Little Dylan

“Making a big noise on St. Louis’ blues scene”

— STL Today

Dylan 'DT' Triplett

A Soul, Blues and R&B powerhouse!

Dylan ‘DT’ Triplett is a Blues and Soul prodigy, raised in a music family. Dylan started singing when he was 9 years old and has been doing so professionally since late 2016 when he began singing with Miss Carolyn Mason. He’s since performed at the National Blues Museum among many other places, and is a star on the rise!



Influenced and tutored by his father, Dylan began branching out towards other young artists like Blues Phenom, Marquise Knox. Not long after, Dylan began performing regular guest spots with Marquise and continued to sharpen his craft. Dylan also found motivation and influence from other notable St. Louis shakers such as Emcee/Blues Torchcarrier Alonzo Townsend, Charles “Skeet” Rodgers, and the legends of the past such as Oliver Sain, Ray Charles, James Brown and many others as you will feel as soon as he picks up the mic. Those influences have led him to already grace stages such as Blues at the Arch, the Baby Blues Showcase, the National Blues Museum, and the Big Muddy Blues Festival. If you have any doubt about the future, Dylan Triplett is the answer! Buckle up!!


“This is Uvee Hayes and Bernie Hayes and we want to tell the world that Little Dylan is not only a prodigy, but one of the most talented performers we have ever seen.”

- Uvee and Bernie Hayes

“I’ve had the pleasure to know Dylan for a couple of years now. I can honestly say he’s one of the best performers I’ve seen. From his thundering piano stylings to his smooth voice he’s a force of nature!”

- Jontavious “Quon” Willis "

"“Little Dylan is a powerhouse blues vocalist with a huge range and expressive style. He can go any direction he wants musically. He’s one of the hottest young talents out there, anywhere, period.”

- Paul Niehaus IV, Musician, Producer, Engineer at Blue Lotus Records


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"A big noise on the St. Louis' blues scene"