On the streets of Boston - in between classes at Berklee College of Music - Ryan Green found his calling with childhood friend Cameron Hood. While busking with their acoustic guitars, the two were snatched up by Clear Channel's Tea Party Concerts booking agency. Since then, the two, under the name Ryanhood, have toured the country opening up for artists such as Jason Mraz, Better Than Ezra, Plain White T's, Mat Kearney and Matt Nathanson. One part comedic exchange and one part music ensemble, Ryanhood has built a reputation around the country as one of the most entertaining and engaging acoustic duos today. Their airtight vocal harmonies, along with Ryan's rapidly precise guitar riffs and Cameron's soulfully rich lead vocals, create the pleasantly distinguishable "Ryanhood" sound. The song "Stopless," off of their new album, features their signature duo vocal style: echoing each other throughout the verse then falling effortlessly into perfect parallel harmony over the chorus. This playful back-and-forth is supported by shimmering acoustic guitar hooks by Ryan and a steady rhythmic foundation set by Cameron. Their new album, The World Awaits, produced by Grammy winner Ross Hogarth (Melissa Etheridge, Ziggy Marley), features the same feel-good breakdowns and radio-ready hooks that fans have loved about Ryanhood for years.