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The album Lights and Sounds was released in January 2006, unlike their last album Ocean Avenue, Lights and Sounds broke away from the band's pop punk sound to a more alternative rock album. During the Yellowcard hiatus Ryan also started singing in a side project entitled "Big If" with singer Sean O'Donnell of Reeve Oliver.
Big If has released several songs on their My Space page, but have not yet released a record. Although they have never officially announced their break-up, all members of the band are now in Yellowcard and the band's Twitter and My Space pages have been removed.
The goal was to reach ,000 by September 20 so that Key could start his record label, and he ultimately raised 106,372 to make that happen.
One of the first bands to record was his side music projects Will & The Whiskeymen.
Key also contributed guest vocals on a new Silverstein song, entitled "Stay Posi", released in early 2011.
Key and fellow Yellowcard member Ryan Mendez spent May 2012 producing and recording the Like Torches album Keep Your Head High.
Ryan Key recorded a song entitled "Stop Right There" with Hollywood-based pop-punk band Assemble the Skyline.
The track was released on January 7, 2011 with Assemble the Skyline's new EP "Right Here. He also worked with Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas, contributing vocals on his song "Gotta Get it Now".
In September 2017, it was announced that Key would perform with Linkin Park in the Linkin Park and Friends – Celebrate Life in Honor of Chester Bennington, to celebrate late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington.They majored in theater for a short while before dropping out to go to Santa Cruz, California and audition together for the Tooth & Nail punk rock band Craig's Brother, which was looking for two guitarists and backup vocalists.They were successful, but after touring for a while, at one time representing the band as an acoustic duo at the Cornerstone Festival, the band's van broke down and with the tour abruptly cancelled, Ryan moved back to Jacksonville and took a shift at Chili's with bandmate and friend Sean Mackin. Key came back and replaced Ben Dobson as Yellowcard's lead singer in 2000 after being asked by guitarist Ben Harper.Mosely left during recording of the album due to personal problems. The band spent the rest of the year promoting their new album nonstop since its release while touring with Linkin Park and Blue October.The band then asked Alex Lewis to join as the bass guitarist. Billboard 200, the album was a commercial success in the United States with the hit singles Way Away, Ocean Avenue, and Only One. Yellowcard released their live album Live from Las Vegas at the Palms on January 22, 2008.