In this is time of physical distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic many are experiencing emotional pain and loss. If grief is disrupting your daily routine or physical health if you are struggling to cope with feelings of sadness, guilt, anger, confusion, longing, anxiety, loneliness, fear or any other grief-related responses, you are not alone.
Enjoy some awesome ‘music therapy’ from my brother and friend Roger Ryan. He literally just sat at the piano and poured these expressions onto the keys… the message is in the music. Why not visit Roger Ryan's website and send him some love.
Music Is For The SOUL!
That’s the premise on which Roger Ryan has built his musical career. Roger is a graduate of Oakwood College, where he majored in Piano Performance and Graduate studies in Arranging at The University Of Alabama,Tuscaloosa which launched his producing career.
This Grammy, Dove nominated, and Juno Award winning producer has considerable experience. His work has run the full spectrum of the industry and spanned a wide range of genres. Directing multiple choirs and small groups, his talents have taken him around to world; Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, the Fiji Islands, Vienna, Germany, Milan, the Ukraine, Hungary, the UK and Moscow just to name a few.
Highlights in his career include (production/performances):
First Music Director for Gospel diva, Cece Winans
Musician with Country/Pop great Wynonna Judd
Arranging and production for Reverend Shirley Caesar (Queen of Gospel)
Written and/or arranged music for various recording artists such as Yolanda Adams, Alvin Slaughter, and others.
Invitation from actress Ashley Judd to play for her wedding in Scotland
Touring Europe as a vocalist with the acclaimed group Take 6
Live performances with artist such as (Just to name a few): Whitney Houston, Faith Hill, Michael W. Smith, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Earl Klugh, Kirk Whalum, Denise Williams, Amy Grant, Kenny Rogers, Fred Hammond, Jackie Velasquez, Crystal Gale, Karen Clark Sheard, Anointed, Desmond Pringle, the Blue Notes