Idaho-raised rising star Dallin Dance has set himself up as an aspirational talent by selling out shows around the country without an agent. Having made his first foray into music at the age of six with piano, picking up guitar by aged nine, Dallin was already performing with a high school jazz band as a middle schooler.
Building upon years of classical piano and guitar training, Dallin’s discovery of music software put him down a path of writing and producing tracks that eventually landed placements with top-charting hip/hop artists.
Delving into his musical journey, the promising talent recalls, “That summer of my senior year, I met a fellow DJ/ event organizer Jared Woodlief who was visiting from Utah. We became business partners and created our company Inland Society. Investing in high-quality audio/visual production, we eventually turned these parties into full-out shows.”
Using the momentum of the first few warehouse parties and the pull of social media to expand his reach, Dallin quickly began selling out venues, playing music festivals and getting a label deal.
At just 19 with his levels of passion and talent in music peaking, Dallin who is honing on releasing his debut EP to showcase his full sonic range right from aggressive tech house to more euphoric, chill house tracks, cements himself as an intoxicating young act on the way to bigger and better things.