|Age (at audition)||19|
|Act||Singer and Guitarist|
Dylan Francis Andre (January 19, 1992) is an American born singer, songwriter, musician, and recording artist from Zieglerville, Pennsylvania. Born in Phoenixville and raised in Zeiglerville, Dylan attended Montgomery County Community College in the fall of 2010 upon graduation from Perkiomen Valley High. Dylan majored in digital audio production, but dropped out to become involved in America's Got Talent in 2011. 1
Dylan Andre's audition in Episode 608 consisted of singing "Hallelujah" while playing the guitar. Piers Morgan, Howie Mandel, and possibly Sharon Osbourne voted "Yes," sending Dylan to the Vegas Round.
Dylan Andre was one of the Standby Acts in the Vegas Round. He was sorted into the "Male Singers" category. His performance in Episode 612 consisted of singing "Simple Man" while playing the guitar. His audition was strong enough for the judges to send him to the Quarterfinals along with Taylor Davis.
Dylan Andre's Quarterfinals performance in Episode 615 consisted of singing "Daughters" while playing the guitar. He did not receive enough votes to finish in at least fifth place in America's Vote, eliminating him from the competition in Episode 616 along with Dani Shay, instead of Daniel Joseph Baker.
After the Show
Since traveling all over the United States playing shows, doing charity work, and hyping up the word about his music, Dylan has been making Nashville, Tennessee a home away from home. With his undefinable genre sound with Pop structure - Country swag - Rock sounding - singer songwriter like demeanor, Dylan travels the world in search of people to listen to his music and support him on his journey to help the ones he loves and play music to the ones who will listen. 2