Rory D’Lasnow is a singer-songwriter from New Jersey. From the first time his father brought out his guitar to comfort Rory as a baby, it was clear that a lifelong relationship with music was being forged. Though he initially feared the sound of the instrument, Rory soon picked up his father’s right handed guitar upside down and backwards and began to craft original songs. Bred on equal parts Lennon and McCartney, The Everly Brothers, Billy Joel, and Queen, Rory honed his ability over talent competitions and showcases throughout his youth, compiling over 100 original songs. Despite never turning the guitar right side up, Rory began to cultivate a sound that would propel him on to getting booked at such well-respected venues as Pianos, The Bowery Electric, Rockwood Music Hall, The Bitter End, and Kenny’s Castaways in New York City, The Saint in Asbury Park, Debonair Music Hall, and The Stanhope House - opening for featured headliners such as American Idol winner, Lee DeWyze, internationally recognized actor and musician, Drake Bell, and John Corabi of Motley Crue/Dead Daisies fame. In 2011, Rory released his first studio EP, “When All Is Fading”, a sincere and passionate debut that gracefully grapples with the universal themes of love and loss. He followed it up four years later with his second release, “Acoustic”, his most raw and evocative effort to date.