When Rylee was 12 he was presented with the
""New York State Country Music Hall of Fame Horizon Award"" where he now has his picture and the plaque hanging in the Hall of Fame Museum. Rylee and his family make regular trips to Nashville. While in Nashville, he first performed at Tootsies on Broadway, when he was 12. Rylee was invited back to perform with one of their house bands at Tootsies as well as other locations like, Rippy's and Honky Tonk Central during CMA Fest 2019. That same year Rylee traveled to Arkansas to be an opening act for the Kentucky Head Hunters! Rylee was an opening act for Randy Houser at ""Frog Fest 31"" in Rome, NY
in June of 2020. Rylee went back to Nashville and recorded his first 5
song EP of all original songs. Rylee continues to write his own music, and his current band of professional musicians have all lived and played in Nashville at one time.· Rylee performs REAL country music!
His influences are ""Merle Haggard, George Strait, Alan Jackson. He grew up listening to his Grandfather and 3 great uncles performing country music in their band ""The Lum Brothers"". His grandfather sang as the lead singer for the band. So, music is in Rylee's blood.
Rylee works very hard, and plans on moving to Nashville after graduation to pursue his dream of a career in Country Music.



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Rylee was a star of our Warren County Ohio Fair 2022 - Country Music Day. 

The sound, poise and selections of songs and the band were superb. 

Great talent, we look forward to having him again. 

Allen Suit 

Warren County Ohio Fair 

Entertainment Coordinator

It's comforting to know that the styles of Traditional Country Music will be carried on in this generation; with the passion, time, and dedication Rylee Lum put into it. A fine youngman, he stays true to his roots. 

Tyler Fairborn 


Real Roots Radio 

FM 100.3 – WBZI – AM 1500 

Xenia / Dayton / Springfield

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