Chord Overstreet to Appear on Ryan Cabrera's Live Web Series
After kicking off the new year with an acoustic tour with friends, Tyler Hilton and Teddy Geiger, multi-platinum-selling artist Ryan Cabrera is ready for his first 2013 installment of "Live From Ryan's Living Room!"
Streaming February 23rd via Stageit.com, Travis Clark (We The Kings), Chord Overstreet (Glee), Mark Ballas (Dancing With The Stars), Hot Chelle Rae, Tony Lovato (Mest), Austin Brown, Tyler Hilton, and The Cartunes will join Ryan for a night of unexpected collaborations, and up and coming talent performances mixed with an intimate setting where people around the world can watch the whole night right from the comfort of their own living room. Every month, Cabrera has chosen to team up with a different charity organization. This month, Ryan has chosen to give all proceeds to City of Hope.
So far, Ryan has raised over $4,000 for charities such as Habitat For Humanity of Greater Los Angeles, Hurricane Sandy victims, and Starlight Children's Foundation. This segment anticipates to be even bigger than the last! The "I See Love" singer/songwriter is keeping his promise by always having fun and interesting Friends to join him for the performance.
Though Cabrera doesn't always sing, he makes sure to make it worthwhile for anyone watching. Past guests include Gavin Degraw, Blake Lewis, Colbie Caillat, Boyce Avenue, Josh Kelly, Mark Ballas, and many others! As the main host, Cabrera makes sure to make the most of the night whether he's behind the mic, guitar, or piano. Later this year, Cabrera will be releasing a new album produced by Justin Gray (Joss Stone, Tyler James, Spice Girl Emma Bunton).
Viewers can watch the series here: http://www.stageit.com/ryan_cabrera_travis_clark_mark_ballas_hot_chelle_rae_chord_overstreet_tony_lovato_austin_brown_tyler_hilton_the_cartunes/live_from_ryan_s_living_room/19648
For 100 years, City of Hope has been a model for scientific discovery and compassionate care for those facing cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Among many breakthroughs, City of Hope's research has led to some of the most widely used cancer drugs and synthetic insulin used by millions with diabetes. Learn more at cityofhope.org