Ryan Shaw: Imagining Marvin - Live Stream Concert at Daryl's House Club

Wed Dec 2 2020

8:00 PM

Daryl's House

130 NY-22 Pawling, NY 12564

$10.00 - $250.00

All Ages

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Ryan Shaw: Imagining Marvin - Live Stream Concert at Daryl's House Club

  • Ryan Shaw: Imagining Marvin

    Ryan Shaw: Imagining Marvin

    Pop Rock

    Ryan Shaw is a three-time GRAMMY nominated artist. He recently appeared as Judas at the Lyric Opera of Chicago in the U.S. premiere of the critically acclaimed London/Regent’s Park’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar, which won the Olivier for Best Musical Revival. He starred as the original Stevie Wonder in Motown: The Musical on Broadway, and on London’s West End as the Soul of Michael Jackson in Thriller Live. As a recording artist, Ryan has released three solo GRAMMY-nominated projects:  2008’s This is Ryan Shaw on Columbia Records, 2011’s It Gets Better, and 2014’s Real Love on Dynotone Records.  He has toured the world and shared the stage with such artists as Van Halen, Bonnie Raitt, Joss Stone, John Legend, B.B. King, Bruce Hornsby and Jill Scott, to name a few. On television, Ryan has been a guest artist on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen’s Really Big Show, Last Call with Carson Daly, and The Martha Stewart Show. His music has been featured on FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance and ABC’s Dancing with The Stars, Grey’s Anatomy, and Lincoln Heights. His music has been featured in the films My Blueberry Nights and Bride Wars, as well as on the Sex and the City soundtrack.

    As a concert soloist, Ryan made his Radio City Music Hall debut at the Dream Concert benefit to build the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. His Carnegie Hall appearances include Elton John and Bernie Taupin Tribute, A Celebration of The African American Cultural Legacy, curated by Jessye Norman, and a recent Nat King Cole centennial concert with the New York Pops.  His concert schedule also includes Nat King Cole at 100 with the National Symphony Orchestra at The Kennedy Center, and A Tribute to the Queen of Soul:  Aretha Franklin with numerous major orchestras throughout North America.  Ryan continues to be a return featured special guest with the Houston Symphony, as well as performing with the Chicago Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Philly Pops, Seattle Symphony, Utah Symphony, Colorado Symphony, Arkansas Symphony, Tucson Symphony, Utah Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Orlando Philharmonic, Helena Symphony, Mississippi Symphony, Anchorage Symphony, Calgary Philharmonic and numerous others.

    Ryan’s current solo project entitled, Imagining Marvin honors Marvin Gaye by performing songs from the legendary artist with new original songs influenced by Marvin’s inimitable style.  Premiered live to a sold-out crowd in New York City, the show features the soon to-be-released single, “Strong Men Can.” The song is co-written by Ryan and the iconic songwriter, Valerie Simpson, who, with her late partner Nick Ashford, wrote numerous hit songs for Marvin Gaye.  The second single on the album is “Love in Pain,” a new song co-written with three-time GRAMMY Award-winning artist, Rob Thomas.  The full album, Imagining Marvin will be released this November 2020.

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Ryan Shaw: Imagining Marvin - Live Stream Concert at Daryl's House Club

Wed Dec 2 2020 8:00 PM

Daryl's House Pawling NY
Ryan Shaw: Imagining Marvin - Live Stream Concert at Daryl's House Club

$10.00 - $250.00 All Ages

PLEASE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT! While these streams are free to watch, we encourage you to donate what you can.  Your donation will benefit the performing artist while also helping to sustain Daryl’s House Club during this time and allow us to continue offering livestream shows.

Choose your preferred method of donation:
Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=FWREJN2QQSQAA
TicketWeb: Select donation amounts below and checkout to process.

Link to Live Stream on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/darylshouseclub/videos/
Link to Live Stream on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAEK_JljtzG_J_ss0yGRRBA
Please note all showtimes take place during New York Time Zone / Eastern Standard Time.
Ryan Shaw: Imagining Marvin

Ryan Shaw: Imagining Marvin

Pop Rock

Ryan Shaw is a three-time GRAMMY nominated artist. He recently appeared as Judas at the Lyric Opera of Chicago in the U.S. premiere of the critically acclaimed London/Regent’s Park’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar, which won the Olivier for Best Musical Revival. He starred as the original Stevie Wonder in Motown: The Musical on Broadway, and on London’s West End as the Soul of Michael Jackson in Thriller Live. As a recording artist, Ryan has released three solo GRAMMY-nominated projects:  2008’s This is Ryan Shaw on Columbia Records, 2011’s It Gets Better, and 2014’s Real Love on Dynotone Records.  He has toured the world and shared the stage with such artists as Van Halen, Bonnie Raitt, Joss Stone, John Legend, B.B. King, Bruce Hornsby and Jill Scott, to name a few. On television, Ryan has been a guest artist on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen’s Really Big Show, Last Call with Carson Daly, and The Martha Stewart Show. His music has been featured on FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance and ABC’s Dancing with The Stars, Grey’s Anatomy, and Lincoln Heights. His music has been featured in the films My Blueberry Nights and Bride Wars, as well as on the Sex and the City soundtrack.

As a concert soloist, Ryan made his Radio City Music Hall debut at the Dream Concert benefit to build the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. His Carnegie Hall appearances include Elton John and Bernie Taupin Tribute, A Celebration of The African American Cultural Legacy, curated by Jessye Norman, and a recent Nat King Cole centennial concert with the New York Pops.  His concert schedule also includes Nat King Cole at 100 with the National Symphony Orchestra at The Kennedy Center, and A Tribute to the Queen of Soul:  Aretha Franklin with numerous major orchestras throughout North America.  Ryan continues to be a return featured special guest with the Houston Symphony, as well as performing with the Chicago Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Philly Pops, Seattle Symphony, Utah Symphony, Colorado Symphony, Arkansas Symphony, Tucson Symphony, Utah Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Orlando Philharmonic, Helena Symphony, Mississippi Symphony, Anchorage Symphony, Calgary Philharmonic and numerous others.

Ryan’s current solo project entitled, Imagining Marvin honors Marvin Gaye by performing songs from the legendary artist with new original songs influenced by Marvin’s inimitable style.  Premiered live to a sold-out crowd in New York City, the show features the soon to-be-released single, “Strong Men Can.” The song is co-written by Ryan and the iconic songwriter, Valerie Simpson, who, with her late partner Nick Ashford, wrote numerous hit songs for Marvin Gaye.  The second single on the album is “Love in Pain,” a new song co-written with three-time GRAMMY Award-winning artist, Rob Thomas.  The full album, Imagining Marvin will be released this November 2020.

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All Ages
limit 10 per person
$10 Donation - Live Stream Concert
$10.00
$25 Donation - Live Stream Concert
$25.00
$50 Donation - Live Stream Concert
$50.00
$100 Donation - Live Stream Concert
$100.00
$125 Silver VIP Donation Package
Recieve a personalized audio message from Ryan + A signed, autographed Imagining Marvin CD
$125.00
$250 Gold VIP Donation Package
Recieve an Invitation to a one-hour Zoom masterclass with Ryan (singing or songwriting) + A signed, autographed Imagining Marvin CD
$250.00

Delivery Method

Will Call