Ryan Griffin’s story is different from other American boys growing up. Unlike most kids, he didn’t have dozens of dreams throughout his childhood. Since the age of two, Ryan told his Mom that he was going to be a “ country music singer”. Ryan has always had a passion for music and a desire to entertain. He has spent his young life chasing that dream.
Ryan grew up on a horse farm in Ocala, Florida. He moved to Nashville when he was 18 and learned the ins and outs of the music industry at Belmont University. He then experienced the management side of the business when he hit the road as a tour manager for Jason Aldean.
But management is not Ryan’s dream…entertaining is. He continues to perform and has done so in front of countless strangers-turned-fans across the Southeast. That’s what having a voice that industry leaders describe as amazing, infectious and, most importantly, unique will accomplish.
His voice and talent are well defined in his new project, Dreams. It’s adventurous in “Slide,” heartbroken in “If I Didn’t Feel” and unwavering in “Don’t Turn Around.” Ryan describes this project as “everything I’ve been working for…it has my style, sound, and the positive message I want people to hear.”