Dylan McGuire is a guitarist and singer who has been playing in various bands and solo in the Philadelphia area for over 30 years. 

McGuire first gained notoriety in the mid-Atlantic regional music scene in the early 2000s with his band Broken Jones, whose independent release Better Days was put into rotation on modern rock FM radio in Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore, and even Seattle. McGuire released his solo album Another Chapter in 2007, which also generated local interest and radio play. McGuire hit a home run in 2009 when a number of his tracks were featured prominently in TV broadcasts of then-MLB Champion Philadelphia Phillies. He later released the album Gravity (Or Lack Thereof)  which was played on internet radio worldwide and received rave reviews from bloggers and reviewers.

Dylan currently is the lead singer and guitarist for the 80s Tribute band Basic Cable: A Tribute to the Golden Age of MTV, which plays several times a month in the Philly and surrounding regions. He also plays frequently as a solo performer at local bars/restaurants as well as private events and weddings, as well as with his own band The Dylan McGuire Band.






"There's just something genuine about the rock that comes out of Dylan McGuire. He gets it. I hear strong, well written vocals without cliche one-liners. Well-played, layered guitar tracks. This is the best rock album I have heard in 10 years! There is simply NOTHING corny about any of the songs. Dylan shows us that, without having a record contract requiring a certain number of songs in a given time, musicians can craft every song on an album just so. There are no "filler tracks"; no junk."--Ryan Cole, Our CityGoGo

"... a fine album indeed. As inspired as it is unpretentious." --

"It helps that Dylan has a strong vocal, and is skilled composer as well. Both the hook filled chorus and guitar riffs kept me listening on the 5 minute “Wear It On Your Sleeve” and “Maybe This Time.” Dylan also has a great melodic instinct so its too bad we don’t get a ballad here.  However, fans of soul searching anthems and guitar-centered rock will enjoy the entire LP immensely." -- PowerPopAholic