the military and the responsibilities of protecting the great American life. For more information visit nracountry.com, follow us on Facebook facebook.com/nracountryTwitter @NRACountry, and NRA_Country on Instagram.


*Editor's Note: Updated Jan. 31, 2024, to reflect four number-one singles and the name of the fourth number-one song, per the artist's request.




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