Originally from Portsmouth, Ohio, Rick Ferrell is one of Nashville's most gifted and eclectic artists. His sound is timeless, with elements of country, rock and persistent honesty that defies any description except pure American music.
Rick is also a BMI award winning songwriter. His songs have been recorded by artist such as Earl Thomas Conley, Eddie Raven, Tanya Tucker, Montgomery Gentry, Tim mcGraw, Martina McBride, Julianne Hough, Jason Michael Carol, The Swon Brothers and many more.
At the end of 2009, Ricks song "Something Like That" Aka The BBQ Stain Song" recorded by Tim McGraw would emerge as the most played radio song of the decade in any genre of music.
- Featured song in a National Budweiser commercial
- Theme Song for The Outdoor Channel
Song Featured on:
A&E Network, Good Morning America, Ellen Degeneres, Cold Case Files, Entertainment Tonight, Fast Money Halftime Report, Jet Blue
Rick Ferrell Release His first single Up all night
Singer/Songwriter Rick Ferrell is one of Nashville’s most gifted and eclectic artists.
Singer/Songwriter Rick Ferrell is one of Nashville’s most gifted and eclectic artists. Recently, Rick signed with MC1 Nashville and this first single will debut April 15th – "Up All Night." His sound is timeless with elements of country, rock and a persistent honesty that defies any description except pure American music.
When asked where his inspiration comes from, Ferrell is quick to say most of his musical influences have always been Singer/Songwriters. He feels his identity as a singer and a performer is best defined through his songwriting.