Ryan grabs his guitar and breaks down the theory of The Move’s Blackberry way. The song was featured on episode 174 “Ace in the Can” and was written by Shabby favorite and super genius Roy Wood.
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ABOUT RYAN MCKAY
Ryan McKay is an award winning guitarist/singer/songwriter based in Phoenix. He has worked with several notable musicians including members of Black Sabbath/Ozzy Ozbourne, Dio, Rod Stewart, Alice Cooper, Lou Reed, Badlands, and Jeff Beck.
Currently, Ryan is performing jazz/swing artist Louis Prima Jr.
His previous project Crash Street Kids released 5 critically acclaimed albums. In 2007, the album Chemical Dogs was voted ‘album of the year’ in the UK. In the US, the single ‘Mandy and the Leapers’ (composed and sung by Ryan) was named song of the year at the Hollywood Fame Awards.
Louis Prima Jr is the son of the legendary jazz giant known for such hits as Jump, Jive and Wail, Just a Gigolo, and Disney’s Jungle Book. Ryan’s swinging guitar and stellar songwriting can be heard on the albums ‘Return of the Wildest’ and the Top 30 charting follow up ‘Blow’ (Warrior/Universal records). The group can be spotted on tour and coast to coast on national television broadcasts.
In addition to writing, recording and touring Ryan also dedicates his time to teaching guitar to future rock stars young and old. He has also been a panelist on the National Engineering Society’s seminar series ‘The Other Side of the Glass’. And still finds time to host a weekly music talk podcast called ‘Shabby Road Record Show’.
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