Author: Zackary Kephart
You know, when I started this little blog I didn't really know what my intentions were. I guess I made it because I love writing and I love giving my opinions on all things music, good or bad. Over time my goal with this blog has shifted to just being a blog that promotes what I consider to be great music as well as champion artists that hardly anyone knows about.
In this rapidly changing age of having all sorts of music available at our fingertips as well has having plenty of outlets to share it, you can bet that I'm always doing my best to find music worth talking about. There are rare instances where the good music comes to me however, either through social media or through email which is exactly what happened with an artist named Rylie Bourne.
Rylie's background is pretty interesting. She released her self-titled debut back in December while also balancing her time as a senior exercise major. The weeks may have been spent studying but the weekends were filled with hard work out on the road. In addition, music has played a large part in the past three generations of the Bourne family, but for Rylie, the urge to play didn't come to her until she was seventeen years old. But she finally did get that urge, and her driving attitude has to be admired.