Dustin Furlow is an award-winning singer/songwriter and solo-guitarist whose body of work reflects an influence of today’s modern-contemporary folk artists. With comparisons to Ray LaMontagne and Gregory Alan Isakov, his voice is earthy and unique – conjuring subtle traces of soul and Americana. Furlow eventually carved out a sound that became distinguishable by it’s marriage of complex fingerstyle-guitar work and warm, homespun lyrics. From the foot-tapping groove of “Cherokee Lake” to the haunting melodies in “Evergreen,” Dustin is an ambassador of dynamic control on stage and continues to grow with each album. His fourth studio album release is now in production with Kim Person (Tommy Emmanuel, Stephen Bennett).
In April 2021 Dustin was announced as the winner of Scottish luthier Taran Guitars’ “Young Player Bursary” award.
In February 2017, he received the Veer Magazine Music Award for “Best Acoustic/Folk Artist” in the Southeastern Virginia area. That year he also recieved nominations for “Song of the Year” (The Garden), and “Album of the Year” (The Sound That You Call Home).
In 2016, Furlow released the full-length “The Sound That You Call Home”, which has enjoyed airplay on NPR radio’s “Acoustic Highway”, “Hunter at Sunrise”, and “Out of the Box” and recieved the title of “Album of the Year” by Barry Graham of NPR’s “Acoustic Highway”.
A year later Furlow went on to release the EP “Solo”, which was a live-in-studio project recorded by Rob Ulsh at Master Sound Studios (Justin Timberlake, Depeche Mode, Gwen Stefani) in Virginia Beach. (2017)