Ryan Montgomery to Headline NHL FL Panthers Country Western Night at BB&T Center
NASHVILLE PREDATORS vs FLORIDA PANTHERS on Tuesday, April 3rd: Tailgate Party In Coors Light Cold Zone
Sunrise, FL (PRUnderground) April 2nd, 2018
Nashville recording artist, Ryan Montgomery, to headline Country Western Night on Tuesday, April 3rd, hosted by The Florida Panthers vs The Nashville Predators in the Coors Light Cold Zone at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL.
Doors open early and pre-game tailgating begins at 5:30pm in the Coors Light Cold Zone featuring live music by Ryan Montgomery, line dancing lessons, corn hole competition, food and drinks.
“I’ve been traveling back and forth from South Florida to Nashville this past year and enjoy spending time in both places. I have performed at a few events hosted by The Florida Panthers at The BB&T Center this year and love playing for the hockey fans. Playing at the Nashville Predator’s game and being a part of Country Western Night is going to be a blast!”
A South Florida native, Ryan Montgomery is not only a Nashville recording artist but also an accomplished athlete, who as a youth participated in competitive sports and was, coincidentally, a Florida JR Panther while playing travel ice hockey.
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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.”