About Rory

Raised on the rivers and bayous of southwest Louisiana, Rory Partin became a successful singer and musician at an early age; and his unique heart-felt style and sensational talents have taken him to over 30 countries performing for packed houses and eager audiences. Accompanied by a 21-piece band, Rory Partin is “nothing short of sensational.” “The Best!” said Billboard; “If you enjoy Harry Connick Jr., and Michael Buble, [Rory Partin] is up to that standard…one of the best!” said British music critic Ian Hayter. Audiences worldwide line up to see Rory Partin and The Rory Partin Band live in action. Rory explains, “I love to connect with an audience. I want to communicate what I’m feeling through my music, and I want the audience to come with me on the journey.”

Rory’s soulful emotion and pure love for music and performing, is immediately evident in both his recordings and his live shows. Critics and clients alike have been wowed by Rory, and can’t help but to ask for him back. JazzReview.com said, “This crooner has everything…a breathtaking journey…absolutely stunning,” and the Ritz Carlton stated, “He brings a magical ambiance to any event.” Rory also recently released his second, self-titled, studio album.

Originally from Moss Bluff, Louisiana, and then on to Nashville, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California, Rory’s music has been influenced by some of the all time greats such as: Ray Charles, Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong, Billy Joel, and The Doobie Brothers. Having later swapped one ocean for the other, Rory made the move to Los Angeles, where his career has taken off in ways he never imagined. His highly entertaining live show, his superb repertoire, and his mere love and gift for music and performing, have taken Rory around the world performing for sold out concerts, Presidential Inaugural Balls, casinos, corporate & charitable events, as well as countless private parties and weddings for some of the worlds elite.

Rory Partin is bringing back genuine passion for entertaining and making great music people can enjoy and relate to. Having traveled to and performed in places such as Brussels, Paris, Prague, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Toronto, London, Helsinki, and many more, the anticipation for Rory’s new album has been worldwide.

Anywhere he performs, audiences beg for his swift return. “People don’t want to just sit and listen to music, they want to experience something from it. They want to be moved by it. Everything I do is part of my passion, and I bring that to my music.” Nobody is bringing the Big Band back as hard as Rory is, and whoever is attempting to, is definitely going to be doing so in his shadow.