In today’s country music, there is not an overwhelming amount of artists and songwriters raring to tell you how “country” they are. And none exemplify the merge of the genuine country music genre with a hip fresh sound quite like Ryan Broshear. Born and raised on an Oxford Ohio farm, he is as charismatic and gifted as it gets. Ryan is carving out a successful career by writing and singing traditional leaning country music with a brilliant modern edgy feel.
Clearly, country music fans feel the same way. Ryan continues to collect a dedicated fan-base all around the nation simply by putting on incredible, high energy, talented performances. Audiences sing along to fan favorites such as the country lifestyle anthem “Let Your Redneck Out,” and the nostalgic “Countrything” declaring his dream of performing at the Grand Ole Opry. This passion and love of Ryan’s music also led to more attention. The reputable ‘Billboard Magazine’ named him a “Top 10 Artist to Watch” while simultaneously catching the eyes and interest of some of country music industry’s top professionals.
After scoring some hits like “I Don’t Mind” and “Make Each Moment Last,” now, for the second time, he’s teamed up with a long- time friend, co-writer and producer—Daniel Agee, best known for his guitar talent with country icon Joe Nichols —and has recorded his ticket to the mainstream. His brand new EP release, “Paint It Red,” arrives as melodically strong and assertive as the name and gives Broshear all the necessary potential for permanent country music stardom.