Ryan Robinette is an Ohio born independent country/pop singer, songwriter and recording artist. Growing up in Southeastern Ohio in the small village of Senecaville, at an early age he developed a love for all genres of music. Robinette’s father was a singer/songwriter and he credits him for his passion for music and being exposed to the best music from the past and the present. Ryan played in cover bands and as a solo acoustic act since he was 14, juggling sports and music until he started college. Ryan took a hiatus from the non stop music and would sporadically perform shows throughout college. Ryan eventually found he wouldn’t be happy without music and he couldn’t escape his country roots, so in May 2015 he released his first studio recorded EP Coming of Age. All songs on Coming of Age were solo writes but showed enough potential to draw the attention of other established writers and landed himself co-writes in Nashville with pro writers. Ryan’s single “Let Me Start” is a co-write with George Ducas (George is the writer of hits like “Always The Love Songs” by Eli Young Band, “Won’t Be Lonely Long” by Josh Thompson, the No. 1 hit by Sara Evans “A Real Fine Place To Start”, and many more). Ryan also was a co-writer on Tyler Rich’s EP Valerie which climbed to #5 on iTunes Country. Ryan released his first album entitled “Progression” in August 2016. The album broke the Top 10 on iTunes Country and barely missed the Billboard Top 50 for Country Albums. The first single “For Awhile” off the album immediately drew attention from fans and even caught the eye of John Marks at Spotify. John placed the single on “New Boots” playlist and it has racked up over half a million spins since release and subsequently was added to major country playlists for Spotify Canada and Spotify Australia & New Zealand. Ryan has shared the stage and played fests along side artists/writers such as Chris Stapleton, Randy Houser, Joe Nichols, Old Dominion, A Thousand Horses, Jake Owen, Brett Eldredge, Frankie Ballard, Clare Dunn, Brothers Osborne, Chris Lane, Josh Thompson, Parmalee, Jana Kramer, LoCash, Kristian Bush, Shane Minor, Dylan Altman, Dave Gibson, Andy Grammer, Nelly, Daughter, Coolio and more.
“Just Another Party Song” from the album “Coming of Age”
Credits: Produce, Engineer, Mix, Pedal Steel Guitar