Ryan Payne Band
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Ryan Payne Band

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, United States | INDIE

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, United States | INDIE
Band Pop Christian


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"First Fridays Chambersburg"

"June 4, 2010 Ryan Payne Band Come check out some of the local talent with the Ryan Payne Band."
- Downtown Business Council of Chambersburg, Inc., 1st Fridays Chambersburg (Jun 01, 2010) - Downtown Business Council of Chambersburg, Inc.

"The Uprise Festival set in Shippensburg"

"The Uprise Festival set in Shippensburg SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - The Uprise Festival at the Shippensburg Fairgrounds is set for this Saturday, with gates opening at 11 a.m. and the festival from noon to 10 p.m. Artists will include Skillet, newsboys, Red, The Almost, Fireflight, Disciple, KJ-52, Decyfer Down, Abandon, B. Reith, Everyday Sunday, Brooke Barrettsmith, Hyland, Crimson Door, Next 2 Nothing, Ryan Payne Band, with the event speaker set to be Bob Lenz. Free activities will include inflatables, skate park, paintball, seminars, volleyball, karaoke, free Starbucks, children's tent, video game den, prizes and a youth pastor lounge. The cost is $30 at the gate, and more information is available by calling 717-491-1955 or visiting uprisefest.com."
- journalnews.net, Live Music for Sept 16 (Sep 16, 2010) - journalnew.net


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The Ryan Payne Band, a four-piece Christian alternative band hailing from Chambersburg, PA, has been making a name for itself with area music lovers and, as a result, has garnered a solid fan base. If you are a fan of indie rock, pop, alternative, or worship music, The Ryan Payne Band is likely to strike your fancy quickly.

RPB’s sound is familiar enough to catch your attention and at the same time interesting enough to hold it, drawing definite comparisons to artists such as Downhere, The Fray, The Rocket Summer, and Ben Folds Five. Each song strives to bring the band members’ Christian worldview to life without being preachy or cliché. “I want the music we play and the lyrics we sing to encourage people in life and to challenge their perspectives,” states Payne passionately. “I want people to hear truth when we perform. I want them all to be entertained, but, admittedly, if that’s all they leave with they’ve been short-changed.”

In a world of gray areas and over complications, the RPB’s message is one of simplicity. “We just want our music to positively impact as many people as possible.” With eyes wide open the Ryan Payne Band plans to continue bringing its talented songwriting and clear vision to the world for years to come. Will you be along for the ride? We hope so.