Ryan Cabrera is a musician and singer-songwriter who began his career as the main singer of the Dallas band Rubix Groove. He went on to have a solo career, and his debut album, “Elm St.,” was published in 2001. “Take it All Away,” “You Stand Watching,” and “The Moon Under Water” are among Cabrera’s other albums. He has a net worth of $2 million.
Ryan Cabrera was born in Dallas, Texas on July 18, 1982. He attended Jesuit College Preparatory School for his education. He went on to the University of Texas in Dallas after that. Cabrera made his professional music debut with the band Rubix Groove, which opened for Third Eye Blind and Cheap Trick, among others.
Beginnings of a Career
Ryan Cabrera wrote three tracks for Rubix Groove. A studio engineer was so delighted with his work that he offered him free studio time at Deep Ellum Studios to produce a full-length album. Cabrera’s debut album, “Elm St.,” was released in 2001 as a result of this. He also signed with Atlantic Records that year.
Making a Name for Yourself as a Recording Artist
Cabrera made his major-label debut in 2004 with the release of “On the Way Down,” his major-label debut single. Cabrera’s 2004 album “Take it All Away” featured the song, which reached number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album opened at number eight on the Billboard 200. “True” and “40 Kinds of Sadness” were two other singles from “Take it All Away.”
Additional Albums and Singles
Cabrera’s next album, “You Stand Watching,” was released in 2005, following his debut. The singles “Shine On” and “Photo,” the latter of which was inspired by Cabrera’s relationship with Ashlee Simpson, charted at number 24 on the Billboard 200.
Cabrera’s single “I Will Remember You” was published in 2006, and it was later re-recorded for his 2008 album “The Moon Under Water.” Cabrera’s latest album failed to match the success of his previous efforts, debuting at number 177 on the Billboard 200. “Say” and “Enemies” were two of the band’s hits.
Cabrera’s new singles “Home” and “I See Love” were released in 2012. He became the first artist to sign with Dynamite Music two years later, and his single “House on Fire” was released shortly after. Cabrera then released an EP called “Wake Up Beautiful” in 2015.
Other Musical Projects
Cabrera’s songs “Inside Your Mind” and “Always Come Back to You” were used on the soundtracks of the films “Son of the Mask” and “Fantastic Four,” respectively, in addition to his own albums.
Later that year, he conducted a tour of the United States with Teddy Geiger and Tyler Hilton, as well as a tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland with Boyce Avenue. Cabrera led the collaborative project Beyond the Sky, a group of vocalists, musicians, and producers from a variety of genres, among his other creative endeavors. The group’s first single, “Right on the Money,” was released in early 2016.
Appearances on Television and in Other Media
Cabrera has made several appearances in reality television shows over the years. He appeared in numerous episodes of “The Ashlee Simpson Show,” a reality show chronicling the life of the eponymous artist, during its first season in 2004.
Cabrera hosted the MTV reality game series “Score” the following year, in which players created and performed songs in order to win the heart of a featured guest. Cabrera had many appearances in the last season of “The Hills” in 2010, in which his relationship with Audrina Partridge and subsequent breakup were detailed. He also appeared in the E! series “Pretty Wild” that same year.
Cabrera also has a YouTube series called “Live from Ryan’s Living Room,” which he started in 2013. Cabrera chose a different charity to benefit each week, and the show was created to raise money for them. Tyler Hilton, Colbie Caillat, and Mark Ballas were among the celebrities who appeared on the show.
Cabrera was involved in yet another humanitarian venture in 2020, when he organized and presented the live-streamed Camp Fire Concert Special, which raised money for Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times. Songs by Jay Buchanan, Ryan Key, Joey Fatone, Chris August, Tyler Ward, and Shawn Hook, among others, were performed during the event, in addition to Cabrera’s own performance.