Ryan McCombs is set to hit the road again in April with his backing band Cielo Drive. As you may know Ryan covered 8 tour dates in 2019 on his An Acoustic-ish Evening With Ryan McCombs tour, bringing you hits from SOiL & Drowning Pool but in a different style we know and love. Ryan has now announced another run of dates in 2020:

Tour Dates:

4th April – The Cobblestones – Bridgwater

17th April – The Fisherman’s Inn – Arbroath Scotland

18th April – Bannermans – Edinburgh Scotland

19th April – Boulevard – Wigan

1st May – The Slaughtered Lamb London

2nd May – Redrum – Stafford

Ryan McCombs Bio:

Coming off the success of the inaugural 2019 UK acoustic dates, singer Ryan McCombs  and company have set out to continue sharing their “acoustic-ISH” peak into some of the classic songs that Ryan co-wrote during his times with metal bands SOiL and Drowning Pool.

This is something that I’ve wanted to do and thought about doing for years. It wasn’t until moving to England and meeting musicians; Beau Stevens (guitar), Chris Phillips (drums) and Julien Morrez (guitars/bass) that I met them through Music House No.37 that I felt comfortable in that I had found a group of musicians that understood my vision and were capable of taking the rock/metal songs from my past and not just playing them on acoustic instruments but breaking them down so that I could share them in a completely new manner.

Ryan points to the response that this venture has received as to why they have decided to continue further with it, “The response has been everything I could have hopped for. I wasn’t sure how this would be accepted but it’s been very fulfilling to see and hear the feedback. A quote that sums it up best for me came from a long time SOiL fan after a gathering that simply said, “I’ve been listening to some of those songs for 20 years, tonight I feel like I heard them for the first time all over again.

With the excitement that comes from working towards the forthcoming release of his first book, his continuing to perform and write with the band, SOiL, the itch that this project is scratching for Ryan makes its continued growth something that goes well beyond and reaches much deeper than the smile that it brings to his face.

Having the opportunity to share the stories behind these songs and lyrics has been yet another gift afforded to me by those that continue to give me the time of day.



SOiL have released a theatrical video version of the song ‘One Love‘ today (October 31, 2019). The video contains an eerie backstory and was filmed exclusively with actors and does not feature the band. Conceptually SOiL wanted to do something different and interesting with the song since ‘One Love‘ originally appeared on the 2013 studio album ‘Whole‘. Indie film makers David Gregory (Director) and James Morgan (Director of photography) were tapped for the job. Filming was shot in the UK during SOiL’s recent tour supporting Static-X.

The Director approached us with a out of the box concept” states SOiL’s Tim King. “It was an odd concept to not feature the band and make the video more of a mini movie rather than a music video. Also with the song being 6 years old at this point it really made no sense to launch it as something brand new or in a traditional way”. With the video having an approach of something similar to the films “The Witch” or “I Spit On Your Grave”, the band felt it would be fun to debut the video on Halloween. Something to celebrate the season while the band works on new material for 2020.

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