Ryan Ross Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Facts, Biography George Ross, Gyro, Ry, Fail Ross, Sun, Moon In 2004, Ryan Ross graduated from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada.
At the Disco, Ryan released a debut album titled A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out on September 27, 2005, via record label Decay dance / Fueled by Ramen. Ryan formed his first band named Pet Salamander with best friend Spencer Smith.
He (along with Brendon Erie, Spencer Smith, and Jon Walker) had been featured in the music video “Clothes Off! The two are friends and were close before and after Ryan broke up with his girlfriend Kellie in February 2009.
It is know that Ryan Ross cheated on her Force : Buzz net So I don't really know if they worked things out or not Since his split with Kellie back in February, Ryan has remained single.... Once a cheater always a cheater, I feel bad for his next girlfriend ^ NOT HIM. XD uh he's dating some girl who's like Kellie, but smaller.
Also, a couple of months back Ryan “married” her. Brendon has dated a few girls, along with the well-known Audrey Pitching.
Ryan has also dated a few girls, including model, JAK Vane and dancer girlfriend, Kellie Coleen. He has also recently tweeted and twit pic leading to the belief that he is married to Elizabeth Berg.
You'll see her talking to him via his twitter page on occasion. Edit: To the person above me, no, he never dated Kate Thompson. He started hanging out with his new neighbors, one of which being Kate Thompson.
Apparently nowadays, guys and girls can't hang out and take pictures/ post them on the internet without people assuming they are dating ... gosh... Keltie broke up with his after she found out that he was cheating on her (apparently he even slept with that person on Kellie's birthday...). Though neither Kellie nor Ryan have mentioned who this girl is, it is widely speculated that it was with Elizabeth Z Berg from the band The Like.
Also, people who were apparently at that party ('apparently' being the key word, as many people may just be making it up), but several sources say Courtney (Ryan's friend) knew Berg (that's why she was at Courtney's party) and was the one who introduced Z and Ryan. Ryan, however, says he didn't meet Z until 2009. It has been speculated that Ryan Ross and Berg are now a couple, as both Ryan and Z tweet pictures of the two of them together regularly, with at least 90% of those photo's having at least one person touching the other in some way.
Ryan is currently datingZBerg, vocalist for LA based girl band The Like. Ryan at the moment is dating who ever he cheated on Kellie with, not sure her name though.
Yes, Ryan Ross and Berg are currently dating (and they're kind of adorable together as well). I agree thought, they might make a really cute couple- But Ryan isn't interested in Z.
The two are friends and were close before and after Ryan broke up with his girlfriend Kellie in February 2009. Right now, he is happily datingZBerg, vocalist for the band The Like.
Berg and Ryan Ross are going to hang with their pals and change the music business. At The Disco and the Young Veins are looking to spend their late summer going on vacation with their buddies and disrupting everything about rock shows.
Introducing the Dead End Kids Club 1st Annual Fall Ball, where Berg and Ross enlist a bunch of their friends as both backing musicians and center-stage solo artists for a touring campaign aiming to be more than three bands and everybody looking like they just rolled out of bed. In addition to Berg and Ross solo moments, fans can check out sets from Dan Eyes (Recover, Young Love) and suave AF dance punks Palm Springsteen, fronted by Nick Binman and featuring former Portugal.
Read more: ‘Coraline’ live-action remake talk leaves author as confused as internet The Dead End Kids tour is an experiment on every level, from the performers to the music itself to the event aesthetics, all the way to how the tour is being booked. Prior to the tour’s launch in late September, fans of the performers are asked to register over at Road Nation, an online portal to assist artists in promotion and marketing, determining the routing of the tour.
The takeaway of this piece is very simple: Berg, Ross and associates are looking to bring some glamour and escapism to indie rock’s tired populist hegemony and are looking to do it with camaraderie (their besties), efficiency (via Road Nation) and the participation of all of their fans, who should show up at their prom-rock bacchanals in the appropriate attire. On the Dead End Kids Club press release you cite such classic-rock cavalcades as Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue and Joe Cocker’s Mad Dogs And Englishmen as inspiration.
I’m trying to think of a recent tour where musician friends in various permutations take turns behind the center-stage mic, pull from a vast catalog of songs and create that idea of the one-time event. This has its own spirit, and a huge part of that comes from the fact that we are all extremely close friends.
As much as it is for people to come see the show, the concept of getting all of my best friends in a sprinter and driving across the country is an ideal scenario. And I was at the point where I was like, “I don’t want to go see three bands play one after the other in a black box club.
I started to think about how to create something that was not just the show but an experience, something interactive and immersive. You go home and feel like, in some small way, you’ve been changed.
So the shows range from five to 10 of my closest artist friends and forcing them to play a song after another, and then everyone backs me up at the last set. And I basically wrangled Ryan to be a part of this every single time, whether he says “yes” or not.
The poster of the musicians is styled like a next-gen iteration of the classic ’60s Rat Pack. And you want people coming to the show to step up the game and be a part of this world.
BERG : At this last prom show, there were 100 girls in formal dresses waiting outside at 7 a.m. I don’t think you’d want to play to six people at the Bloody Duck in Crib Death, Iowa, on a Wednesday night.
If you’re trying to create a sense of pageantry nightly, it would be hard to maintain your enthusiasm for it if you’re playing for six people and a handful of alcoholics at the end of the bar. I have watched fans, peers and family members, every single person say , “I had a terrible prom.” Everyone wants a do-over.
ROSS : Next year, we’re going to take on Easter, Christmas and bad birthdays. There’s a quote in the press release I want to dig into: “Some of us were in love; some of us were enemies.
Read more: Ryan Ross makes return to the stage, teases new music You’ve both been in a couple of bands. BERG : Both of us have been in the situation where you’ve been on tour, and you play the exact same set every night, over and over.
This time, not only being in four different people’s bands, I want to write a song one morning and try it out that night. Make it a new experience every night, so it doesn’t lose that feeling of spontaneity.
I’m doing a cover of Johnny Thunders’ “Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory.” We should have some stuff completely done before the year. That cover will be Ryan’s song on it, and an original Ryan Ross single will come out around the time of the tour.
I’m going to force Ryan to play a Young Veins song for me at some point. Read more: Watch Ryan Ross play dead in a new music video Ryan’s not pulling out anything from Pretty.
Ryan, you handed Brendon Erie the keys to the Panic! Factory and never looked back, copped to any regrets or even seemed interested in starting a new band.
For a while there, at the time that the Young Veins split up, I didn’t really know what to do, and it wasn’t a great place to be. Were splitting, and there was no question in your mind: “I am physically incapable of doing something unless it 100% represents me.” It’s completely insane but wildly admirable.