About Ryan

Ryan McIntyre is an award winning Singer/Songwriter hailing from Waukesha, Wisconsin. Ryan performs over 225 shows a year, making him a staple of the Wisconsin music scene. He makes his music with a combination of tasteful, memorable, storytelling melodies and lyrics that will please fans of pop, rock, and country. His interactive shows entertain crowds of all ages. Live, you’ll experience Ryan mixing his original music with many requests of popular (and obscure) cover songs.


You’ll find Ryan performing Wisconsin’s most popular festivals including Summerfest, Wisconsin State Fair, Bastille Days, and The Milwaukee County Zoo Ala Carte. Ryan also performs at some of Southeastern Wisconsin’s finest clubs.

While becoming one of the areas most sought after wedding vocalists, Ryan has also been hired to provide entertainment for some of the biggest corporations in the state during the holidays and summer months.


McIntyre is a 7-time WAMI Award winner (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) – including a Male Vocalist of the Year award. He has also been awarded the “Best of Milwaukee Acoustic Artist of the Year” by Shepherd Express. Ryan’s original music has been featured in television, film, and commercial work including songs aired on HBO, Showtime, Disney Channel, and Discovery Channel. Ryan was also invited to the “Nashville Round” on the 6th season of NBC’s Nashville Star, placing him in the top 50 of over 20,000 contestants.


Heading into the spring of 2018, McIntyre has continued to diversify his brand by continuing to promote his critically acclaimed children’s album “Songs for Nap Time and Nighttime.” While spending most evenings playing his live shows in an adult setting, he’s spending more and more of the daytime hours sharing music and inspiration with children and teachers at many local schools, daycare centers, and summer camps.

Ryan is currently in the studio writing and recording new music for a follow up children’s album, and a full length Singer/Songwriter album tentatively titled, “The Bright Side.” In January of 2018, McIntyre shared some of his new original work at Milwaukee’s historic Pabst Theater.