Ryan Nealon writes a heartwrenching track called "Not Coming Home".
This song is a parental narrative. It is a song written from Nealon's mothers perspective. Losing his mother in a car crash as a child, Nealon created a song about moving through life through the lens of this loss. What his mother would have wanted to see had she been able to be there. The song is comforting to anyone who wishes they still had someone's presence in their life.
Ryan Nealon, 26, is a singer/songwriter from San Diego, CA based in Los Angeles, CA. Nealon has received a Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA) from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) for Ethnomusicology - Jazz Studies with an emphasis in Jazz Voice.
As an unsigned artist, Nealon has over 1,000,000 streams and over 10,000 followers on social media. Along with media content, Nealon has booked countless successful shows at renowned venues all across the United States such as Rockwood Music Hall in New York City and The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles. Nealon has also collaborated with several artists of notoriety such as Matoma and Scout Willis.
Nealon has been featured in several highly regarded publications such as American Songwriter, Aesthetic Magazine, The Prelude Press, Digital Tour Bus, The San Diego Union Tribune, and has even partnered with the non-profit organization Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Nealon's most recent credits include having his song "Sleepwalking" placed in the Lifetime Original Movie "Black Hearted Killer" (2020) and has had his songs “City” and “Lonely” recently placed on Apple Music and Spotify Editorial Playlists. Nealon's last release "Recovery," has collectively garnered over 700,000 streams and all of the tracks have gained a large amount of positive press.