Ry Bradley is an award-winning country music artist who brings his dynamic stage presence and innovative country sound with him wherever he goes.
Winner of the LA Music Award for “Country Artist of the Year,” Ry states, “it feels great to be recognized for what I do when inside I still feel like an 11-year-old kid with a guitar, excited to play my songs.”
Ry was exposed to many types of music while growing up in Hawaii and California but rediscovered many of his family’s favorites while at the University of California, obtaining a bachelors degree in music. Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, and Johnny Cash were a few of the most influential artists. “As I was becoming my own person, experiencing the ups and downs of life, those artists gave a voice to the feelings I didn’t yet know how to express myself. There was rock, and there were blues, but it was always country music that truly called out to this lonesome heart.”
Orange County, California
California Country Awards nominated Ry Bradley’s You Me and the Music for Album of the Year in 2017.
Ry Bradley was awarded Country Artist of the Year at the 24th Annual LA Music Awards.
Ry reached #5 on the Play MPE Charts for the most downloaded song for his single Hard Not To Feel, and is scheduled to perform at Country Radio Seminar in February 2018…
Ry Bradley and his producer, Justin Busch, wrote and produced a song titled The Next Aldean Show where 100% of all proceeds are donated to the victims of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival while partnering with The National Compassion Fund.
In 2017 Ry Bradley and his band performed at Arizona’s Country Thunder, landing them a live acoustic performance on KMLE Country 107.9, Arizona’s largest Country Radio Station.
Ry’s song Living Right Now is featured in Episode 14 of NBC’s hit series Chicago Med.
Still Got A Lot To Figure Out is featured in ABC Family’s The Fosters.
Proud Partner of Big Brothers Big Sisters, Ry accepted the opportunity to write and produce the foundation’s national theme song.
Ry had the pleasure of opening for Tyler Farr in 2016 at Arizona’s Peoria Sports Complex.