Two Names. One Band.


Original Country and Rock Music

Robert Tyler Dillon is an American singer, songwriter, and producer. Brought up in Texas, Dillon played music all throughout his childhood, most often performing in his church and as a drummer in a rock band called “First Heal”. After leaving Dallas Baptist University to chase his music dreams, he moved to San Marcos where he released his debut country album, Sunsets and Pickups, in 2015.

Four years later, Dillon teamed up with Garrett Loggins to release a 15 track, concept album called The Story Of A Kid With Heart. The album captures Dillon’s taste for catchy country hooks paired with Loggins’ rock riffs and shiny guitar melodies. The development of this album dawned a new era in Dillon’s writing and production style that is geared more towards authenticity. 

After several single releases in 2020 and 2021, Ty Dillon heads into 2022 expecting a full length album release that highlights a raw, traditional country sound and the same dark soulful edge of 2019. 

On the stage, Dillon shares the spotlight with his band, who some know as Six Echo. They travel Texas to make their names known to small and large audiences alike. 

In 2019, Ty and his band performed over 200 dates throughout the region. Expecting to slow down during the pandemic, the band was surprised by the demand for private performances during 2020 and by 2021, the band was as busy as they have ever been.

Dillon says,

“Now in 2022, our plan of attack is to release and market as much content as possible so that we can build audiences in new places across the country. We’re lucky to be working with Enabler Entertainment and expect a fruitful year.”

“My band and I have an important story to share that we believe everybody can relate to. It’s a story of a finding yourself, finding your destiny, and doing what you can to realize that destiny.” 

Dillon continues, “Music is a tool that I use to share my message of hope. People seem to be constantly searching for a way to escape reality, and we are here to say that you don’t need to escape when you have hope”.