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Ryan Cabrera

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DJ Body Rock - Spinning Late 90's and Early 2000's Jams!

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Aboard The Circle Line

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Circle Line Manhattan Pier 83 - 42nd St and West Side Highway!

Boards: 6:00pm / Departs: 7:00pm

Advance: $40 / Day of Show: $45

This event is All ages

Tickets

O-TOWN In 1999, ABC began airing one of the first reality shows in major network history, “Making the Band”, which chronicled the formation and rise to success of the boy band, O-Town. The public tuned in to watch as Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada, Ashley Parker Angel, & Dan Miller signed with Clive Davis’ J Records, released the #1 singles “Liquid Dreams”and “All or Nothing”, and achieved platinum success with their debut album. Despite their success, the band broke up in 2004 both to escape an unfair record contract and to pursue individual endeavors. After a crash course in the entertainment industry in their early twenties, the guys have enjoyed branching off into different facets of the entertainment business. Their first experience left them with a desire to become more educated, seeing first hand how incredibly complicated (and sometimes corrupt) the industry can be. And now, after 10 years apart, Trevor, Jacob, Erik, and Dan are reuniting as friends with a renewed passion for making music together again. “This one’s for the fans and everyone who supported us from the beginning.”– O-Town
Ryan Cabrera
Ryan Cabrera
With the help of his older brother, Ryan's new band became one of the most popular unit bands in the Dallas area. Rubix Groove headlined clubs and began playing multiple shows a week. While still in high school, Cabrera had the opportunity to share the stage with Cheap Trick, Ben Harper, and Third Eye Blind. But when Ryan's brother bought him a block of studio time for his birthday, things began to change.

In the summer of 2001, Cabrera took a break from touring - but only because he went into the studio to record his own independent album, Elm St. Ryan spent long days and nights producing, singing, and playing the music for the tracks he was recording. Ryan's hard work paid off. Elm St. flew off local store shelves and online stores and is now nearly impossible to find. The amazing response to Elm St. led to Ryan leaving Rubix Groove behind.

Ryan made the decision to really focus on music and decided to drop out of the University of Texas. He found a respected vocal coach from Dallas and began intense training to prepare him for what was to come.

Shortly after Elm St. was released, manager Joe Simpson recognized Ryan's talent and immediately signed him to his management company. A few months later, Cabrera signed a multi-record deal with Atlantic Records. Once the record deal was set, the writing process began.

Ryan Cabrera's album, Take It All Away, is co-produced by himself and John Rzeznik of The Goo Goo Dolls and is scheduled for release on August 17, 2004. Cabrera's first single, "On the Way Down" is currently on regular rotation on radio stations across the country and the video for "On the Way Down" features actress/musician Ashlee Simpson, sister of Jessica Simpson and daughter of manager Joe Simpson.

In the midst of preparing for the release of Take It All Away, Ryan is playing live as a supporting act for Jessica Simpson. Ryan is sure to be an everlasting musician with his unique sound and continuous hard work - and he's just begun.
DJ Body Rock - Spinning Late 90's and Early 2000's Jams!
DJ Body Rock - Spinning Late 90's and Early 2000's Jams!
Aboard The Circle Line
Aboard The Circle Line

This cruise is aboard the CIRCLE LINE MANHATTAN and will depart from the Circle Line Pier (Pier 83) at 42nd Street and The West Side Highway.

We will be boarding and departing at the times listed on your ticket and are not able to allow refunds if you miss the boat. So, dont be late - it sure ain't pretty to be standin' on the dock, watching the party sailing away!

There are cash bars on board (as well as food for purchase) so make sure to swing by the ATM on your way to the boat. All cruises are 3 hours long unless otherwise noted. If you have any questions about the show or your purchase, please contact Sancho Dominguez at sancho@rocksoff.com or check out our FAQ page on www.rocksoff.com

Departs From: 

Circle Line Pier 83 - W. 42nd Street and West Side Hwy.
*RAIN OR SHINE!*
*LAST CALL for the boats is 5 minutes before departure. After this time your tickets may be forfeited and you may not be able to board the boat, so please arrive early*