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BRYAN RUBY is a rising country music artist and trailblazing professional baseball player based in Nashville, Tennessee. As a songwriter, Bryan has penned songs that have appeared on the Texas Country Top 50 chart and the iTunes Country Top 25 (#16), and songs he has written have been featured on both Huffington Post & People Magazine. As an artist, Bryan won Season 7 of the talent-search competition Nashville Rising Song, and released his debut single Left Field on June 8, 2022. The song was featured on The TODAY Show and added to rotation on SiriusXM Country Pride, as well as the Academy of Country Music's Ultimate Pride Playlist.

With rich vocals and authentic storytelling on follow-up singles Two For The Road (August ‘22), The Standouts (October ‘22), Christmas With You (November ‘22), and Baseball Country (March ‘23), Bryan’s ‘expressive baritone’ (Music Row Magazine) gives him a unique calling card in the up-and-coming Nashville country scene. Up next, Bryan is slated to release a special Pride Month tribute duet with trailblazing country music singer Ty Herndon (to be released on June 2, 2023). 

Bryan made history in September 2021 when he became the only active professional baseball player to come out as gay at the time. The inspirational story was featured in USA Today as well as 100+ media outlets around the world including CBS, Yahoo, Bleacher Report and Teen Vogue. He then founded Proud To Be In Baseball, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating, educating, & creating opportunities for the next generation of LGBTQ baseball players.

A documentary on Bryan’s journey and the founding of Proud To Be In Baseball is currently in production. More information on the film will be available later in 2023.


“Baseball and country music are part of the fabric of our great country. If there's one message I hope people hear in my songs, it's that hard work and heart can carry you through even what the world tells you are insurmountable obstacles. You can earn your place by following your passion, no matter who you are.”


— Bryan Ruby

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