Ryan Bingham’s New Love Song

Read about ‘American Love Song’ the new outing from Ryan Bingham

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Award-winning recording artist (and actor) Ryan Bingham has a politically-driven album American Love Song, set to release February 15, 2019 via Axster Bingham Records. The new outing was produced by Charlie Sexton and Bingham.

The first track released off the album includes the stripped down, acoustic “Wolves” which deals with the painful memories of his youth and those inevitable confrontations with the next school bully. The new record also is a response to Bingham’s emotions when the March for Our Lives students, in the wake of the Parkland, Florida school shooting, had to contend with men and women questioning their integrity on social media. To add to the political backdrop for American Love Song, Bingham also performed recently at a rally in Texas for Beto O’Rourke, who Ryan endorsed during O’Rourke’s run for the US Senate.

Bingham will celebrate American Love Song with an almost sold-out tour of North America and Europe, with U.S. dates beginning March 19 in Salt Lake City, UT.  Full info here.

Bingham is set to curate his own music festival called “The Western” at Luckenbach just outside of Austin, TX with the inaugural festival taking place April 12-13, 2019.

Born in New Mexico and raised in Texas, Bingham went on to pursue music and wrote/performed for hit television/films such as: HostilesA Country Called HomeHow Shall A Sparrow FlyThe Bridge and NCIS. He also has recently appeared in the TV series Yellowstone (with Kevin Costner). Bingham currently resides in Los Angles and has his own label Axster Bingham Records. His breakthrough songwriting has earned him a number of accolades (an Academy, Golden Globe & Grammy Award) for his song “The Weary Kind” in the film Crazy Heart,starring Jeff Bridges.

Read about ‘American Love Song’ the new outing from Ryan Bingham


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Author: Rob Dickens

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