If you were to sit down with Ryan Beaver for a casual conversation, within minutes you would realize that Ryan's music is a transparent representation of who he is to the core: humble, levelheaded, genuine. He's a deeply rooted family guy from a small town in Northeast Texas, who set aside his marketing degree from Texas State, and discovered himself in the artistic community of Austin. "I've grown up my entire life with music," Ryan explains. "Singing...playing drums, piano, guitar. Music was something I couldn't shake." Within the span of a few short years, he wrote and independently released 2008's Under the Neons and 2011's Constant.
Darrell Goldman released his first full-length album titled The Bed I've Made in January, a heartfelt project he wrote and produced himself. Darrell's not just some starry-eyed kid hoping to make it in the music biz. Instead, he's a seasoned, serious performer with a passion for songwriting and touching people's lives with music, "that magical something" he says, "that has a way of bringing people together like nothing else in the world. That's what I love."
I have been consumed by my love of music going back before I could walk, hard to believe but even as a toddler holding on to the side of my playpen I was dancing up and down to the beat of music according to mom and dad.