Upcoming artist Dawson Fuss A Santa Barbara native, Dawson Fuss began humming along to songs on the radio before he could speak. At five, he began starring in local musical productions and other theater programs, propelling him to pursue a career in music where he can transform emotions into lyrics through songwriting. “I come to life whenever I can perform in front of an audience,” he says. As he matured, Dawson’s passion for music has continued to flourish. He performs at his school in two choirs and an a cappella group, and most recently placed in the top-three in the local singing competition Teen Star Santa Barbara, judged by American Idol’s Randy Jackson. After showcasing his original song, “Real Boys Don’t Cry,” Jackson proclaimed of Dawson, “a star is born.” His music explores themes of confusion and challenges as he struggles with the difficulties of adolescence and balancing the sharp edge between being a kid and becoming an adult. When Dawson isn’t creating music, he’s exploring other mediums of art that he’s passionate about, including photography and cinematography. With the release of his newest single "Right Person, Wrong Time" he projects a very soothing track that will surely grasp your ears. Beginning with soft instrumentation leading onto his sweet and luscious vocals he completes the track fully. Explaining the track further it grips the listener via his uncanny ability to make deeply personal experiences engaging and thought-provoking, proving that Dawson Fuss is a contender among his indie-pop contemporaries. To the vocals and production, this track will surely have you moving your body. Being just perfect for a late night drive or a day out on the beach. Go stream "Right Person, Wrong Time" and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.