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Tickets are $17 in advance, $22 day of show (including all service charges). Tickets are also available through Hold My Ticket (112 2nd St SW), 505-886-1251, Monday to Friday 9 AM - 6 PM, Sat & Sun 11 AM - 6 PM. 21 and over unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian. Limited seating available.
The Cooperage is a full service restaurant/nightclub specializing in steak & seafood, with a large salad bar, good desserts and a full bar.
Named "Best Group/Duo" in the 2014 International Acoustic Music Awards (IAMA's), acoustic-duo Ryanhood [website | Amazon.com] got their first break more than a decade ago as street performers at Boston's Quincy Market. It was there that Ryan Green and Cameron Hood were spotted by a college booking agent and thrust into the college touring scene, where Campus Activities Magazine would soon name them "one of the most requested acts by college buyers all across the country."
The two first met in high school, where they were separated not just by a grade (Hood being a year older) but by a respectful rivalry between their two rock bands. Hood and Green would face off annually in the Battle Of The Bands, and although Hood's band would ultimately win two out of the three competitions, Green managed to impress him and the rest of the school with his abilities on the guitar, which would ultimately earn him a scholarship to Boston's prestigious Berklee College of Music.
Cameron enrolled as an art student at the University of Arizona, and they started what they would call "a long-distance musical relationship," mailing each other minidiscs of new song ideas and getting together during academic breaks to rehearse and perform. Within weeks of graduating college, Cameron took a leap of faith and moved to Boston to join Ryan. Determined to make a living as musicians, Ryanhood became full-time street performers at Boston's historic Quincy Market, where they developed a rapport with audiences that has become a hallmark of their shows.
Now, twelve years after their street start, Ryanhood's star is still on the rise. Their sixth and newest album, Yearbook, released on March 3, 2017, has been described as "nestled in a great pocket, feeling all at once focused on storytelling and intimacy while not being afraid to wield a big musical stick" by For Folk's Sake.
They currently reside in their hometown of Tucson, AZ, where they have won more than a dozen Tucson Music Awards, including "Best Folk Band" and "Best Rock Band" (you can decide for yourself which is most accurate).
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