Rug & Home
An estimated four thousand Beatles’ fans were present on February 7, 1964 as Pan Am Flight 101 left Heathrow Airport, thus beginning the musical revolution known as the British Invasion. Hear the sounds of the Fab Four, the Dave Clark Five, the Kinks, the Stones as well as popular British female recording artists such as Petula Clark, Lulu and Dusty Springfield.
Ryan Dunn is an Actor turned Musician/Songwriter. NY credits include: Camelot with the New York Philharmonic and live on PBS at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center. Off Broadway: In Transit, York Theatre. Ryan has a been performing at Flat Rock Playhouse for almost a decade on the main stage and in many Music on the Rock concerts. In 2010, Ryan took a break from acting to start songwriting with his wife Annalyse McCoy. They first formed the band 2/3 Goat touring and recording 3 albums. Their last album Let It Rise gained recognition in Paste Magazine, American Songwriter, Elmore Magazine, and many others. They now perform and write as Annalyse & Ryan (annalyseandryan.com). The duo’s music has been featured on CBS Inside College Football, Amazon Prime, and multiple documentaries, short films, and commercials.
Annalyse McCoy is a singer, songwriter, actress, musician, and voice over artist residing in the New York City area. Annalyse received her BFA in Musical Theatre at Northern Kentucky University. Theatre credits include: Percy in The Spitfire Grill (Northern Sky Theater), Sheila in Love Jerry (New York Musical Theatre Fest), Belle in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Jenny Wiley Theatre). Voice over credits include: Pepsi, iHeart Radio, GMC, ThunderShirt, and many more. She is the prettier half of Americana duo Annalyse & Ryan. The duo has recently shared the stage with Jimmy Vivino of Conan, Country artist Kathy Mattea, Grammy-nominated producer Jack Petruzzelli, and many others. They also appear regularly at Opry City Stage, the Grand Ole Opry’s sister venue in Times Square, NYC.
TJ Moss was born and raised in Mustang, Oklahoma. He studied Music Theater at OKCU before moving to New York City to pursue his stage career. He soon realized that his true passion and purpose was songwriting. He began honing his craft and eventually formed the TJ Moss Band. In 2008 he recorded his first album, Conundrum. He won an Emmy award when his song “It’s On” was featured on a television commercial for WPIX. He lived in Astoria, Queens which is where he met Annalyse and Ryan. In 2010 he bought a van on Craigslist and headed out to California seeking sunshine and a place where he could earn a living playing music. He found it in San Diego. He’s been living there ever since. He spent 5 years making music and touring the country with his second band, The Yes Team. They even traveled to Europe to play for the Dalai Lama. In 2016 he formed his current band, Mojo Jackson, a trio of singer songwriters who specialize in good harmonies and good vibes. Many of his friends from NYC have graced the Flat Rock stage, and he is so happy to join the family!