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Cabrera's second album, You Stand Watching, was released on September 20, 2005, and it included his singles "Shine On" and "Photo".
The song was used soon thereafter as the closing montage for the series finale of Will & Grace.Ryan Frank Cabrera (born July 18, 1982) is an American singer-songwriter and musician.Cabrera began as a lead singer for the Dallas band Rubix Groove before pursuing his solo career.Following the 2001 release of independent album Elm St., he released his first major-label album, Take It All Away, on August 17, 2004.Earlier in the year, Cabrera had become known for his up-tempo pop-rock single "On the Way Down".Soon after, the song was used to send off the female contestants on the 3rd season of So You Think You Can Dance.
He added a re-recorded version of the song at the end of his third album, The Moon Under Water.
The Moon Under Water was released on May 13, 2008, under Frolic Room Records/ Papa Joe Records and peaked at #177 on the Billboard 200. On July 3, 2012 Cabrera released a new song called "Home".
"On the Way Down" was then followed by Cabrera's second single, "True"; and his third single "40 Kinds of Sadness".
Cabrera played in the band Rubix Groove, which opened for artists like Cheap Trick and Third Eye Blind.
Cabrera composed three songs that impressed a studio engineer, who then let Cabrera record a full-length album, Elm St., for free at Deep Ellum Studios.
Cabrera has starred in a concert film, Live at the Wiltern, with him performing songs from his album Take It All Away.