Ry has been nominated for 4 L.A. Music Awards – Male Singer/Songwriter of the Year, Country Artist of the Year, Country Single of the Year, Music Video of the Year. LA MUSIC AWARDS VOTING PARTY Thursday Sept 25th at 6:30pm – this is gonna be a blast! Red Carpet Event at the Famous Whisky a Go Go. Voting Party and Celebrity Q & A. Ry will be hanging out, having fun, and then will rock the stage! Ry states, “I am humbled and beyond grateful for these nominations. I would be honored if y’all came out and showed your support.”

Ry climbed to new heights during the shooting of his newly released video for “Freedom Like This!”

Ry debuted his new music video to his loyal fans for his upcoming single titled “Freedom Like This” which is set for public release on August 11th! This picturesque video directed by Stokes Nielson and a crew from Nashville, TN was shot across various locales in Southern California.

The video immerses viewers into the soul of the song “leaving it all behind for love,” as you ride along for a journey in a “64 Mustang” convertible with stops along some of California’s most dramatic desert vistas.

Ry’s behind the scenes thoughts “I was balancing in boots on the edge of this sheer cliff for my guitar solo, the director kept telling me to rock out more. Every time I did, I came closer to falling over backwards. But in the end it was worth it as the shot turned out great!”

The single “Freedom Like This” is available today for pre-ordered on iTunes and will be officially released on Monday, August 11th.

Fantasy Springs Casino in the California desert hit record highs when Ry Bradley hit the stage with his smokin’ hot performance. After facing six talented competitors, Ry Bradley won the 33rd annual Kix Hot Country “Country Showdown!”

In front of a charged up crowd of Country Music fans Ry tore into the opening notes of his song “Gone” and cranked the energy level to the extreme. Ry finished the song with a powerful guitar solo that had him playing his guitar held high behind his head as the crowd erupted in a thunderous applause.

Ry’s final song of the evening was his upcoming single “Freedom Like This” due to be released on August 11th. Ry added an extended guitar outro that took the crowd right into the heartbeat of the song and to the tips of their toes.

After the cheering from the crowd subsided the first judge, Al Bowman representing the LA Music Awards said, “That’s the highest score I’ve ever gave anybody in any class” Mr. Bowman went on to nominate Ry for “Country Artist of The Year” right on the spot. The final judge Jules Hamland simply asked, “Why are you not famous yet?” When given a chance to respond to the judges, Ry humbly stated that he was “just happy to be there and grateful to be a part of the event” and then joked to Ms. Hamland that “my mom keeps asking me the same question.”

After the Judges deliberated for an hour, the contestants approached the stage to hear the results. Scott Sear representing Kix Hot Country and the Director of Marketing & Promotions for Copper Mountain Broadcasting read the final results. “The 33rd Kix Hot Country “Country Showdown” winner is, Ry Bradley!” He went on to say Ry had won a spot in the “Country Showdown” state finals to be held at Knott’s Berry Farm on September 6th and Ry’s band would play direct support at the “Party in the Pasture” Country Music festival on Saturday, September 27th!

Ry took this opportunity to thank Kix Hot Country, Scott Sear, Southern Caliber, The Judges, Brad Mercer, Big John Miller and all the fans who came out to the Showdown to support him and California Country!