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Hometown favorites Ryan Shupe and RubberBand bounce back to Kenley
Ogden-born fiddle wizard and singer/songwriter Ryan Shupe is returning to the Kenley Centennial Amphitheater with his longtime group, the RubberBand. Playing as part of the Summer Nights With the Stars series on Saturday, Aug. 11, Shupe is no stranger to that Layton stage.
RubberBand Defies Boundaries
You can do many things to and with Ryan Shupe's music -- groove to it, sing along with it, even just smile at it.
The one thing you cannot do is pigeonhole it.
Deseret News Review of Brand New Shoes
Bouncing back and forth: RubberBand invents its own musical style. Ryan Shupe and the RubberBand had to invent their own genre in order to play the kind of music they want: PostHeeHawFunkadelicHipHop-NewGrass....
Brand New Shoes Review by Country Weekly
Brand New Shoes Review by the Black Rose Acoustic Society
Utah-based Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband has gained a popular fan base in
Colorado from their frequent appearances in Telluride, Pueblo, Grand
Junction, and Denver....
That Nashville Sound CD Review
Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband will be unveiling a brand new album later this week- with an official launch date of May 27...
9513 Country Music Review
Comprised of Shupe (fiddle, guitar, ukulele, lead vocals), Roger Archibald (guitar, vocals), Ryan Tilby (bass guitar, vocals), Craig Miner (banjo, bouzouki, mandolin, guitar, vocals), and Bart Olson (drums), the band’s music has been described as “a breathtaking blast of manic musical virtuosity.” It certainly is an eclectic mix of several acoustic musical genres, leaning heaviest on country and bluegrass...
About.com review of
Country Standard Time CD Review
"Acoustic-based country seemed to be a lost art on the radio until Ryan Shupe and his RubberBand came along with the soft-spoken "Dream Big"...
Early review after album release, written by David Schultz.
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Opening for Trisha Yearwood Review
Trisha Yearwood performed two nights at the Las Vegas Hilton. I attended the first show on Friday, September 30th. Opening the show was Capitol Nashville's new group, Ryan Shupe & the RubberBand...
Ryan Shupe & the RubberBand's album Dream Big gets a stellar review on CMT.com
Dream Big Review by Record Riot
Cheerful, gimmicky, lightweight and likeable pop-country material that is destined to be quite popular....
Dream Big Review by Music Row Magazine
From the coilspring leap of “Banjo Boy” we suspect that this Salt Lake City quintet will not be taking us on a journey to the dark side...
LeAnn Rimes plays second fiddle to Ryan Shupe performance
LeAnn Rimes plays second fiddle to Ryan Shupe
Check out the review of the band's CMA fest performance at about.com.
Americana Roots Review