Ryan Star has been making his mark on the music world since he appeared on the CBS reality
show Rock Star: Supernova in 2006. Now, he is racking up music awards for his killer songwriting skills, and performing his
latest music for adoring fans all over the world. His first single "Stay Awhile" was a huge hit, reaching No. 28 on the Billboard
Adult Pop Songs chart. And he's not only found success on the charts, but also as a YouTube artist. His videos have gotten
more than two million views. His latest EP, Animals, is already receiving buzz and fans can't seem to get enough of this up-and-coming
He's currently on tour, promoting his latest album, and giving his fans what they want most—to see him
performing his music live, in person. He will be making stops in New York and many other cities across the country. Don't
miss your chance to see this amazing singer and songwriter in person when he comes to a town near you.
Star was a contestant on the show Rock Star: Supernova, where contestants competed to be the new lead singer for rocker Tommy
Lee's band Supernova. The judges on the show—Tommy Lee himself and Dave Navarro to name a few—continued to praise
Star for his unique style and ability to perform consistently well. Star was eliminated during the first few weeks of the
show, but earned a chance to return to the show after fans voted to have him return. He performed the song "Back of Your Car"
and won a Honda CR-V. He also won the heart of television producer and show creator Mark Burnett, who loaned the show's house
band to the singer so he could record an album and jump-start his career. Star has also appeared on other television shows
like the Rachael Ray show and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
About the Artist
Ryan Star grew up in Huntington,
New York, where he was always interested in music. At the age of 14, he formed a band called Stage and began performing at
local venues and recording his own music. The band released several EPs throughout the late 90s and early 2000s, and gained
a considerable following. They were signed to Maverick Records and released a self-titled studio album during their time with
the label. While still in high school, the talented teens performed at legendary concert venues like CBGB's and the Mercury
Lounge. But Stage soon disbanded and Star decided to pursue a solo career. He independently produced an album called Songs
from the Eye of an Elephant and found a following of devoted fans.
Star worked tirelessly for years, honing his skills
and writing original music. He released his EP, Last Train Home in 2009, which contained the popular song "Breathe." The music
video appeared on CNN.com that same year when it was revealed that it highlighted the real lives of 18 unemployed people.
Star even went a step further to help the people in the video and others like them by establishing a website called breathe4jobs.com
to allow potential employers to contact those in need of jobs.
His first major studio album, 11:59, was released during
a sold-out performance at the legendary Irving Plaza in New York City. It debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard Rock Albums Chart,
and became an instant hit with fans. After some disputes with his label over supporting his song, "Stay Awhile," Star decided
to take matters into his own hands. He released the music video for the song on YouTube, and it became an instant sensation.
He even received attention from MTV's Buzzworthy. He racked up over a million hits on YouTube and topped the Hot AC and Adult
Pop Songs charts with the single. The media attention caught the attention at Island Records, and he eventually signed with
the label after having a chat with legendary perform Jon Bon Jovi who had been with the label for more than 30 years.
then, Star's career has taken off and he's recently released his latest EP, Animals. He's currently on tour, promoting his
latest music, and giving his fans what they really want—to see him perform live. With talent and charisma to spare,
it is obvious that this singer has a long career ahead of him.
Star has been
consistently successful in the music business with his fan-favorite albums and EPs and his larger-than-life stage presence.
Although he had marked success with his first few projects, it wasn't until the release of his independently-produced single
"Stay Awhile" that Star got on the world's radar. When he posted the music video to YouTube, he became an instant hit and
has been riding the wave of fame ever since.
With experience performing alongside music
industry giants like Bon Jovi, Train, The Script and Rob Thomas, Ryan Star knows how to put on a great live show. With rock
and roll moves and movie star good looks, this talented singer, songwriter and guitarist will thrill you from the first note
until the last. Don't miss your chance to be there when this killer performer takes the stage.