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Ryan Bingham has won the most important award in entertainment. In 2009, Bingham worked with famed producer T Bone Burnett on a couple of songs for the soundtrack to the movie Crazy Heart. One of the tracks was the film's theme song, "The Weary Kind." The tune went on to win an Academy Award for "Best Song" (it also won a Grammy and a Golden Globe). You win an Academy Award and you're a made-man. Case in point, the Americana Music Association named Ryan Bingham their 2010 Artist of the Year. Bingham returned to writing for the screen, this time the small one, in 2013. He wrote and recorded the theme song, "Until I'm One With You," for the basic cable drama The Bridge.
When Bingham isn't writing theme songs, he's making gritty, honest, and raw Americana music. He released his first album, Mescalito, in 2007. Since that time, and as of 2013, he has released three more studio albums and sold thousands of Ryan Bingham tickets. Before becoming a musician, Bingham was a rodeo cowboy.