Newcomer Dylan Scott Talks About The Southern Monogrammed Craze

Country music goes hand in hand with the south. There are also many other things that go along with the south: y’all, cowboy boots, and even crafting. Us southern girls love anything that has to do with burlap and monograms. I uploaded a picture of a monogram I painted and attached to the burlap wreath on my front door on facebook with the caption “It’s not a true southern wreath unless it’s monogrammed.” We wanted to know if southern guys monogram so we went looking for answers.

Newcomer Dylan Scott, who will perform this Saturday (April 18th) at the 3rd Annual ACM Party for a Cause Festival at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas prior to this weekend’s ACM AWARDS Sunday night, is a guy that seems to have a stylish look. contributor Dan Van caught up with Dylan to see if he was on board with the southern craze.

“(laughter) Dude, I do not monogram. So you got (lots of laughter) your southern preps out there is what it is. Which I got a little, here’s the thing, I’m a little preppy sometimes,” Dylan explains to Dan Van. “Someday I might wear my shorty shorts and the next day I might have on a cutoff shirt and some cowboy boots, and the next day I might have on some hipster outfit. But uh, yeah monogram is huge in the south. You know what, I actually saw, I guess y’all tweeted about that today, or somebody tweeted about it and I thought to myself “well that’s a good merch idea.” I even thought about it so I’m gonna have to probably do some monogram merch to be honest with ya.”

Got Country may have spurred a great merchandise deal that you will see in the future at his shows! We might have to add the monogram mayhem to our list of quirky questions too.

Make sure to check out Dylan Scott and follow Dan Van – @DanVanMedia. While y’all do that, I’ll be over here waiting on my monogrammed garden flag to arrive. P.S. If Dylan really does come out with some monogram merch, I better be first on the mailing list for helping with that idea.

Danielle Mercer

Danielle Mercer

Born and raised in Summerville, SC I am all too familiar with small town life. I guess that may be why I connect so well with country music. Many would say I live and breathe music. I am considered one of the top people to go to for new music suggestions. They call me the country music fairy. I’ve seen most of the big acts but my new love is following all the up & coming artists. I’ve had a hand in bringing a lot of newer artists through my favorite local bar, Montreux. In those rare moments when I’m not indulged in country music, you can find me spending time with my fur kids, renovating my house, hunting/shooting, or stuck at my regular job.

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