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Questions, questions, questions… you’ve been rejected too many times… or haven’t made a break in the music industry and are seeking answers or solutions? This episode of the Made it in Music podcast with Singer-songwriter, Ryan Stevenson, may have a few solutions you’ve been searching for.

You’ll Learn About:

How difficult it can be to finally make your break in the industry
How to overcome rejection from labels and continue pushing forward
And the stories behind Ryan’s second album release with Gotee Record, No Matter What.

Following a seven-year stint as a paramedic, Ryan Stevenson signed an agreement with Gotee Records in 2013 after capturing TobyMac’s attention by co-writing the No. 1 and Grammy nominated single “Speak Life”. Ryan’s 2015 full-length album Fresh Start which featured the No. 1 radio single “Eye of the Storm” helped launch him into a new level of success. It never came easy and in fact took a lot of rejection. But Ryan kept picking himself up, supported his family, and followed his dreams. Ryan shares his struggles of rejection and how he overcame that and so much more with us.

In this episode, Ryan and Seth discuss the new record, Ryan’s success, and pushing through the trials and the journey rather than worrying about the next big thing. Throughout his stories, Ryan shares very insightful and useful tips that will help lead you in your own success and guide you through rejection to follow your calling.

Ryan Stevenson is here to share his incredible story about how he made it in music, and he’s here to help you do the same.

Resources:

Books mentioned in this episode:
The Shack by William P. Young

Listen to Ryan’s new single out now:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/no-matter-what-feat-bart-millard/1350016308?i=1350016324

Find out more about Ryan Stevenson:
https://ryanstevensonmusic.com

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