"Chattanooga singer-songwriter Ben Strawn has a voice that transcends the usual stereotypes of the genre within which he finds himself... He dips into folk’s classic narratives and a weathered pop construction that propel his songs forward without linking to any specific musical lineage. [Ben's music] is a fully realized folk and rock experience that begs to be explored in all its melodic complexity-and you’ll return to it often to see what bit of newness can be gleaned from its depths.
" - Joshua Pickard, The Local
A recent graduate of Lee University, Ben Strawn is a 22 year old singer-songwriter and musician based in Chattanooga, TN.
Influenced by artists like Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, Rayland Baxter, Brandi Carlile, Dawes and Ben Rector, Ben's sound can be described as a crossover between folk, pop, rock and country.
His first EP, Bridges to Burn, recorded under the label, Music for Missions, was released in 2015. His debut independent EP, At Sunset, was released in the summer of 2017.