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Tune in now to WKYC Cleveland for a live performance of Cleveland’s own Alyssa Boggs. She will be performing her new single – So Wonderful!liveonlakeside

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Announcing the Find Your Way Home Foundation

On Saturday, Vincent announced the Find Your Way Home Foundation. We’re in the beginning stages of something very amazing.

The Find Your Way Home Foundation is part of the Father’s Rights Movement, a strong opponent of parental alienation, and an advocate for family law reform. It was started by Vincent Ruby and his girlfriend, Kassady Oberacker. Vincent is the father of two beautiful boys. His oldest son, Vincent, is ten years old and sees his father approximately three hours a week (when the BM doesn’t cancel or change days at the last minute). Samuel is eight years old and has not seen his father in a year and a half, due to parental alienation.

In brief:

  • We believe it is in the best interest of children to have as close to equal access as possible to both parents, unless there is a VALID danger or threat. False allegations should be prosecuted and punished to the fullest extent of the law.
  • We believe in a system of checks and balances for support and visitation orders. We have been asking why there is a Child Support Enforcement Agency, yet there is not an Equal Parenting Enforcement Agency (We’re not big on the word “visitation” around here.)
  • We believe in the option of a child support escrow system, as an emergent option, available to men that are being withheld access to their child(ren), against court orders.
  • We believe that offering bonuses and incentives to CSEA that acquire new child support cases or modifications that result in an increase is criminal.
  • We believe Child Support Orders should be based off of an average of the last three years tax returns, not an “earning potential” arbitrarily imposed by a hearing officer.
  • We believe equal punishments should be imposed for violation of visitation orders(same as child support) and that an agency equivalent to CSEA should be created to protect those with an active visitation order.

There will be a new record that is going to tie Vincent Ruby Music and the Find Your Way Home Foundation together to both raise awareness and funds. From here, things will begin to develop quickly.

There is a website, but it is in the very beginning stages.

Thank you for all the support that we received on Saturday! It’s unfortunate that so many father’s (and some mothers) are in the same situation. Together, we can change the world for our children!

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Vincent to Teach at a Camp in Canada

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New Vincent Ruby Album

Vinny is currently working on his new album. A release date will be announced soon! Stay tuned!!!

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Dunia’s first US single is now available on iTunes, featuring Vinny on guitar!

Down in the Music - now available on itunes

Dunia: featuring Vincent Ruby on guitar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click on the photo album cover to go directly to iTunes to purchase the single!

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Vincent Ruby Trio at Musica

Acoustic VRT Russ Hagler, Vincent Ruby, and Dave Super

Acoustic VRT Russ Hagler, Vincent Ruby, and Dave Super

Vincent Ruby Trio at Musica
February 28, 2012 by Deborah
I really enjoy musical groups that master the art harmonization. Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to see such an act, the Vince Ruby Trio. They performed in the intimate setting of Musica in downtown Akron. The trio is composed of Vince Ruby, Russ Hagler, and Dave Super. This is an off-shoot of a larger soulful, country band called Marty Falle and Dingtown. Because the three truly enjoy their craft, they created this trio in addition to their work with Dingtown. According to Russ, “We just love playing music together when not playing with “Dingtown” and this keeps our chops sharp and vocals tight”. They’re an acoustic act that specializes in adding a twist to songs from artists like Steely Dan, Prince, Hall and Oates, CSNY, and the Eagles, with their unique, three-part harmonies and excellent guitar work.
Each of these talented musicians have an impressive career in the music world.Vince has worked with the likes of Peter Frampton, Terrance Trent Darby and Greg Allman. He’s even had some of his songs featured on the TV show, “Malcom in the Middle”.Russ was once part of Easy Street and has shared the stage with Tom Petty, Artful Dodger and Santana.Dave’s career started when he studied with Duke Ellington’s bassist, Tony Leonardi. He’s performed with many national acts including Philip Sayce and Frank Romano.In the past, the trio has performed at Hook, Line and Drinkers in Portage Lakes and had a steady Saturday afternoon show at Christys Melody Inn in Cuyahoga Falls. That was until Vince unfortunately became seriously ill last February and the band took time off. The performance I saw at Musica was their first one in over a year. As Vince’s health continues to improve, they are currently booking shows for this summer.It was a great show and if you have the opportunity to see them, I’m sure you’ll enjoy the show as much as I and everyone at Musica did that night. Follow them onFacebook to keep up-to-date their schedule. For more information on the bands mentioned here check out their websites: Vince Ruby Trio, Dingtown and Easy Street.

I really enjoy musical groups that master the art harmonization. Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to see such an act, the Vince Ruby Trio. They performed in the intimate setting of Musica in downtown Akron. The trio is composed of Vince Ruby, Russ Hagler, and Dave Super. This is an off-shoot of a larger soulful, country band called Marty Falle and Dingtown. Because the three truly enjoy their craft, they created this trio in addition to their work with Dingtown. According to Russ, “We just love playing music together when not playing with “Dingtown” and this keeps our chops sharp and vocals tight”. They’re an acoustic act that specializes in adding a twist to songs from artists like Steely Dan, Prince, Hall and Oates, CSNY, and the Eagles, with their unique, three-part harmonies and excellent guitar work.
Each of these talented musicians have an impressive career in the music world.
Vince has worked with the likes of Peter Frampton, Terrance Trent Darby and Greg Allman. He’s even had some of his songs featured on the TV show, “Malcom in the Middle”.
Russ was once part of Easy Street and has shared the stage with Tom Petty, Artful Dodger and Santana.
Dave’s career started when he studied with Duke Ellington’s bassist, Tony Leonardi. He’s performed with many national acts including Philip Sayce and Frank Romano.
In the past, the trio has performed at Hook, Line and Drinkers in Portage Lakes and had a steady Saturday afternoon show at Christys Melody Inn in Cuyahoga Falls. That was until Vince unfortunately became seriously ill last February and the band took time off. The performance I saw at Musica was their first one in over a year. As Vince’s health continues to improve, they are currently booking shows for this summer.
It was a great show and if you have the opportunity to see them, I’m sure you’ll enjoy the show as much as I and everyone at Musica did that night. Follow them onFacebook to keep up-to-date their schedule. For more information on the bands mentioned here check out their websites: Vince Ruby Trio, Dingtown and Easy Street.

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