Ryan Ross

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Introduction

Ryan Ross was the guitarist and lyricist for the band Panic! At the Disco. In 2009 he and fellow bandmate Jon Walker left the band to form their own, calling themselves The Young Veins.

The Artist

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Terminology

Below is a list of terms and their definitions that are used in this fan community.

Nicknames

His many nicknames include Ryro, Ryho, Ryry, Ry

Pairings

Ryden: The pairing of Ryan with bandmate Brendon Urie, the vocalist. This is the most popular OTP[citation needed]. Their stage shows caused even Rolling Stone magazine to question as to whether the two were really dating.[citation needed] Some people spell this pairing as Rydon.


Rywalk: The pairing of Ryan with bassist Jon Walker. After former bassist Brent Wilson was kicked out of the band, Jon stepped in. The band had known him from their tour with The Academy Is..., on which Jon was a guitar tech.

Rycer: The pairing of Ryan with drummer Spencer Smith. Ryan has known best friend Spencer since he was five.

Ryte: The pairing of Ryan with Pete Wentz. Panic at the Disco [then Panic! At The Disco] was the second band signed to Pete's vanity label, Decaydance. This pairing can be attributed to Ryan's fanboying over Pete before they had met and the infamous AOL Instant Messenger conversation including:

Pete Wentz (7:49:47 PM): How does the singiner look

Ryan Ross (7:50:05 PM): dead sexy.

Ryan Ross (7:50:41 PM): he's no pete wentz. but still[citation needed]

Timeline

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Kerfluffles

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Influential fanworks

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Fandom members

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Fandom size

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See also

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