Singer/songwriter Ryan Cassata will be performing in NY on Thursday, September 30th and Friday, October 1st, 2021.
Ryan Cassata (he/him) is an award-winning singer-songwriter, actor, performer, writer, LGBTQ activist and motivational speaker based in Los Angeles.
With over 600 performances nationwide and internationally and seven original and critically-acclaimed musical albums, Ryan is proud to be recognized as the first openly-trans performer at the Vans Warped Tour, in addition to featured performances at Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Green Show, Global Pride and the world’s biggest pride festivals, and SXSW in Austin, Texas. Praised by The Advocate Magazine, Ryan has been named a “Transgender Singing Sensation.”
Paper Magazine has also included Ryan Cassata on their “50 LGBTQ Musicians You Should Prioritize” list, and LOGO’s New Now Next included Ryan on the “9 Trans Musicians You Need To Get Into” list. Billboard Magazine has referred to Ryan Cassata as a “true force in the industry,” honoring him as one of the esteemed “11 Transgender & Non-Binary Musicians You Need To Know” while premiering his award-winning music video “Daughter,” garnering over 1 Million views on Youtube and 1M streams on Spotify. Ryan’s music has been featured on Sirius XM Radio, BBC Radio 4 and various other broadcast channels worldwide. Ryan Cassata is the proud recipient of The ASCAP Foundation 2019 Mariana and Paul Williams “Sunlight of the Spirit” award, presented to an individual considered exemplary in recovery and music creativity for his song, “Jupiter.”
Ryan Cassata Performance Dates & Venues:
Bellport Brewing Company
14 Station Rd
Bellport, New York
Knitting Factory Brooklyn
361 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Get tickets on https://www.ryancassata.com or on Bands in Town https://www.bandsintown.com/a/1142369-ryan-cassata?affil_code=js_www.ryancassata.com&app_id=js_www.ryancassata.com&came_from=242&utm_campaign=artist&utm_medium=web&utm_source=widget
Photo Credit: Asher Phoenix
essential crossover pop just after disco’s height
a nihilist’s anthem
Do You Believe In the Paranormal?
too on the nose
into rock god land
The venue is deeply symbolic
Rock Star Review – ARO Rose “Tarrant”
The Monkees Micky Dolenz & Mike Nesmith’s Farewell Tour At The Town Hall, Sunday, October 24th, 2021, Reviewed
Micky carried Mike for two hours, paid tribute to the Country Americana pop song writers skills, and made certain Nez looked swell
a lame 94K EAUs
“Hard” begs for a live show