And to think it all started with a little two-foot-nothin’ lad blasting out some electric blues on a guitar twice his age, well, it fair brings a tear to the eye…
And now, the mighty Dylan E. Crampton has taken one more step on the road to world domination with a live appearance on the greatest TV variety show on de planet, The Late Late Show.
Yep, you read that right. On Friday, April 5th, Dylan E. Crampton unleashed his fine new single, Mr Jimmy, across the nation. And, given the popularity of The Late Late Show with ex-Pats and ex-Marys, around the world.
Which is only right and proper, given the simple fact that this retrobate has been consistently delivering the kind of perfect pop thrills that John, Paul, George and Ringo would happily call their own.
The night was a family affair, Dylan joined onstage by his brother, Elliot, sister, Claudia and pop, Stuart, along with good buddy – and the future rock god’s official videographer – Oscar Hackett. Mum, Val, had to settle for screaming the house down from her seat in the audience.
We reckon it would be fair to say that Ryan Turbidy was blown away, referring to Dylan’s appearance on The Late Late Show as the band’s “first time, but not their last time” on this somewhat popular little TV show.
So, congrats to The Partridge Family On Acid – it was sweet to witness one nation falling under Dylan E. Crampton’s poptastic groove.
Now, go check out Mr Jimmy right about here, and follow Dylan on Instagram here, Facebook here and Spotify here.
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