Dylan LeBlanc's debut album, 'Pauper's Field,' is rich with emotion, proving the shy Louisiana-born/Alabama-bred singer tends to wear his heart on his musical sleeve. Reflecting his years growing up in the Muscle Shoals southern rock/country music scene, the project reveals influences ranging from Gram Parsons to Emmylou Harris, who guests on the track, 'If the Creek Don't Rise.'

The 21-year-old singer/songwriter visited AOL Music's New York offices to play a few tunes from the critically-acclaimed album, and to tell us a few wild stories from the road.

"There was this rock 'n roll band called Sons of Roosevelt, and the craziest thing I ever saw was the singer and the drummer get into a fistfight in the middle of a show," Dylan recalls with a laugh. "There was a lot of hair pulling going on ... dudes in tight jeans pulling each other's hair. It was like a bad '80s movie ... like 'Roadhouse' [meets] lesbian chicks fighting."

Click here to watch the interview with Dylan, along with a bit of his intimate, live performance, and click here to watch his 'Death of Outlaw Billy John' video.