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    GREAT picture JLuvs!!! I'm always so jealous of all you get to do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blues Songstres View Post
    Hey JLuvs, did you see my sister this time?
    I don't think I did. I was hanging out without a group of people that know Ryan and she doesn't look like any of them. I know for sure she wasn't anywhere around were I was standing for the show...as I had little kids on every side other than one
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    Re: Ryan Star - Supernova

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    From a Newsday article......

    Similarly, Dix Hills native Ryan Star does his best to save the uneven soundtrack to the seemingly convoluted dramedy "P.S. I Love You," where Hilary Swank gets love letters from her dead boyfriend that tell her to do stuff. Star's contribution "Last Train Home," from his forthcoming major-label solo debut, is characteristically powerful and dramatic, while tapping into a strong rock hook.
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    Re: Ryan Star - Supernova

    I just noticed that Ryan wrote and performs the theme (opening) for the TV show, Lie to Me. Cool...but, I see he has been known for other soundtracks.
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