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Rick Ryan Band

Rick Ryan was a musician on The Grand Ole Opry for 14 years and now performs as a solo or band act. He is great for restaurants, clubs, breweries, etc. because of his amazing talents and his down to earth personality. Rick is someone that people can easily relate to and he always puts on a great show. His music is sure to please any audience!

Here's what it's like to be a musician at the Grand Ole Opry. Sorry for the shaky video. This is very raw and very real.

Another episode of “Bored in Blount County”. Here’s a rendition of “Houston” by The Gatlin Brothers.

Another episode of “Bored in Blount County”. Here’s a rendition of “All the Gold in California” by The Gatlin Brothers.

Ah yes it’s another “Bored in Blount County” evening. Here's Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's "Fishing in the Dark".

Another “Bored in Blount County” moment. Lynrd Skynrd's "Gimme Three Steps".

Another “Bored in Blount County” moment. Here is Mel McDaniel's "Stand Up".

Here's a George Strait classic called "Right or Wrong."

Here's an appearance on the Grand Ole Opry with Stonewall Jackson.

Another episode of “Bored in Blount County”. Here’s a rendition of “You Should Probably Leave” by Chris Stapleton.

Another “Bored in Blount County” night. Merle Haggard's "Rambling Fever". 

Time for another “Bored in Blount County” moment. Johnny Paycheck's "Take This Job and Shove It".

Another “Bored in Blount County” moment. Charlie Daniel's classic "Long Haired Country Boy".

Another “Bored in Blount County” moment. The Rolling Stones' "Honky Tonk Women" is always fun.

Here's Travis Tritt's "Country Club" on another "Bored In Blount County" installment.