Ryan Montgomery Kicks Off the New Year in Nashville at "The Castle" Recording Vocals for Debut EP
“I’m super pumped to head back to Castle for vocals especially after being fortunate enough to work with Nashville’s top session players a few weeks ago!”
West Palm Beach, Florida to Nashville, Tennessee (PRUnderground) January 2nd, 2018
Nashville recording artisit and upcoming country singer/songwriter, Ryan Montgomery, returns to Nashville on January 2nd to record vocals for his debut EP at Castle Recording Studios, a world-class recording studio tucked just ouside of “The Row”, that has been host to legends such as Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton to today’s chart toppers such as Chris Stapleton, Faith Hill and Keith Urban.
A few weeks ago on December 13th, Nashville’s top session players met at the Castle to track the 6 original songs to be included on Ryan Montgomery’s debut EP scheduled to be released in Spring 2018. Montgomery’s producer, Beau Maxwell, carefully chose Nashville’s prime talent to work their “magic” in the studio and the results were amazing : Joel Key (Session Leader: Acoustic/Mando/Ganjo), Jerry McPherson (Guitar), Tony Lucido (Bass), Jerry Roe (Drums), Dan Dugmore (Steel/Dobro), Charlie Judge (Piano/Keys/Synth/B3).
“It was an amazing experience working with some of the most talented sesssion players in Nashville and I am so appreciative of my incredible producer, Beau Maxwell. I can’t wait to release this EP in Spring 2018!”
In order to fine-tune his vocals, Ryan Montgomery has been working with one of the world’s top vocal coaches, Renee Grant-Williams, who has coached some of country and pop music’s top artists including: Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood, Faith Hill, Miley Cyrus and Christina Aguilera, just to name a few.
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About Ryan Montgomery
From an early age… it was apparent to Ryan’s family and friends how drawn he was to music: drumming with any item that remotely resembled a drumstick, playing his guitar non-stop, listening to every genre of music available, and sitting in the front row at church to be close to the band.
”Music has always been my passion for as long as I can remember. When I was a little kid I used to sit absolutely transfixed whenever there was any kind of live music available to watch knowing that I wanted to perform like that one day.”
Although music was always at the forefront, Ryan had other interests as a youth as well. Growing up in South Florida allowed Ryan to participate in numerous sports and his athleticism enabled him to excel in many including travel ice hockey, basketball, competitive waterskiing, surfing and bodybuilding.
Ryan was able to successfully balance school, sports and music throughout his elementary, middle and high school years and as he entered college made a decision to focus primarily on both his college education and music.
“My family has always supported me and encouraged me to set goals and work hard to achieve them…I am thankful for the gifts I have been given and am extremely blessed to be able to do what I love.”