The new album “Night Owls” arrives Friday 9.23.22
A collection of songs about what keeps you up at night. Songs about love lost, uncertain times in a changing world, feeling distanced, missing the best of times and longing to contribute and leave behind something of lasting value. “Night Owls” features acoustic driven ballads, gritty electronic anthems and groove based indie rock. The project was created over the pandemic years at Ryan’s home studio in Chicago and later LA and via remote collaborations with musicians and engineers in NYC. This is Ryan’s fourth LP release and features some of his most mature songwriting and ambitious productions to date. “Night Owls” takes you on a poignant and thoughtful storytelling arc.
– “Lost and Found” Out Now –
Listen here: https://smarturl.it/RRLostandFound
– “Good Ole Days” Out Now –
Listen here: https://smarturl.it/GoodOleDays
– “Corner of My Universe” Out Now –
Listen here: https://smarturl.it/CornerOfMyUniverse
– “True North” Album (2019) Out Now –
Stream/Download here: https://smarturl.it/TNalbum
True North is an album that takes a look at the journey of finding one’s own true north, one’s own life compass.
Ryan Redebaugh is a composer, songwriter and music producer. He has independently written, produced and released three albums of original singer-songwriter material. “New Life” (2011), “Nearby Places” (2014) and his latest and most ambitious release “True North” (2019) feature piano driven rock songs, sensitive guitar ballads and ambient, electronic pop material. His songs are richly composed with themes touching on love, loss, hope and renewal with a focus on exploring the deeper meanings in life. His songwriting is both honest and reflective in nature and incorporates character driven storytelling.
Year in Review (Live):
Whiskey Woman (Music Video):
Ghost of the Coast of California (Music Video):
Year in Review (Acoustic):
Year in Review (Music Video):
On out the Light (Music Video):
– The follow up album to True North is out now: True North (Acoustic Sessions) –
“Transient” Acoustic Performance