Born and raised in Nashville, TN, Dylan Jones is a keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist currently touring the world as band leader for prominent singer/songwriter, Noah Kahan, where he plays keys, wurli, Hammond organ, as well as banjo, mandolin, guitar and sings background vocals. Dylan has also shared the stage with many other prominent artists including Maren Morris, Kip Moore, Phillip Phillips, and more.
Growing up in a musical household, Dylan began studying classical piano at age 8, eventually turning to jazz in his mid-teens. He started playing in clubs around Nashville on keys and guitar at age 13 alongside his parents Lisa and Mark Jones. After studying piano performance at Berklee College of Music from 2011 to 2013, Jones returned to Nashville where he immediately began a full-time career in music
performance and production whilst completing a degree in music production and engineering from Middle Tennessee State University’s RIM program.
When off the road, Dylan still spends countless hours in studios applying his knowledge of the Hammond organ and other keyboards to various artist projects. You can most easily see him performing at one of the many stops on Noah Kahan’s sold out “We’ll All Be Here Forever” tour.