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Introducing Ryan Fox, a socio-political singer-songwriter from Kent, UK. His unique, popular sound and poetic lyrical style draws from influences as diverse as early Dylan to Noel Gallagher, from Johnny Cash to Elton John, from Bruce Springsteen to Stephen Sondheim.


Ryan's gentle, smart, poetic songs have been played on FolkCast, Hermitage FM, Miskin Radio and Sheppey FM. His songs have reached the finals of the UK Songwriting Contest. He has played the Acoustic Sessions at Rainham three times and Tunbridge Wells’ The Forum twice.


Ryan had classical piano lessons from an early age and picked up a guitar at uni, his early influences including Oasis, Coldplay and, naturally, The Beatles. He developed his songwriting in his 20s, largely owing to meeting musical guru Dr Richard Niles, who pushed Ryan out of his comfort zone to explore fresh sonic ground - to try new things. This involved the technique of active listening which freed Ryan’s mind to ponder the creativity used by some of popular music’s greatest writers. 


Ryan worked with several singers and played in numerous bands in this time of nurture and reflection. He decided to go solo in order to realise his creative ambitions.




Ryan's gentle, smart, poetic lyrics and social commentary draw inspiration from Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Donovan, Woody Guthrie, Dylan Thomas, Percy Shelley, Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Dolly Parton, Eagles, The Beatles, Tom Petty, Willie Nelson and Roy Orbison.


His musical influences include Bob Dylan, Donovan, Elvis Costello, Eagles, Johnny Cash, Pete Seeger, Don McLean, Woody Guthrie, Hank Williams, The Beatles, The Band, Neil Young, The Seekers, The Byrds, Noel Gallagher, ELO and the Nashville TV series.

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