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Built on deep grooves, impeccable musicianship, a tasteful mixture of genres, & honest, thought-provoking lyrics, Dustin Ransom makes music to help music lovers move, groove, feel, and heal. In a time when inauthentic and uninspiring music seems to be everywhere, Ransom’s dedication to creating genuine, engaging music for the purpose of guiding listeners into a deeper relationship with themselves, their stories, and the world around them is not only a relief, but a necessity.

Born and raised in small-town Indiana, Ransom learned to play numerous instruments and write, sing, and record his own songs from a young age before moving to Nashville, Tennessee where he became a first-call musician & producer for artists including Dave Barnes, Ben Rector, Matt Wertz, Jars Of Clay, Chely Wright, Ryan Bingham, Jon McLaughlin, Andrew Belle, Gabe Dixon, Derek Webb, Shelly Fairchild, Steve Moakler, & many more.

Ransom released his debut EP Thread On Fire in 2015, followed by three singles in 2016 - "Talk About You" "Black Letters (What You'll Find)" and "Liberation".  In 2017, he released his first full-length record, Phases, a masterful showcase of his musical DNA. Ransom toured in support of Phases that fall, opening for pop singer-songwriter Matt Wertz across the United States.

His upcoming new album Frontiers is slated for release in early 2019. The first single “I Believe In Our Love” is now available, with second single “Miles Of Truth” to be released Dec. 7th.