Much appreciated! I love Ft Worth and The Ranch: they’ve both always been great to me. I miss playing up there and hope someday I can make a trip that way and play a few shows. Thanks for the message, it means a lot to me ~ rj
My wife and I saw you perform at the Nutty Brown Cafe many years ago. If I remember correctly, you opened for Pat Green. It turned out to the biggest crown ever at the Nutty Brown Cafe at around 3,500 people. I recall you telling the crowd that it was “a really big in your life” - I assume because of the size of the crowd.
My wife and I really enjoyed the show and some months later I went to your website and looked for more shows but never saw any upcoming dates. We were hoping to see you play and sing again somewhere in the Austin area. Thanks for maintaining this site and letting everyone know where you are these days. Everyone knows how “life” can take over and force you to put your dreams on hold.
I hope you are enjoying being a dad. I have a 5 year old girl and a 2 year old boy and they are wonderful. Our daughter loves singing and music, so its too bad that I don’t have your musical talent, otherwise I would teach her a thing or two.
Anyway, thanks again or keeping up the site. I hope to see you on stage again somewhere farther along the road of life.
I was just listening to Are you with me Baby and got to thinking I sure wish there was a Ryan James concert to go to. Congrats on the schooling and your family… I have some concert pics from County Line and Whitewater Amphitheater from ‘07 that you once asked me to email to you… I will do that soon. My husband and I miss going to Ryan James concerts. You ROCK, Ryan!!!
I wanted to send this song to my dear beloved Andrew.
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A purpose of human life, no matter who is controlling it, is to love whoever is around to be loved.
Hi, my name is Ryan James*. You might remember me from such hits as, “How Long,” “Home to Texas,” or “Goodbye Carolina.” If not, then take my word, you are not alone. In 2005 my debut album, Back to the Wind, hit the market followed by Directed in 2007. Things—as things so often do—didn’t work out exactly the way I’d planned. So here I am keeping connected to a life that gave me so much love and so much turmoil. There are many friends and fans I miss seeing every weekend. Thank goodness for the internet!