Ryan Langdon has been on the Canadian country radar for the better part of a year and his latest single “The Dirt” will certainly keep him on the charts for 2020. This country-rock anthem features his gravelly vocals perfectly.
When Ryan Langdon’s vocals hit you in “The Dirt”, you can almost feel the bass run through your veins. It’s a great song, and provides a unique listening experience.
From the opening seconds of this single, Ryan sets the tone of the song by saying “Bring It”. From there, the drums, electric guitars, and Ryan’s deep voice come in and gets you ready for the chorus to roar in. Everything about this song is anthemic. From the lyrics, to the music, to the claps in the background of the verses. It’s impossible not to feel energized listening to this song.
Listening to “The Dirt” and his previous Top 40 single “Lit In The Sticks”, it’s clear that Ryan draws heavy inspiration from both the rock genre and the country genre. With sounds similar to Brantley Gilbert, Jason Aldean, and Eric Church, Ryan has been able to carve out his own voice in the genre and fills a void within the Canadian landscape.
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About Ryan Langdon
At a strapping and athletic 6’3”, 240 lbs., Ryan Langdon is kind of hard to miss. But when you hear the first few notes of his brand new, up-tempo stomper and single “Lit In The Sticks,” you’ll notice there’s something else about this Niagara Falls, Ontario-based country singer that’s hard to miss… His booming baritone and stadium-sized voice.
Recently, Langdon completed a summer festival run across Canada (including stops at Dauphin Country Fest & Sawdust City Music Festival) to promote his latest single, the top 40 hit ‘Lit In The Sticks’. Ryan is currently embarking on writing trips to Nashville, and completing tracks for inclusion on the planned 2020 release of his debut EP.
In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.