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Ryan Cassata


Well-known for both his indie folk rock recordings and his LGBT activism, Cassata was the main topic of the acclaimed documentary film Tracks for Alexis, that he also wrote and performed the soundtrack. His additional recordings are the solitary “Captain Might” as well as the recording The Theme of Humankind. He previously surgery to begin with his female-to-male changeover in early 2012 and continued to tour america as both a musician and a loudspeaker. “Hands of Hate,” a music video Cassata published to YouTube, acts as a somber memorial to four LGBT teenagers who dedicated suicide or had been murdered: Jamey Rodemeyer, Tyler Clementi, Lawrence “Larry” Ruler, and Matthew Shepard. Elevated on Long Isle, NY, he later resolved in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California. He’s a modern of fellow transgender musician and internet character Jake Edwards.

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Full Name Ryan Cassata
Date Of Birth December 13, 1993
Place Of Birth Long Island, NY
Height 1.52 m
Profession Folk Singer
Nationality American
Movies Songs for Alexis, Loop Planes, Collective: Unconscious, Akron, OH, United States, Westbury, NY, United States, Denver, CO, United States
Star Sign Sagittarius

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Songs for Alexis2014Documentary composer: theme music / musician



Loop Planes2010Short



Songs for Alexis2014DocumentaryHimself
Head First2013TV Series documentaryHimself
The Tyra Banks Show2010TV SeriesHimself
Larry King Live2009TV SeriesHimself

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