Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tyson Ritter

Tyson Ritter is the handsome lead singer and bass guitarist of popular rock band The All American Rejects. Their first hit was "Swing, Swing" from their self-titled 2003 album. Their second album, Move Along, brought more success with hits like "Dirty Little Secret," "It Ends Tonight," and "Move Along." Their fourth album, Kids in the Street, was just released last month.
Tyson is also an occasional model and actor and appeared in the movie, The House Bunny. Tyson's charity "Don't Hate on Haiti" raises money for water for Haiti residents.
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What is Tyson Ritter reading??
According to Us Weekly, Tyson has these books on his e-reader:
Tales of Ordinary Madness by Charles Bukowski "I call it train-wreck reading for a most willing passenger."
Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut "The author is my hero. His whimsical way of taking you from a church to a spaceship is seamless. This is an adventure about the demise of mankind that's not sad, but fun!"
Find out more e-reader picks of Ritter's in the April 9, 2012 issue of Us Weekly.
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You can find out more about Tyson at www.allamericanrejects.com. You can also follow him on Twitter.
Photo from Wikipedia Commons.

9 comments:

DEZMOND said...

Never heard of him before, but we could sure drown in those blue oceans of his :)

cleemckenzie said...

I love to hear young guys are ready Vonnegut!

Jemi Fraser said...

Love that he's reading interesting stuff! :)

Anonymous said...

I can't find the article :( I'm definitely interested in checking out his other picks

Theresa Milstein said...

Tyson sounds like a smart boy.

Susan Oloier said...

Water is such a critical issue that is vastly ignored. What a great cause!

Kelly Polark said...

Dezz- And check out the cheekbones!
Lee and Jemi - Agreed. Definitely cool picks for a young guy.
Anon- His other picks may just be in the magazine and not online.
Theresa - A smart, pretty boy.
Susan - I love when celebs do something good with their fame!

Anita said...

I could use a little more Vonnegut in my life. And this guy's cheekbones are perfect, aren't they?!

Christina Lee said...

NICE! And um, spread some bone structure around, dude!! :D