Appalachian Born ~ Texas Seasoned
With a voice that can shake the walls of any honky-tonk and lyrics that speak to the heart of every listener, Tony Ramey is a true artist who captures the essence of the genre.
Born in West Virginia and raised the Tri-State area of Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky, Tony was exposed to the sounds of country music at a young age. He began playing guitar and writing songs as a teenager, honing his craft in small clubs and bars across the South.
In the early 2000s, Tony moved to Nashville and quickly made a name for himself as a gifted songwriter. His songs have been recorded by some of the biggest names in country music, including George Strait, Trisha Yearwood, Doug Stone, Craig Morgan, Alabama, and Mark Chesnutt just to name a handful. He has also collaborated with a number of legendary songwriters who laid the foundation of what we know as traditional country music.
But Tony's true passion has always been performing his own music. His live shows are a masterclass in storytelling, with each song taking the listener on a journey through heartache, love, and everything in between. His voice is raw and emotional, capable of conveying both pain and joy with equal intensity.
In 2019, Tony released his latest album, "Bad Love," to critical acclaim. The album is a testament to his songwriting skills, with each track a finely crafted story that stays with the listener long after the music has ended. The lead single, "She Don't Know She's Beautiful," is a classic country ballad that showcases Tony's ability to write a timeless love song.
Tony has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in country music, including Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, and Miranda Lambert. But no matter how big the stage or how famous the audience, he always remains true to his roots and the music that inspired him to become a songwriter in the first place.
With his powerful voice, masterful storytelling, and undeniable talent, Tony Ramey is a true icon of country music. He is a singer-songwriter in the purest sense of the word, and his music will continue to resonate with audiences for generations to come.