Ryan Hutchens

December 18, 2019
Live Music at 6-9pm Cost-Free

We love finding new singer songwriters and hope you can stop in to listen to Ryan Hutchens. Ryan is a South Carolina born singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist currently based in Denver, Colorado. Bitto Bistro's intimate North dining room is a prefect place to experience his music. He has been touring the US since 2013, performing solo acoustic shows influenced by a blend of American folk, bluegrass, gospel, and contemporary singer-songwriters. His performances draw from his own discography as well as an extensive list of Americana covers and select tracks from his favorite classic and contemporary songwriters.

Ryan released his first full length album, entitled Collection, in September 2016 and his second original album, The Last Ten Years, in October 2017. After five years and more than one thousand shows, Ryan has found a new home in the Colorado music scene where he continues to create music and bring his live performances to people around the state and the country.

From others in the media who have heard him perform...

A voice that’s as silky as bathing in a bath of melted chocolate and as haunting and full of feeling as a million emotion-filled movie scenes...

— Kevin Oliver, Sound Of Confusion

Hutchens strums songs for strolling along southern trails, to chorus hymns in the key of confidence. Listen as the acoustics strum the distances between Columbia and Denver where Hutchens voice trails like an express engine trekking away from the hometown of the south to the pointed rocky mountain high peaks.

— Sjimon Gompers, Impose Magazine

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