Washington's #1 voted acoustic artist and United states top 10 voted acoustic artist.”

— Vans Warped Tour

Rylei Franks

Rylei Franks, Washington's top voted acoustic artist from 2014-2016. Starting in a small town named Soap Lake, he had an idea of getting out by playing beautiful music with his guitar. While working a full time job at a retirement home as an activities director he started his journey at being a musician. Now you can find him at wineries, breweries, major venues and festivals entertaining crowds all across Washington state. 

Engaging audiences with his music, he bring to life his songs with stories he tells between a few songs. These interludes have become as much a part of the show as the music. Yes every song has a back story though not all of the are told at every show. This helps the audience connect to his music on a deeper level as he talks about his adventures, hometown and love.

Music wise, he tailors his sound to your venue. All of his music is family friendly  and can switch it up between soft ballads to an upbeat pop rock.With a large repertoire he can keep your guest entertained throughout your event regardless of duration. 

*Tailored to your venue 

*Cover songs

*Original songs 

*Compelling stories 

 *Entertained guests

Artists he has worked/ toured with:

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, This Wild Life, Secondhand Serenade, Carson Allen (escape the fate guitarist), Jesse Lawson (sleeping with sirens guitarist) Metro Station (Miley Sirus brother), Dylan Jacobson, and Ryan Cabrerra, and Bonnie Guitar.

 

Press Photos

Opening for This Wild Life in Spokane,WA

Opening for This Wild Life in Spokane,WA

Opening for Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Opening for Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Sample Tracks

Press

Othello Write Up The Othello local news paper did a write up about me and my music. 1.29 MB
The Grant County Journal The Grant County Journal did a write up about me for the Summer Basin Sounds Festival 1.09 MB
The Strange (spokane paper) After performing at the Bloomsday run the stranger did a Q & A of me about my performance and the race. 2.7 MB
Columbia Basin Herald After performing at the Moses Lake Wine Walk I got a few shots with the local paper and did a short Q&A 1.53 MB

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