Ryan Redebaugh is a music composer, songwriter and actor based in New York City. As a music composer, Redebaugh has composed for Inc. Magazine’s popular Webby Award nominated webseries “How I Did It,” Brooklyn’s television channel BRIC TV and the feature length documentary film “What’s Love Got to Do With It?” featuring Michael Beckwith (The Secret). His instrumental pieces serve to bring out the emotion and truth of a story, heightening the viewing experience for all types of media including film, games and commercial media. Having studied Drama at NYU, Redebaugh employs a thorough understanding of the emotional arc of a story and it’s characters when creating the musical landscape, structure and tone of his work.
Redebaugh graduated from NYU’s Tisch Drama program where he received a B.F.A in Theatre while studying at the Atlantic Theater Company. Recent film/tv credits include co-starring work on HBO’s “Crashing”, Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum”, Discovery ID’s “Frenemies”, Bio Channel’s “Celebrity Ghost Stories” and National Geographic Channel’s “Brain Games.” Ryan has also starred in a number of independent feature length films, national television commercials, network talk shows, theater productions, industrials, corporate videos and voice-over work.
Also a talented songwriter, Redebaugh independently released his debut full length album “New Life” in 2011. 2014 saw the release of his sophomore record titled “Nearby Places.” Redebaugh’s songs are uplifting in nature and richly composed with themes touching on love, loss, hope and renewal. His rock sound is primarily driven by piano with rich layers of guitars, strings and electronic elements. Redebaugh currently performs with his band at some of New York City’s finest music clubs. His music may be found on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and everywhere music can be found.
For booking and all other inquiries, Ryan may be contacted at RyanRedebaugh@gmail.com.
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