Ricky Randolph


Ricky's musical roots began in North Alabama at the age of five the first time  he picked up a set of drum sticks.  He began playing for a living by  the age of twelve and soon learned that he could work twice as much if he played the guitar and sang in addition to being a drummer.    

His music eventually sent him on a journey around the country and around the world. For over four decades Ricky has played and toured with some of the biggest names in the music industry including Gregg Allman, Michael McDonald, Curtis Mayfield, and Col Bruce Hampton. Ricky has  been a session player in some of the most coveted studios in the music business and performed in some of the most well known venues in the world including opening for Phish  at Red Rocks. ​

Ricky has had numerous songs recorded in recent years including:
"Something" by The Band Perry
"Fill in the Blank" by Trent Tomlinson
"If I Was a Man" by Leah Justine and also by Lee Lewton
"Always About a Woman" by Roger Adams​

His heart and soul would somehow always be led back to Nashville.  It's in Nashville where his songwriting journey continues.

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