Singer, songwriter, and musician, Reed Foley is an independent country recording artist from Sparta, North Carolina. His first radio single “Beer Needs Drinkin’” cracked the Top 40 on the country breakout chart and he has amassed millions of streams across DSPs. Foley is an artist with unlimited potential in the early stages of what promises to be a successful career.
Reed Foley has opened for several of Nashville’s stars including Jason Aldean, Tyler Farr, Cooper Alan, and more. A road warrior, Reed has been playing over 150 gigs each year since 2021. From hometown bars to Minor League baseball stadiums, to NASCAR speedways he and his band are at home when they’re on stage.
Industry curators have featured Reed’s music with multiple placements on editorial playlists at Apple Music and Spotify. The Academy of Country Music also recognized Reed, placing his songs on their “New Music Friday” playlist helping to solidify his status as a rising star within the country music scene.
His songs are capturing the attention of fans all over the world and from all walks of life. “Ain’t The First Time” was one of the most played songs on country radio in Australia in 2023 and his unreleased gem “Home Team” was selected for the illustrious 2019 Kentucky Derby. Other songs of Reed’s have been licensed by Fox Sports 1, NASCAR Productions, NBCSN, and the NFL Network as well.
A philanthropist at heart, Reed participates in several charities raising money for children, veterans, cancer research, and more. Every year since 2020, he has run his own Toys For Tots campaign to fill a void for older children who are often forgotten. In the last year, his efforts have added over $25,000 in tablets, bicycles, and toys to the program.
Reed’s music pays homage to country music’s rich heritage while carving a distinctive path toward its promising future. His commitment to artistic individuality harmonizes effortlessly with his deep-rooted respect for those who paved the way. As he continues to live out his musical journey, Reed stands poised to etch his name among the luminaries of country music and leave a mark on the genre he holds dear.