Dylan Connor was born on June 12th, 1975 and will someday die. In 1982, Dylan's parents bought him a plastic Dukes of Hazzard guitar at the local toy store. In 2004, renowned rock producer Bryce Goggin (Lemonheads, Ramones, Pavement, Spacehog, Phish) invited Dylan to Trout Studios in Brooklyn after hearing some demos of his music. The result is Dylan's debut solo record called 'Plug In.' On the record, Dylan resembles artists like Neil Young, Elliott Smith, Morrissey and Guided by Voices. In the fall of 2004, Dylan dug into the east coast touring circuit, supporting acts like Stephen Kellogg (Universal) and Mike Viola (Sony). Live recordings of Dylan's shows are currently receiving hundreds of hits on websites such as alphaquam.com. He sold 1000 units of 'Plug In' before it was available online or in stores. In late 2004, Dylan toured abroad in Ireland and Mexico. The single 'Love's an infection' is in steady rotation on CT's biggest rock station 99.1 FM WPLR.