“Music is something I can always go to and know it will make me happy. If my music can do that for others then I think I’m doing something right.” Dalton Cyr
Of all the young artists that grace this site on a regular basis, Dalton Cyr is one of the most progressive and fastest growing in popularity and musical skill. It is for that reason we are bringing you more great news regarding this very special young singer, songwriter, and astonishing young performer.
Much like the great songwriters that have inspired him, Dalton Cyr is inseparable from music, spending most of his time studying music and writing for his upcoming second album.
Having released two singles which will appear on this album, Dalton released his third single, “Nothing Could Be Better” on May 1st. GET IT NOW ON iTUNES ! A great summer song that seamlessly merges pop hooks with a reggae back-beat, you can’t help but be in a good mood after listening to it. And you can’t help but be excited about what he’ll release next after hearing his first three songs, which all could easily hold their own against some of the best songs written this year.
Watch Dalton perform his new song live on The Morning Show on WJXT Channel 4 in Jacksonville.
Dalton heads back into the recording studio in Nashville at the end of May to record several more songs for this album and is excited to be back in the studio with Bobby Amaru who produced songs from his first album, “I’ll Be There.”
“It’s been a while since I worked with Bobby and I’ve grown so much as a songwriter, vocalist and guitarist since then. We had magic when we worked together before, I can only imagine what it will be like now. Bobby is a really talented guy and he’s only gotten better too.”
Dalton will have one of his original songs included on Unstoppable, an international album which is bringing together artists from all over the world to help raise money and awareness against bullying. Unstoppable will be out in August.
Amidst songwriting and recording, Dalton is doing a lot of gigging and getting better and better. Two recent appearances had the whole place buzzing about him.
In February, Dalton took the stage at Michelle Clark’s Sunset Sessions, a conference which includes performances from both new musical talent and established acts in front of radio programmers, music supervisors, artists’ managers, and major and independent record labels.