Ryan Whyte Maloney

Ryan Whyte Maloney



Ryan Whyte Maloney is a powerhouse musician blending Alt/Country, Classic Rock, R&B, and Hip Hop. Raised in Traverse City, Michigan, Ryan’s passion for music began early, mastering guitar, violin, cello, and drums by age 9. He formed the nationally acclaimed band “Indulge” and later pursued a solo career, releasing his album “Where I’ve Been,” produced by Sean O’Dwyer.

Ryan gained national recognition in 2014 on NBC’s The Voice, where his rendition of “Lights” by Journey earned him a four-chair turn and a spot on Team Blake. He progressed to the Top 5 finalists and recorded four hit singles during his time on the show. His talent and charisma led him to perform on the season finale, requested by fellow artists like Morgan Wallen and Jake Worthington.

Continuing to shine in the Las Vegas music scene, Ryan has appeared on billboards and magazine covers and maintains an ongoing residency at Ole Red, Blake Shelton’s venue. His recent releases, including “Don’t Put Me in a Box,” “Love with Nowhere to Go,” “Sleepwalk,” and “Toast to Tonight,” have further established his musical prowess.

Ryan has performed at countless venues and festivals across the United States, captivating audiences with his dynamic performances. He has shared the stage with renowned artists such as Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Morgan Wallen, Rascal Flatts, and many more. A prolific songwriter, studio musician, engineer, and producer, Ryan continues to contribute to various artists’ projects, pushing the boundaries of his musical journey.

With a bright future ahead, Ryan remains a staple in the music industry, performing at corporate events, showrooms, and notable venues. His motto, “Only those who see the invisible, accomplish the impossible,” drives him to achieve new heights in his career, making him a prominent figure in the music world.


Classic Rock, Hip Hop, Indie, Live Looping, Pop Rock, R&B, Solo, Trio

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