Ryland Fisher is a Chicago-bred, Nashville-based songwriter and producer for Nashville music publisher, VibeCity Music. His musical skill set and influence ranges wide from modern Country/Americana to Pop, Rock, and R&B.
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”), and Sandra Lynn, to name a few.
While always looking to broaden his musical experience and never one to be a stranger to the studio world, Ryland also produced/co-wrote the single, “Yes Girl” and album cut, “Half Ass” by Julie Eddy in the summer of 2020.
When Ryland 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,” and followed with “I Don’t Need Anything” and 2020’s “Photograph”.