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Ryan Shupe and the RubberBand

Ryan Shupe and the RubberBand

Ryan Shupe and the RubberBand


A fiddle player since the age of 5, Ryan Shupe first worked as part of a group at 10 years old when his dad brought together a bunch of talented kids to play in a band. He joined various types of musical groups in his teens and in college, only to be disappointed to see them break up just as they seemed to be in a groove. He decided to start his own band that would not break up and called it the RubberBand, because it was meant to be elastic. He brought in the players he needed but only when he needed them. Read more on Last.fm
A fiddle player since the age of 5, Ryan Shupe first worked as part of a group at 10 years old when his dad brought together a bunch of talented kids to play in a band. He joined various types of musical groups in his teens and in college, only to be disappointed to see them break up just as they seemed to be in a groove. He decided to start his own band that would not break up and called it the RubberBand, because it was meant to be elastic. He brought in the players he needed but only when he needed them. (There might be just one other musician sharing the stage with him or there might be four others.) The lineup changed constantly until, without even trying to make it happen, the membership jelled. Ryan Shupe & The RubberBand is an American country music group founded in the mid-1990s.

Currently, the band's lineup comprises Ryan Shupe (fiddle, lead vocals), Roger Archibald (guitar, vocals), Ryan Tilby (bass guitar, vocals), Craig Miner (banjo, bouzouki, mandolin, guitar, vocals), and Bart Olson (drums).[1] After recording four studio albums on an independent record label, Ryan Shupe & The RubberBand was signed to Capitol Records in 2005.[1][2] Their first album for Capitol, 2005's Dream Big, produced a Top 40 hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in its title track; its second single, however, failed to chart, and the band was dropped from Capitol soon afterward. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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