Ryan Cabrera is a singer, composer, and guitarist who got his start in the music industry as the lead singer for the band Rubix Groove, which is based in Dallas. After that, he pursued a career as a solo artist and made his debut with the album “Elm Street” in the year 2001. There have been further albums released by Cabrera, such as “Take it All Away,” “You Stand Watching,” and “The Moon Under Water.”
In the Beginning
On the 18th of July, 1982 found Ryan Cabrera was born in the city of Dallas, Texas. Jesuit College Preparatory School was the place he attended to get his education. After that, he went on to receive his education at the University of Texas in Dallas. Cabrera made his debut in the world of professional music with the band Rubix Groove, which served as an opening act for a number of well-known musicians, including Third Eye Blind and Cheap Trick.
Cabrera contributed three original songs to the album Rubix Groove. Because of the excellent quality of his work, an engineer at Deep Ellum Studios granted him permission to record an entire album without charging him any fees. This eventually resulted in Cabrera releasing his first album, titled “Elm St.”, in the year 2001. In addition, he became a member of the Atlantic Records roster that same year.
First Major Success as a Recording Artist
In 2004, with the release of his major-label debut single “On the Way Down,” Cabrera experienced his first major success as a recording artist. “On the Way Down” The song was included on Cabrera’s album “Take it All Away,” which was released in 2004, and the album made its debut at number eight on the Billboard 200 chart. The song itself reached number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The songs “True” and “40 Kinds of Sadness” were released as additional singles from the album “Take it All Away.”
Additional Albums as well as Singles
After achieving his first major success, Cabrera followed it up in 2005 with the release of his second studio album, titled “You Stand Watching.” It made its debut at number 24 on the Billboard 200 and was responsible for the release of the singles “Shine On” and “Photo.” The latter of these songs was influenced by Cabrera’s friendship with Ashlee Simpson.
The song “I Will Remember You” was originally released as a single by Cabrera in 2006, then it was later re-recorded and included on his album “The Moon Under Water” in 2008. This album unfortunately was not able to replicate Cabrera’s past accomplishments, and it debuted quite low on the Billboard 200 chart at position 177. Singles such as “Say” and “Enemies” were released by the band.
New singles by Cabrera were released that year, with titles including “Home” and “I See Love.” After another year had passed, he made history by being the first artist to sign with Dynamite Music. Soon after, he issued the single “House on Fire.” The following year, 2015, saw the publication of an extended play by Cabrera titled “Wake Up Beautiful.”
Other Attempts in the Musical Field
In addition to the albums he has released under his own name, Cabrera has also contributed to the soundtracks of the movies “Son of the Mask” and “Fantastic Four” with the songs “Inside Your Mind” and “Always Come Back to You,” respectively. Later, in 2013, he undertook tours of the United States with Teddy Geiger and Tyler Hilton, as well as tours of the United Kingdom and Ireland with the band Boyce Avenue.
Both tours took place in the same year. In addition to his various musical endeavors, Cabrera is the leader of the musical collective known as Beyond the Sky, which is comprised of vocalists, musicians, and producers who work in a variety of musical styles. At the beginning of 2016, the band disseminated its debut single, titled “Right on the Money.”
Appearances on Television and Other Forms of Media
Over the years, Cabrera has made guest appearances on a number of different reality television programs. In 2004, he made guest appearances on multiple episodes of the first season of “The Ashlee Simpson Show,” a reality show chronicling the life of the singer who shares the show’s name. The year after that, Cabrera hosted the MTV reality game series “Score,” in which players were required to compose and perform original songs in an effort to win over the affections of a special guest judge.
In 2010, Cabrera starred in many episodes of the last season of “The Hills,” which detailed his romance with Audrina Partridge as well as their eventual breakup. In these episodes, Cabrera’s relationship with Audrina was documented. It was the same year that he had an appearance on the E! series “Pretty Wild.”
In addition to his work in various mediums, in 2013, Cabrera debuted a web series titled “Live from Ryan’s Living Room.” The purpose of the event was to generate money for a variety of charitable organizations, and Cabrera would select a new organization to support on a weekly basis. On the program, he was joined by a number of well-known personalities, including Colbie Caillat, Tyler Hilton, and Mark Ballas.
In the year 2020, Cabrera participated in yet another philanthropic venture when he organized and hosted the live-streaming Camp Fire Concert Special, the proceeds of which were donated to Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times. At the event, in addition to Cabrera’s own performance, there were also songs performed by a number of other artists, including Jay Buchanan, Ryan Key, Joey Fatone, Chris August, Tyler Ward, and Shawn Hook.
In the early stages of his career, Cabrera dated the singer Ashlee Simpson, and his appearances on her MTV reality program brought him a great deal of notoriety. After some time had passed, in November of the year 2020, he proposed to the WWE wrestler Alexa Bliss.
Cabrera had formerly had a mansion in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles that was 2,445 square feet in size and contained three bedrooms. It had a pool, an outside entertainment area with a complete bar, a media room with a steam shower and spa tub, and a steam shower and spa tub in the bathroom. In 2008, Cabrera put the home on the market with an asking price of $1.69 million.
Cabrera has a wealth of $2 million, according to certain estimates.