Ricky's Poster from Cicada Club 1Ricky Medlin has been dubbed “Rat Pack Ricky” by musicians, restaurant owners, and audiences alike. Due in part by the style of music that he performs and his various samplings of music from the “Great American Songbook.”

Ricky has received critical acclaim from music professionals and loyal clients that have witnessed his live performances. He has been the recipient of singing awards – including a worldwide talent contest sponsored by the United States Air Force.

Ricky recently performed shows at the Legendary Copacabana, in NYC, and performed at the Avalon Ball, which is held at the historic casino on Catalina Island. He currently entertains at special events, Fairs, restaurants and night clubs in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. He continues to be a featured artist at the historic Cicada Club in downtown Los Angeles, as well as the Smoke House in Burbank. Ricky was recently credited for breaking through an elusive barrier by being asked to open and close for two up and coming Rock bands – The Strips, and Dead Poet Society at the historic Roxy, located on the Sunset Strip. A rocker commented: “The real Rat Pack are probably raising a glass to Ricky for being one of a limited number of crooners ever to perform at this historically Rock & Roll venue.” Ricky’s performance earned him numerous accolades and an open invitation to return for future performances….stay tuned!

Ricky enjoys giving back to his community by lending his musical talents to worthwhile charitable organizations such as:

  •  Boys and Girls Club
  • Wounded Warrior Project
  • Oasis Battered Women’s Shelter
  • Child and Family Guidance Centers of Los Angeles
  • Breast Cancer Awareness
  • The Bob Hope USO
  • Our Armed Forces
  • Help For Heroes

Ricky appreciates your trust by allowing him the opportunity to provide the entertainment for your honored guests. So, without further ado, let’s dim the lights and enjoy the smooth sounds of Ricky Medlin!

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