Ryan Corn Releases Debut Record

Every now and then as an artist manager, I have the opportunity to discover something great. While it’s quite rare to find true artistry amidst a host of gimmicks, wannabes and one hit wonders, I am encouraged that artisans still exist. A few years back, I stumbled across one such artist who was stowed away creating music in a Cape Girardeau, MO basement. An extremely talented yet humble young man. A songwriting genius with a knack for writing musical hooks & lyrics that rise above the norm. His self-produced demos sounded like masters ready to compete with anything at radio. Thankfully, Ryan Corn signed with Artist Garden Entertainment and our journey began. Shortly after, Mike Curb, owner of Curb Records, recognized the same Artisan in Ryan resulting in the fastest record label deal offer in the history of our company.

Ryan’s Curb Records debut record releases today. His single “Wonderful Things” can be heard on mainstream radio stations across the country including Los Angeles, San Diego, Boston, Milwaukee, St Louis, Jersey Shore, Columbia SC, Charleston SC, Mobile AL,  Boise ID, Knoxville TN, Hammond LA, Eugene, OR  and Portland ME. “Wonderful Things” is racking up 40K+ listens a week on Spotify, he was recently featured as American Songwriter’s Daily Discovery and Ryan was featured in Google Play’s Antenna Program for the month of November. Apparently our little secret is getting out!

Click the cover/link below to hear it for yourself. I think you are going to like Ryan Corn!



Disclosure of Material Connection: I am the President of Artist Garden Entertainment, an artist management and marketing company that manages this artist. Regardless of that fact, I only recommend music that I personally believe is exceptional and would be enjoyed by my readers. I am not compensated directly, other than normal management commissions for recommending this record through this blog. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”