HITMAKER AND TASTEMAKER RYAN CABRERA... IS BACK!
Rocker is releasing new album this Fall and hitting the road this summer
New York, NY - (April 12, 2011) - You may remember him best for his string of hits including "On The Way Down," "True," and "40 Kinds of Sadness," but Ryan Cabrera is back fresh on the scene - in a big way. Set to headline this Summer's Bamboozle Fest and play a few one-off dates, Ryan will devote much of the coming months to his new album, due out in late Fall.
After having spent most of last year touring Asia and Europe and coming off his appearances on The Hills with then-girlfriend Audrina Patridge, Ryan is ready for some true studio time back home in L.A., writing and recording his newest venture.
Joining him in collaboration is a slew of industry heavy hitters, including Sabelle Breer and Curt Frasca (Butch Walker, Janet Jackson, Madonna, Mariah Carey) who, in conjunction with Ryan, were responsible for mega hit "On The Way Down." Also on board is Sacha Skarbek (Adele, Sir Paul McCartney, Duffy, Jon Bon Jovi, James Blunt, Amanda Ghost), Dallas Austin (Pink, Gwen Stefani, Madonna), Printz Board (founding member of Black Eyed Peas, Katy Perry, John Legend) and Jimmy Messer (Kelly Clarkson's "Never Again," Neon Trees, Kanye West).
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