"Where There's A Will, There's A Way"!
That’s the way Will Ready lives his life. No excuses, no regrets and no looking back! Will's approach to success has everything to do with perfection, his love of music, writing and a strong Will to ensure he arrives at his destination Ready for any obstacles he may need to face.
Will's story reflects his love of basketball, his admiration of pioneers in the music business and a small twist of fate that sidelined him from basketball and placed him on the path of melodies and music. At 6’4" and 200 pounds, Will’s presence is hard to miss. It seemed natural that basketball would be part of his life and it was until a fatal knee injury took him away from college basketball and into the arena of show stopping entertainment. Will’s full service music business, known as (RMG) Ready Music Group, is built for success. Will views the injury as a blessing in disguise, one which he capitalized on through his music and keen business savvy.
Will is the total package Smooth R&B, Soul, Jazz entertainer. His quests has landed him on the international radar with welcoming fans in Europe, Japan and the Caribbean. Will has opened shows for music legends such as Chaka Khan, The Temptations, The Whispers, Al Jarreau, Zapp, Midnight Star, Slave, and Howard Hewitt amongst others.
Recording and performing professional for over 20 years, Will Ready has released 5 CDs with the label Ready Music Group and his latest hit "Seduction" is receiving air play
domestic and internationally.
Will attributes his silky seductive style to his love of R&B, Soul, Jazz artists such as Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly, Maxwell, Kem, Luther Vandross, Keith Sweat, John Legend, and R. Kelly. Ready or not, Will has the soulful sound of a balladeer whose focus is to please and tease.
Not only is Will Ready a talented artist, he's also a professional actor with film credits! Will Ready is excited about his upcoming role as Detective Omar Patton in the new J. Mark Eiden/45th Parallel Production Film, "Fork"!
Created: March 9, 2016, 9:08 a.m.
Last Modified: Nov. 18, 2016, 1:32 p.m.