Ryan Quinn is a singer/songwriter and Top 24 Finalist on Season 10 of NBC’s “The Voice” currently based in Los Angeles, CA. His debut EP “Some Dream,” was released in September 2016.
“Some Dream” is available on Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify, CDBaby, and Amazon.
Ryan began his musical career as a drummer, but slowly shifted his focus to singing after attending SUNY Oneonta (SUCO). While at SUCO, he was able to work with Grammy-nominated jazz musician and Spyro Grya founding member, Jeremy Wall, for three years as the lead singer of the SUCO Funk Band. Wall played keyboards in the band, which performed songs by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding, Tower of Power, and more.
After college, Ryan began performing around Central New York as a solo acoustic act. After two years of playing solo, he was joined by guitarist Dave “Dinger” Wingfield. Quinn played acoustic guitar, keyboards, and sang, while Dinger played lead guitar and bass. The duo performed an incredibly wide variety of music, spanning multiple decades and genres.
Ryan was recently on Season 10 of NBC’s show, “The Voice.” He advanced to the Live Playoffs (the top 24 contestants) and was brought back to perform on the season finale. During his time on the voice, he was able to work and learn from several world class vocalists/musicians, including: Adam Levine, Tori Kelly, Miley Cyrus, and Christina Aguilera.