In today’s Country music, not many artists exemplify the merge of the genuine Country music genre with a hip, fresh sound quite like Ryan Broshear. Born and raised on a farm in Oxford, Ohio, the artist and songwriter grew up listening to Country greats such as Garth Brooks, George Strait and Merle Haggard, who ultimately influenced him to get a guitar and start performing. Broshear stayed an Oxford native through college, where he attended Miami University and started a band with his classmates and performed at local bars.
After moving to Nashville, Tenn. to pursue his music career professionally in 2000, Broshear worked tirelessly to release his first self-titled album, which produced two charting singles on Music Row’s Country Breakout Chart, including “I Don’t Mind” and “Make Each Moment Last.” The album also included the song “Run For The Border,” which was featured in the 2013 film, “Sunlight Jr.,” starring Naomi Watts, Norman Reedus and Matt Dillon.
Since then, Broshear’s passion and love of music has helped him make a name for himself in the Country genre. With a natural affinity for the stage, Broshear is known for bringing his high-energy performances and modern edge to the traditional Country sound. The reputable Billboard Magazine also recognized his talent, naming him a “Top Ten Artist to Watch in 2014,” alongside big names such as Dan + Shay, Lucy Hale and Natalie Stovall & The Drive.
Most recently, Broshear released his new EP and second studio album, titled Paint It Red, which is available now on iTunes and Amazon. The album was funded by fans through Kickstarter, raising over $20,000 to create the project. Co-written by Broshear and Daniel Agee, “Spin Me” is the first single off of the EP. With a catchy beat and an edgy Country sound, the song tells the classic tale of a guy who is head-over-heels in love.
For more information on Ryan Broshear and his latest single, “Spin Me,” visit his website at http://www.ryanbroshear.com/ and follow him on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.