PICS: Ryan Beatty at House of Blues

More than a 'Boy in Jeans': Ryan Beatty wowed a packed House of Blues recently.

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Born in Clovis, California, the singer/songwriter pop star hails from LA -- so his March 18 show downtown was just a hop, skip and a jump down Interstate 5.
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Since 2011, Ryan Beatty has been covering popular songs and posting them on his YouTube channel. The videos have been well received with his most popular song, a cover of Bruno Mars' "Marry You," gaining over 6 million views.
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He released his debut single "Every Little Thing" in November 2011, which reached No. 89 on the iTunes Pop Charts. Ryan Seacrest premiered Beatty's debut music video for the song on Feb. 2, 2012.
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Beatty went on to release his debut EP, "Because of You," on July 23, 2012 via Radio Disney and released it to the public exclusively on iTunes on July 24, 2012.
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Within 24 hours of its release, "Because of You" landed in the No. 1 spot on the Billboard U.S. Pop Album charts and the No. 7 spot on the Top Album charts.
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In 2012, Beatty was chosen to be one of the faces of AT&T's national "It Can Wait" campaign to end texting and driving. His PSA, which urges fans to take the pledge not to text and drive, aired nationwide.
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In October 2012 Beatty used his music to empower teens to stand up to bullying. He made surprise appearances at various schools to perform and raise awareness of teen bullying, while spreading the word of self-empowerment to teens.
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Beatty's made a few high-profile guest appearances on other records, too -- including "Lights On" and "When Gloves Come Off" (both by Tyler, the Creator), "Break My Heart" (by Benny Blanco) and "Bleach" and "Tonya" (by Brockhampton).
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On June 20, 2018, Beatty performed with Brockhampton on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" alongside Jazmine Sullivan and serpentwithfeet.
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The next month, he released his debut studio album titled "Boy In Jeans," featuring the hit singles "Bruise" and "Camo," along with 12 other songs. What a great show — come back soon, Ryan!
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