Ryan Vosler

Ryan Vosler


Its my own genre I call pop punk, acoustic rock/emo


Ryan Vosler, age 23, was born and raised in Airmont, New York, a suburb just north of New York City. Highly influenced by his two older brothers, Ryan began playing the guitar at the age of 11. By the age of 13, Ryan was writing his own music and lyrics. Former guitarist and vocalist for the band New Kind of Conflict, Vosler experienced the thrill of performing in front of live audiences and recording music. Ryan’s musical influences include many genres of music ranging from punk to rock & roll, as well as the blues and acoustic rock. In 2003, Ryan pursued his own music as a solo artist; the genre he calls ‘pop-punk acoustic rock/emo.’ In 2007, Ryan traveled to Boston to record his song “memories,” which has a possible chance of being aired on CW 11’s One Tree Hill.
Vosler hooked up with famous singer/song writer, Frank Enea, and began recording at Satellite Sound Studios in Mt. Kisco, New York. Ryan then received the Isaac Figgs Memorial Scholarship from the National Guitar workshop but was unable to attend. Vosler joined TAXI with hopes to get his music into music libraries and labels. Ryan’s been contacted by independent and major labels in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami. Ryan Vosler placed high in the Red Carpet Music Group competition and is anxiously waiting for a response. Ryan’s large fan base and his own determination have lead to previous success and his passion and love for music may only produce more success in the future. Many of Vosler’s songs may be found on iTunes, Rhapsody, e-music, and Napster. Ryan is also a member of IACmusic.com, Purevolume, and Music Nation. His music may also be found at myspace.com/ryanvosler and heard on the Internet radio station STEEL93.


Music can be found and purchased all over the web, including iTUNES, napster, rhapsody, e music and a lot of internet and college radio stations

Set List

committed to you
why go
make this last
fall to pieces
a few mike pinto covers and some other well known acoustic covers