Troy Ramey

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Raised in a musical household, Troy Ramey was a late bloomer in music. He first began jamming with local musicians and honing his craft at Boston College. In 2013, Ramey moved to New York and joined forces with producer Dante Lattanzi of Caelum Music Production. Together, they produced works that attracted the attention of industry leaders and fans alike, ultimately earning Ramey a spot on NBC’s "The Voice." He reached the Top 12 on the show, where his coach, Gwen Stefani, praised his emotional connectivity. Each broadcast Ramey has released quickly broke into the Top 10 on the iTunes rock charts. His performance of Tom Petty's “Free Fallin'” hit No. 1 on the iTunes rock chart and No. 54 on the all-genre chart. Ramey has over 4 million total plays on Spotify since December 2016, with his viral hits “Song Man” and “Rosary” reaching 1 million plays each. Ramey describes “passion and sincerity” as the essence of his music.