Raised in a small New England town, Grammy-nominated songwriter Reed Foehl’s folk-Americana music tells stories that push boundaries while paying homage to tradition.
Foehl released his sixth studio album, Wild Wild Love, in May 2022, which was recorded with The Band of Heathens. From traditional folk ballads to bar room sing-alongs, this tunesmith’s “emotional, deeply personal lyrics and indelibly infectious choruses…leave the listener with an overriding sense of optimism” (Glide Magazine) — something we could all use a little more of these days.
He was nominated for a Grammy Award for his song “Fly,” co-written with Brent Cobb and covered by country legend Lee Ann Womack. With a life dedicated to songwriting and music, Foehl’s five studio albums have put him on the map, garnering placements in both film and television, most notably the feature film Just Friends and the popular vampire series, The Originals.
Foehl now resides in the Green Mountains of Vermont and continues to tour across the globe.