John Rhey is a 27 year-old Nashville based
country artist who was raised in Central
Florida. Rhey found his country roots early
in life with his mother being from Alabama.
As a kid he was drawn to the piano and began
to write songs. In middle school Rhey learned
guitar and joined his school's worship band.
Ever since that point Rhey was hooked. In
college he started "The John Rhey Band" and
played at local bars, venues, and school events.
In 2013, The John Rhey Band won the prestigious
United Way Battle of the Bands for Florida
Southern College. John Rhey went on to open for
the southern rock band, The Outlaws. This soon
led to a promising future for Rhey. Now Rhey has
opened for national acts Brothers Osborne and
Chase Bryant as well as American Idol Josh
Gracin, and Bucky Covington. He has recorded an
EP and has singles up on ITunes. With the release
of his first single "College Girl," Rhey started a
lot of hype in his college town with his video that
went to almost 20,000 views in a week. He
followed up that release with his song,
"Summertime Buzz" which also gained traction
across the Florida Beaches.  While continuing to
grow his fan base across the country, when not on
tour, he is in Nashville recording and songwriting.
Most importantly Rhey wants to positively influence
his fans through his music and his walk with Jesus
Christ.Go check out John Rhey's music on ITunes,
Pandora, Spotify, Amazon Mp3, Google Play, and


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