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George Ryan Ross III Wiki/Biography
George Ryan Ross III was born on the 30 August 1986, in Summerlin, Nevada USA, and is a singer and guitarist, of the band Panic! At the Disco; he wrote all the songs for the album “A Fever You Can Not Sweat Out” (2005). Ross has been active in the entertainment industry since 2005.
How much is the net worth of Ryan Ross? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the outright size of his wealth is as much as $3 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Music is the major source of Ross’ modest fortune.
Ryan Ross Net Worth $3 Million
To begin with, Ryan asked his parents for a Christmas guitar being twelve years old. During his studies at Gorman High School, he decided to set up a group with a childhood friend, Spencer Smith. The latter and Ryan were inspired by the songs of Blink-182, and created the group Pet Salamander. He entered the University of Nevada, but a month later decided to drop out and to devote himself to music.
Brent Wilson and Brendon Urie joined the band of Ryan and Spencer, and formed the punk band, Panic! At The Disco. After their success, Brent Wilson was replaced by bassist Jon Walker. Before the release of the second album, the band announced that they had changed their name to Panic At The Disco – they found that the exclamation mark (!) was too much emphasis on the word ‘panic’. Two songs, “Camisado and Nails For Breakfast” and “Tacks for Snacks” from “A Fever You Can Not Sweat Out” (2005) were inspired by Ross’ own experience with an alcoholic father, who died in June 2006. Ryan played the guitar solo in the song “The Take Over, The Break’s Over by Fall Out Boy”. He also appeared in the musical video “Clothes Off of Gym Class Heroes” with the rest of his group.
For their second album named “Pretty. Odd.”, they were more mature than their first album. So, Panic At The Disco decided to make it more melodic and less melancholic than the first, drawing inspiration from several former groups that marked their musical history (they were compared to the Beatles). In the summer of 2009, Jon Walker and Ryan Ross announced that they were leaving the band; Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith, two of the original members, continued working in the group, and Ryan joined the new band as a singer. He was with Jon Walker, and the band was entitled The Young Veins. The group has been in hiatus since 2011, so in 2013, he began his solo career by taking out a few demos from his Twitter account, the latter being resolutely more electronic.
Finally, in the personal life of Ryan Ross, he met Keltie Colleen at the VMA in 2006. She was one of the dancers of the Panic! At the Disco during their interpretation of “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”. Their relationship lasted more than two years, when Keltie announced on her blog that she had left Ryan at the beginning of 2009. Since then, Ryan has been single.
|Full Name||Ryan Ross|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 30, 1986|
|Place Of Birth||Summerlin, Nevada, United States|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession||Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter, Musician|
|Education||Bishop Gorman High School, University of Nevada, Las Vegas|
|Parents||George Ryan Ross II, Danielle Ross|
|Nicknames||Ross, Ryan , Ryro , George Ryan Ross III|
|Albums||Last House On The Block (2014), Vices & Virtues (2011), Take a Vacation! (2010), Pretty. Odd. (2008), A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (2005), Introducing... Panic at the Disco (2008)|
|Music Groups||Panic! at the Disco (2004 – 2009), The Young Veins, Panic!, The Young Veins|
|Movies||Panic! at the Disco: In the Days (2011, documentary), alt.news 26:46 (TV Series documentary, 2006), Panic at the Disco: Calendar Business (2011)|
|TV Shows||Saturday Night Live (2008), Panic! At the Disco: I Write Sins Not Tragedies (2006), T-Minus Rock (2006), New Year's Eve with Carson Daly (2006), Panic! At the Disco: Live (Video, 2006), 2006 MTV Video Music Awards (2006)|
|1||Has four tattoos. On his right wrist, the lyrics "Mad as a Hatter"; on his left wrist, "Thin as a Dime". Both reference Tom Waits's song, "Diamonds and Gold". On the back of his upper right arm, he has a question mark and on the back of his upper left arm, the letter Q. Supposedly the question mark and Q reference a cult he was once part of.|
|2||Briefly attended and studied creative writing at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas before dropping out to pursue his musical interests.|
|3||Had his ears gauged as a teen.|
|4||Was in a relationship with fashion designer/activist and former online "scene queen" Jac Vanek from late 2005 to early 2006. The two met on LiveJournal. He was also in a relationship with TV show host and former dancer, Keltie Knight from 2006 to 2009.|
|5||Graduated from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2004.|
|6||Before Panic! at the Disco was formed, Ryan, Brent Wilson, Spencer Smith and their friend Trevor were in a band called Pet Salamander.|
|7||Was the original lead singer of Panic! at the Disco until Brendon Urie joined the band. After having heard Urie sing, a unanimous decision was made that he would take over the lead vocals and Ryan would sing backup.|
|Rock Band 2||2008||Video Game writer: "Nine in the Afternoon"|
|Saturday Night Live||2008||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Panic! At the Disco: I Write Sins Not Tragedies||2006||Video short|
|Panic at the Disco: Calendar Business||2011||Documentary||Lead guitar|
|Panic! at the Disco: In the Days||2011||Video documentary||Ryan Ross|
|Saturday Night Live||2008||TV Series||Himself|
|New Year's Eve with Carson Daly||2006||TV Special||Himself - Performer|
|Panic! At the Disco: Documentary||2006||Video documentary||Lead guitar|
|Panic! At the Disco: Live||2006||Video||Lead Guitar|
|alt.news 26:46||2006||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|2006 MTV Video Music Awards||2006||TV Special||Himself - Performer & Winner|
|T-Minus Rock||2006||TV Series||Guest|