Country singer/songwriter from Ryan Bingham brings the rural flavor to the big city as he performs at Veil Pavilion inside Silverton Casino Hotel (Photo courtesy of BinghamMusic.com).
This hard working guy started playing guitar at the age of 17 and his first audiences were in a local bar that his uncle owned. During this time he knew he had to rely on himself to get his name out there, so he produced two self-released albums Lost Bound Rails and Wishbone Saloon.
Bingham’s work paid off when he was signed with Lost Highway Records and his major-label debut album Mescalito was released in 2007. The album was a hit with critics and in 2009 he released his next album Roadhouse Sun while working with Marc Ford, the former guitarist for The Black Crowes.
He joined with producer/songwriter T-Bone Burnett later that year to help with the music that would be contributed to the award winning film “Crazy Heart.” The song they worked on together, “The Weary Kind,” ended up winning an Oscar.
Bingham and his band The Dead Horses released their next album Junky Star in 2010 and they continue to entertain the masses with their country music.
About Silverton Casino Hotel
Silverton Casino Hotel offers 300 deluxe rooms and suites and world-class amenities all located within an upscale, contemporary luxury lodge-themed resort. Silverton Casino Hotel is home to a variety of restaurants and dining options, including the Seasons Buffet, the 24-hour Sundance Grill, Shady Grove Lounge, Twin Creeks Steakhouse and the new, Mexican-inspired Mi Casa Grill Cantina. In addition to the 165,000-square-foot Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Silverton offers 90,000 square feet of gaming with over 2,000 slot machines and 30 table games, an intimate poker room and the Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge. The property features a 117,000-gallon saltwater aquarium with more than 5,000 sharks, stingrays and tropical fish, which was voted “Best Free Attraction” in the Best of City search® 2008 awards. Silverton Casino Hotel is located at I-15 and Blue Diamond. For more information, please call (702) 263-7777 or visit www.silvertoncasino.com.