Ryland Fisher Music Songs


Ryland Fisher is a Chicago-bred, Nashville-based singer/songwriter, producer, and entrepreneur whose wheelhouse ranges from modern country and pop to vintage rock & roll.

Among his growing list of songwriting credits, he's penned such songs as Stephanie Quayle's Billboard Country-charting "Whatcha Drinkin' Bout", which charged out of the gate as a Top 10 Most Added song at country radio (Mediabase). He's also written songs by Jojo Siwa tour support, The Belles ("My Mother's Daughter"), Kurt Stevens ("I Already Know", "Once in a Blue Moon"), Max Flinn ("Tie Me Down"), Sandra Lynn, and Andrew Butcher, to name a few. While always looking to broaden his musical experience and never one to be a stranger to the studio world, Ryland's also co-written and produced the title track to Julie Eddy's "Yes Girl" EP, along with the album cut, "Half Ass."

In September 2020, Ryland co-founded Jetracks.com with frequent collaborator, Joey Ebach. Jetracks is a music marketplace connecting artists, writers and track builders from around the world. Their passion is to see talented musicians bring their sounds to life and share them with the world.

When the writer isn't collaborating with the artists of today and tomorrow, he also releases his own material, which started in 2019 with the country/acoustic-rocker, "Only Happens Once," "I Don't Need Anything" and "Photograph", with each track more well-received than the last. February 2021 will see another release in the form of "Old Times' Sake." Look for a plethora of new collaborations and releases in the coming months and years, as the young writer shows no sign of slowing down.


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