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Singer-songwriter Ryan Griffin has accelerated his life and music into the country music highway with force and conviction. His compelling story began at the ripe age of two years old where the seed was planted and Ryan informed his parents he would become a “country music singer.”

Fast-forward sixteen years. Ryan’s hard work, dedication, and relentless pursuit of his country music dream earned him acceptance into Belmont University’s prestigious music program. At 18 years old, Ryan moved from his family’s horse farm in Ocala, Florida to the bright lights of Nashville, Tennessee.

His many years of hard work paid off when he landed a gig as tour manager for fellow country artist Jason Aldean. Although the experience was priceless, Ryan’s dream was not to manage; it was to entertain. He became consumed with honing his craft as an artist and as a songwriter. Ryan’s genuine lyrics and unique melodic style soon attracted the ear of Nashville publisher, Dan Hodges. He signed his first publishing deal with Dan Hodges Music in 2012.

This past year, Ryan also began working with Nashville-based manager Will Hitchcock of Higham Management—home to Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride and Jake Owen. He captured their interest after his song “I Would Have Left Me Too” landed on the desk of Clint Higham. His vocal performance and gut-wrenching lyrics blew them away and thus began their working relationship.

Ryan spent much of 2012 performing live shows, many into the wee hours of the night on the stages of Lower Broadway. His calendar quickly filled up after joining forces with Tin Roof and touring throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Ryan opened for headlining acts Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan, Easton Corbin, Eric Church, and Kip Moore. He was also featured as the “Texas Roadhouse Artist of the Month.”

Ryan is currently working with Grammy-Nominated producer Mark Bright, who has produced such acts as Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts, Sara Evans, and Reba McEntire.