Ryan Dilmore

Ryan Dilmore

Ryan Dilmore sings from the heart to the stars. Born in the green hills of Rochester, New York, his songs and spirit reflect a deep connection to nature and a vivid curiosity for threads that tie the celestial universe with the human heart.

Ryan has a uniquely clear voice, providing his often-playful melodies the freedom to soar. It's within the lyrics that his true talent shines through. Many consider Ryan a budding branch on the same musical tree with artists like Jason Mraz, Paul Simon, and James Taylor. Mraz recently mentioned Ryan as part of a small list of artists from whomhe finds his "strength and inspiration - and if you're ever curious to know who my greatest influences are, check out the acts mentioned above."

Since being selected for ASCAP's Lester Sill Songwriters Workshop 2008 in Los Angeles, Ryan has been actively writing and recording original material, performing at music venues and benefits around L.A., as well as joining tours across the U.S., Canada, and two solo tours through Europe in 2012 and 2013. His song "Runnin' Away" is featured in the film "Liberal Arts", starring Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Olsen, and Zac Efron. And in 2013, both the San Diego & Los Angeles Music Awards tipped their hats to Ryan for his production work on multiple artists' records nominated for "Best Pop
Album" and "Best Pop Single" recognition this year.

On our daily journey from head to heart, Ryan's music is a brilliant friend to have around.