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Rock-pop artist Ryan Shupe releases new single

Utah-based rock/pop artist, Ryan Shupe, announces the release of his new single, “If I Stay,” from his upcoming eighth full-length album, We Rode On, set to release in Spring 2016. As an appetizer for the main course, Shupe has released a special “pre-release” EP of the same name which highlights five tracks from the full-length album along with a special personal introduction from Ryan Shupe. The We Rode On EP is currently available for purchase exclusively at RyanShupe.com.

A fifth-generation fiddler, Ryan Shupe first started playing the violin since age 5 and since then, has been singing, songwriting and playing the electric guitar, acoustic guitar and mandolin.​Shupe is known for his role as leader, songwriter, lead vocalist in the bluegrass/jam group,​Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband. The group has had a successful career spanning two decades and seven full-length albums, including D​ream Big,​which was released via Capitol Records, and was a Top 40 Hit on the U.S. Billboard Country Album Chart. The release of his upcomin​g album, and the evolutionary change in band name and focus, mark a shift in Shupe’s musical style to a more rock/pop sound. Having a highly focused vision for this album, Ryan wrote the songs, then produced and played almost all of the instruments himself. W​e Rode On t​aps into Shupe’s love for adult rock mixed with his love for acoustic instruments.


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