Spanish Bombs

2007-2010

I played guitar and sang. The EP we recorded is on Spotify and SoundCloud. Big thanks to Greg Goodman for engineering, mixing, and mastering everything.

Band lineup:

  • Josh Minyard (drums)
  • Danial Norman (bass)
  • Drew Norman (guitar, backing vocals)
  • Caldwell Dunlap (lead guitar, backing vocals)
  • me (lead vocal, guitar)

We have some material not recorded that I'll be sharing soon.

Thimble Collective

2007-2013

Collaborations with Greg Goodman (guitar, programming, engineering), Josh Minyard, Shon McFall, and others. Usually with me playing bass and singing.

Ryan Green

2002-always

All my song lyrics and ideas in an Evernote notebook

From recording to cassette as a high-schooler on up, I've been writing songs a long time. I started learning guitar at age 10 in 1996. About 6 months after starting, I started making up my own melodies and words and haven't run out of ideas since!

Miscellaneous Projects

I recorded under several different names over the years and collaborated with several people.

Copies of Copies

2006.

This is a series of 3 tracks produced on one Sunday evening in my old room at my parents house in Columbia, TN. Sequenced drums in Fruityloops on a Dell Inspiron laptop, live vocals and guitar and bass all run into a cassette 4-track recorder. These songs carry the energy of the dance-punk era and really show where I was trying to go with the Spanish Bombs project.

You Killed Captain Clown!

2005

Practiced and played a show or two with this band. Core members were Ken Lovett and Frank Hasenmueller. Matt Castalano played guitar one one of the recordings I have.

College of Engineering

College fun in 2004-2005.

Recorded 3 tracks with Matt McDougall and Mike "Mudman" McGhee in the Browning-Evins (B&E) dorm at Tennessee Tech University.

Watch these tracks being recorded.

Thermodynamics

Roughly 2004-2007.

This is me learning Fruityloops and programming/sequencing different things. Lots of subprojects happened (Fowey Produkshunz, Pope, Pup Ciao, Cat Town) but they all were the same thing. Me and a computer making music.