Serena Ryder Tickets
Serena Ryder is a Canadian folk rock artist. The songwriter and musician is skilled at playing the guitar and the harmonica. She has released five studio albums and her songs have won her four Juno Awards. The multi-talented Serene Ryder is an accomplished artist. A number of her pictures have been sold, with the proceeds going to charity. A popular national artist, who is gaining affluence abroad, Serena Ryder tickets offer the chance to see her perform her original songs, along with remarkable covers she has done of popular songs.
Serena Ryder Venues
Serena Ryder Tickets
- Tue Dec 12 2017Buy Serena Ryder, London Music Hall - Ontario Tickets for Tue Dec 12 2017 Serena Ryder, London Music Hall Ontario tickets for 12/12 08:00 PM London Music Hall Ontario
- Tue Dec 12 2017
- Sun Dec 17 2017Buy Serena Ryder, Centrepointe Theatre Tickets for Sun Dec 17 2017 Serena Ryder, Centrepointe Theatre tickets for 12/17 07:30 PM Centrepointe Theatre
- Sun Dec 17 2017
- Thu Dec 21 2017Buy Serena Ryder, Danforth Music Hall Theatre Tickets for Thu Dec 21 2017 Serena Ryder, Danforth Music Hall Theatre tickets for 12/21 07:00 PM Danforth Music Hall Theatre
- Thu Dec 21 2017
She was born in Toronto and raised in Millbrook, Ontario. Her parents came from musical backgrounds and she also started to take deep interest in music at a very young age. Due to her love for music, her father bought her a guitar, which she learned to play by the age of thirteen. She started writing songs as well to accompany her instrument playing. A couple of years later, Ryder was performing at local coffee houses, aided by her piano teacher.
At the age of 17, Ryder left to attend the Integrated Arts Program at the Peterborough Collegiate and Vocational Institute. It was a place where she met with many aspiring musicians. Along with performing solo, she also played for a few bands. She was approached by Damon se Szegheo who owned a recording label and he asked her to record a promotional cassette with him. Serena’s songs caught the attention of executives at CBC radio and she was invited to play her music on air, on their radio show.
Her fortunes were just beginning to change for the good. Hawksley Workman, the proficient Canadian songwriter, heard her sing on radio and invited her to record an album with Isadora label. She released her eponymous album, Serena Ryder Live 2003, with the recording label. In 2005, she recorded her album ‘Unlikely Emergency’. It was very well received and earned her the chance to perform at the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame press conference, that same year.
She was asked to cover songs of noticeable artists. In November of 2006, Ryder released her second album ‘If Your Memory Serves You Well’. It is a collection of covers that she has done of notable Canadian artists and includes a few original tracks. By this time Ryder was opening for bands such as Aerosmith, having gone on tour with them in Canada.
Her recognition in the music world continued to flourish as she won the Juno Award in 2008 for ‘Best New Artist of the Year’. Her next album, ‘Is It O.K.’, was released soon after. In 2009, the album won the Juno Award for Adult Alternative Album of the Year. However the extensive touring required after the album’s release exhausted Ryder. She suffered from a bout of clinical depression, with preshow anxiety taking a toll on her. She spent a lot of time in bed recovering from the strenuous routine.
After recovering she sang a duet with American Idol finalist Jason Castro, for his debut album. Tis made her more popular with her US audience. In February 2011, Ryder toured across Canada with Melissa Etheridge. Ryder and Etheridge sang ‘Broken Heart Sun’ together which was initially Ryder’s song. They performed the same duet at the 2011 JunoAwards.
2011 was a personally happening year for Ryder too. She fell in love and it was the main inspiration for her new record, Harmony. The album initially had sixty five songs, out of which the twelve best were selected. "It feels like it's the first time I've written...in love" Ryder said. The track ‘Stompa’ reflects Ryder’s efforts to overcome her depression. According to Ryder, "Music is the best medicine in the world and I wrote the song to remind myself that." The song was also selected for a Grey’s Anatomy episode and quickly became certified platinum. It went on to grab the number fourteen spot on the US charts.
With a few albums to her name Serena Ryder has become a popular singer. She promises to bring a vibrant performance whenever she takes stage. Get your Serena Ryder Tickets and see what the gorgeous, talented artist has to offer.
Serena Ryder Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Serena Ryder's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in London at the London Music Hall - Ontario on 12-Dec-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Toronto at the Danforth Music Hall Theatre on 22-Dec-17. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Serena Ryder||London Music Hall - Ontario||London, ON||Tue Dec 12 201712/12 08:00 PM|
|Serena Ryder||Centrepointe Theatre||Nepean, ON||Sun Dec 17 201712/17 07:30 PM|
|Serena Ryder||Danforth Music Hall Theatre||Toronto, ON||Thu Dec 21 201712/21 07:00 PM|
|Serena Ryder||Danforth Music Hall Theatre||Toronto, ON||Fri Dec 22 201712/22 07:00 PM|
Serena Ryder Tickets Prices
The average price for Serena Ryder Tickets start from $114. The minimum get in price is $62 for Serena Ryder Tickets at the Centrepointe Theatre, Nepean. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
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