18. W. Main St.
Take a deep dive into emotion and arrive at the raw core of some soulful folk music. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Dyllan soaks up the rolling, golden landscapes of northern California, as well as the rich history of New Orleans jazz and soul, to inspire captivating music and performances that explore love, both of humanity and of nature.
As a “singer-songwriter with soul to spare,” performances have been described as “magnetic” productions that “cast a spell over the place.” Her presence as an artist is “so intimate; so raw that you almost feel like you shouldn’t be watching it.” (The Bay Bridged)
Her first album was a solo production, which showcased her ability to blend her voice and guitar into a single instrument, as well as her simply complex guitar arrangements. On her second album, The Woods and a Sliver of the Lake, released in October 2016, she partners with friends to bring bass, saxophone and percussion to her sound. “I’ve got so much love, and I just want to share it.”
Listen to Dyllan Hersey HERE