CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ARTIST BARRON RYAN RELEASES HIS RENDITION OF “TIGER RAG” TO COMMEMORATE 100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Barron Ryan 08.16.17

Originally Recorded in 1917 by the Original Dixieland Jass BandNASHVILLE, Tenn. – To commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the original recording of “Tiger Rag”, contemporary jazz pianist Barron Ryan has released his rendition of the jazz standard.

The song was originally recorded by the Original Dixieland Jass Band in 1917. It is one of the most recorded jazz compositions of all time. In 2003, the 1918 ODJB recording of "Tiger Rag" was placed on the U.S. Library of Congress National Recording Registry.

“Tiger...

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CONCERT JAZZ PIANIST BARRON RYAN RELEASES NEW ALBUM, THE MASTERS’ APPRENTICE

Barron Ryan 06.30.17

Barron Ryan, one of the most talented up-and-coming concert pianists in the country released his debut album, The Masters' Apprentice today!

Barron Ryan’s love for music has always been divided. The son of two musicians, he grew up in a house filled with the sounds of artists ranging from Chopin to James Brown. So when it comes to his own performing, he’s not content drawing on just one influence. He combines them all into a musical adventure that’s vintage yet fresh, historical yet hip, classic yet cool.

"The Masters' Apprentice is a story of resilience,” states Ryan. “It's the story of persevering through rejection from...

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WEBSTER PUBLIC RELATIONS SIGNS CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ARTIST BARRON RYAN

Barron Ryan 06.13.17

Webster Public Relations is honored to add contemporary Jazz artist Barron Ryan to their roster. Ryan will be releasing his new album, The Masters' Apprentice later this year.

“I’m excited to welcome Barron Ryan to the Webster family. Ryan is one of the most talented musicians I have seen in a long time and I look forward to helping him build his career in the music industry,” said Kirt Webster.

Barron Ryan’s love for music has always been divided. The son of two musicians, he grew up in a house filled with the sounds of artists ranging from Chopin to James Brown. So when it comes to his own performing, he’s not content drawing on just...

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