Rick Tiger grew up in south Louisiana calling Lafayette and New Iberia home. He is the second of 8 and cherishes every moment with his family back in the "Bayou State". His love for music began at an early age with a few guitar lessons from a local teacher. He began writing songs almost the moment he could play a simple chord structure. His biggest fans are his family and friends from the "Sugar Cane Capitol" of the world. His desire to move to Nashville didn't become a reality till 1991. After a few short years Rick had a single on the radio by a group called Western Flyer. The song "What Will You Do With M-E", co-written with Craig Martin, climbed all the way to 26 on the Billboard chart in the summer of 1996. Since that time Rick has had cuts by Montgomery/Gentry (The Fine Line), Gene Watson (Just In Case), The Del McCoury Band (Zero to Love), Joe Nichols (An Old Friend of Mine), Nu-Blue featuring legendary R&B singer Sam Moore (Jesus and Jones), Jeff Bates (For The Love of God), Bluegrass Legend Jeanette Williams (Not Ready to Let Go) and a patriotic tribute with over 100 million downloads on Dustin Evans (If I Die Before You Wake). In his 5th year Rick has performed House Shows from New York to California from Canada to South Florida logging thousands of miles with his wife Joyce and almost 300 1 1/2 hr moments of story and song. His pursuit of success in the music world is an inspiration. He has been a guide for countless dreamers that make the journey to the Music City. He's considered to be a role model when it comes to his love for his faith, family, friends, life and passion for the song.