Ryland Fisher is a Chicago-bred, Nashville-based signer, songwriter, and producer whose skill set ranges from radio-friendly country and pop to vintage hard rock.
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"), Spotify New Boots feature, Kurt Stevens ("I Already Know", "Once in a Blue Moon"), Sandra Lynn, John Stanislawski, 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 busy working on producing a number of up-and-coming contemporary country artists. The single, "Yes Girl" by Julie Eddy, was not only co-written but produced by Ryland as well, marking the beginning of his foray into becoming an all-encompassing musical auteur of his genre's generation.
When the prolific writer isn't creating the music of tomorrow, he also releases his own material, which started in 2019 with the country/acoustic-rocker, "Only Happens Once." In addition, 2020 saw the release of two more singles in the form of the alternative country-influenced, "I Don't Need Anything" and "Photograph", with each track more well-received than the last. Look for a large output of new artist collaborations, productions, and solo releases in the coming months and years, as the young writer is only picking up steam, and the future shows no sign of slowing down.