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Ryan Huston


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In 2005 Ryan recorded and released his debut LP Right Songs For No One. The record featured 16 songs which were written, performed and produced entirely by Ryan. Since its release Right Songs For No One has become an internet and independent sensation. Thanks to a growing legion of fans online Ryan has sold over 15,000 copies of his record in a little over a year with no official distribution and promotion based solely on word-of-mouth. His following continues to grow on a daily basis thanks in large part to his presence on where he has over 3.5 million plays of his songs and over 143,000 “friends”.

Word of this growing activity quickly spread to local, commercial radio and nationwide college radio. Ryan has done on-air interviews and in-studio performances at dozens various stations. He has had songs placed on TV networks such as Lifetime, MTV, The “N” and also various film projects. He has a growing live fan base routinely selling out shows in his home town of Santa Rosa, California. His song, “Thank You” was chosen by the people at TARGET to put on their compilation CD called, Acoustic Mood which was released on October 15th. Ryan was 1 of 2 unsigned artists that were featured on that 17 track CD. After the release of Acoustic Mood, the programming director on SIRIUS Satellite Radio was overwhelmed with requests to play Ryan. “Thank You” is now currently being played daily on Acoustic Coffee House, Channel 30. Since then, three additional songs have also been added into the rotation. Ryan was also recently featured on a podcast by music industry powerhouse BMI which stacked him against 3 other artists in a battle-of-the-bands format in which the winner was determined by fans votes.


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