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Ryan Cassata, Singer-Songwriter

Date: November 19, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Ryan Cassata is a nationally touring, transgender singer-songwriter and motivational speaker based in San Francisco who - all by the age of 20 - successfully cut six records, booked and went on several tours, played several of the world's biggest lesbian-gay-bisexual and transgender (LGBT) music festivals, won the Harvey Milk Memorial Award, became the youngest keynote speaker for the largest transgender conference in the world, and appeared on national and international TV several times. 

The Long Island- native plays guitar, piano, harmonica, and sings and has made hundreds of appearances, consisting of tour dates from coast to coast including a date on the legendary Van's Warped Tour.  Cassata performed at the world's biggest gay festivals opening for artists such as Karmin, Salt N Pepa, Frenchie Davis, Chris Crocker, Tom Goss and more. 

Location: Evans Hall

Contact: Kate Jones
Organization: Concert and Lectures
Contact Phone: 570-945-8161
Contact Email: Kate.jones@keystone.edu

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