16 February 1987 (age 31)
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, United States
Ryan Follese was born on February 16, 1987 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Pop Rock and Country singer best known as the lead singer of Hot Chelle Rae. His 2011 single "Tonight Tonight" was an international hit. The band announced their break in 2015. Follese released a single, "Put a label on it", in 2016. The composer and artist who tops the list, Ryan Follese (pronounced "fall-uh-ZAY"), takes root in Music City along the six tracks he co-wrote for his Country debut, including "Put A Label On On", his first official single definition relationship. "Put a label on it" has already accumulated more than 1.2 million broadcasts on Spotify and has given Ryan a performance stretch on NBC's TODAY. The RYAN FOLLESE EP (BMLG Records) was recorded in Nashville with producers Dann Huff and Cameron Montgomery. Ryan also wrote the 3X Platinum number 1 worldwide "Tonight, Tonight" during his successful career leading the American Music Award-winning band, Hot Chelle Rae, which toured 16 countries, including concert dates with Taylor Swift . He performed at the 2012 CMT Music Awards with Lady Antebellum and created "Thug Story" with Taylor Swift and T-Pain for the first show in 2009, which has since become one of the most played video clips in the history of CMT. Since then, the multi-octave vocalist has refocused his composition to incorporate the lyrics and influences of Nashville on which he grew up as the son of the parents of Country music composers, Keith and Adrienne Follese. Collectively, his catalog includes hits for Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Lady Antebellum and Martina McBride. Ryan will spend 2017 on multiple major tours, including Live Nation's 'ONES TO WATCH' tour with Locash, Florida Georgia Line's DIG YOUR ROOTS TOUR and all of 15 on a Sam Hunt tour.
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