Ryan Kinder: “Still Believe in Crazy Love”

I’ve been a fan of Ryan Kinder since I first heard his song “Kiss Me When I’m Down” a few years ago.  Kinder’s voice is fantastic, and absolutely one of a kind.  He has a sound that is completely his own.  I was fortunate enough to see him play three times at CMA Fest year.

Two of the performances were pretty small, like on a rooftop in downtown Nashville small, and it was amazing. He’s just as good in person as he is on a recorded track.

Kinder released a new song, “Still Believe in Crazy Love” on Friday (8.26.17).  I loved it the first time I played it.  I’m pretty sure I heard him play this in Nashville because it seemed very familiar to me.  Kinder’s unique vocals, with the help of background vocals from his “Sass Squad,” as he refers to his backup singers, take you to church on this single.  I love that anyone can relate to it.  Yes, it’s a song about love, but even as a single girl I can relate to it.



Yeah I’ve known heartbreak, and I’ve known lonely.  I ain’t gonna lie.  I’ve known drinkin’ for the wrong reasons, aint afraid to cry…

People who have been heartbroken, unlucky in love, or even just single for what seems like forever can all relate.   It has a positive message of having faith and believing in your heart that “crazy love” is out there.

…but I also know my faith, and in weakness there is strength, so I tell myself there’s no giving up. Long as I’ve got a heart inside, until the day I die, I still believe in crazy love.

Check this “deconstructed” version below & let us know what you think!


Stefanie Richardson

Stefanie Richardson

I was born & raised in Orlando, FL. I love living here, but my dream and goal is to be in Nashville sooner rather than later.. I grew up on country music and remember riding around in my dad’s truck singing along to Reba, The Judds, and of course King George. Pure Country was a movie that played often in our house. These days, I absolutely love following “up and coming” artists. Anyone who knows me knows that Cale Dodds is my favorite; and when he’s touring anywhere in the southeast, I’m at his show. I love everything about country music; the way artists appreciate their fan base, the loyalty the fans show their favorite performers, and how it brings people together. I can thank country music for allowing me to meet some awesome people, and some who have become dear friends.

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