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Ryan Weaver Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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About Ryan Weaver

2019 Performances & Speaking Engagements:

AAAA Annual Convention, Gaylord Opryland
April 16th, 2019
T.A.P.S. Annual Convention Arlington, VA
May 25th, 2019

2018 Performance Highlights:

Madison Square Garden New York City, NY January 6, 2018
AT&T Stadium Arlington, TX February 24, 2018 (46k Record PBR Crowd)
Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN August 17, 2018
DUKE/Army NCAA Football Halftime Show, August 31, 2018
PBR World Finals, T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV November 10, 2018

Additional 2018 Highlights:
• Released his new EP Celebrate America, along with a patriotic music video for the single, “Never Forgotten,” honoring America’s fallen Military, Law Enforcement and First Responders.
• Appeared twice on “The Huckabee Show” on TBN on May 19, 2018 and again on August 18, 2018.
• CMT Music Awards, Red Carpet - June 2018
• The New Nashville at Wildhorse Saloon - June 2018
• Country Thunder, Twin Lakes, WI - July 21, 2018
• Signed on as an official endorsing artist and partner brand with Nine Line Apparel
• Partner brand w/Lane Boots. Official Ryan Weaver "Old Glory" by Lane Boots are available now.
• Weaver just completed the 2018 PBR 25th Anniversary Tour as the Patriotic Voice of the PBR featuring Weaver's songs, written for the sport and its fans, in their events, marketing, digital and social media and television broadcasts as part of their Celebrate America Campaign.

Previous Notable Performances:

• PBR performances included: PBR 25th Anniversary Tour Kickoff at Madison Square Garden; PBR World Finals in Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena; Oklahoma City, OK at Chesapeake Energy Arena; Sacramento, CA at Golden 1 Center; Kansas City, MO at Sprint Center; St. Louis, MO at Scottrade Center; Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium; Albuquerque, NM at Dreamstyle Arena; Glendale, AZ at Gila River Casino Arena; Sioux Falls, SD at Denny Sanford PREMIER Center; Tacoma, WA at Tacoma Dome and Billings, MT at Rimrock Auto Arena.
• 2x Charlie Daniels Volunteer Jam at Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN -- Last Volunteer Jam included Kid Rock, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, Travis Tritt, 3 Doors Down, Kellie Pickler and Chris Young
• 2x Colorado Freedom Fest -- Last Fredom Fest included with Jack Russell’s Great White, Warrant and Dokken Castle Rock, CO
• Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, TN
• The Ryman Auditorium w/Charlie Daniels, Phil Vassar, Andy Griggs, Ty Herndon & Jamie O’Neal Nashville, TN
• CMA Music Festival as an official performing artist on the Samsung Galaxy Stage including Laura Bell Bundy, Gwen Sebastian, Danielle Peck, Cowboy Troy & Julie Roberts – Nashville, TN
• Has opened for George Jones, Charlie Daniels, Blake Shelton, Craig Morgan, Montgomery Gentry, Trace Adkins, Phil Vassar, Kellie Pickler, Ty Herndon, Jamie O’Neal, Andy Griggs, Jamey Johnson, Jason Michael Carroll, James Otto, Darryl Worley, Tracy Lawrence, Jeffrey Steele, Jack Russell’s Great White, Warrant and Dokken.
• Sang the National Anthem for PBR, MLB, AFL, PIFL and multiple NCAA sports

Military Background/Short Bio
Ryan’s personal story is like no other artist in country music today. Growing up with a family of eleven in a small town in Floral City, Florida, he joined the Army right after high school. After several years of working as a Military Intelligence Analyst, Ryan followed in the footsteps of both of his two older brothers, Steve and Aaron, by attending Warrant Officer Candidate School and flight school. He graduated top of his class in flight school, becoming a Black Hawk Aviator. In April 2003, he deployed to Baghdad International Airport in Iraq, and shortly afterward, one of his brothers, Aaron, was deployed just west of him in Fallujia.
On January 8, 2004, Aaron was killed in action when the Medivac helicopter he was a passenger in was shot down by enemy fire. Ryan certainly understood mortality and the risks of combat. After all, Aaron survived the bloody 1993 battle in Mogadishu, Somalia that became the basis for the movie, Black Hawk Down. When Aaron died, however, something changed for Ryan. He returned from combat, taking a new position training the next generation of Army aviators and officers at Fort Rucker, Alabama and has not piloted a Black Hawk since that fateful day.
On December 17, 2013 Ryan’s brother-in-law, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Randy Billings, was killed in action in Afghanistan when the Black Hawk helicopter he was piloting was shot down by an enemy ground-detonated explosive device. This second heartbreaking loss made the Weaver family a two-time Gold Star family. Both of his brothers’ ultimate sacrifices continue to fuel his fire to accomplish his dreams in music.
Ryan debuted in 2017 as the Patriotic Voice of the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) for their Celebrate America campaign. The World Finals is the biggest global stage in professional bull riding - a booming sport now seen in more than 400 million homes worldwide. The Celebrate America campaign is a season-long initiative that honors heroes, inspires youth and brings communities together. Weaver made his debut in the primetime performance slot, held in 2016 by Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler. At that time, the PBR officially launched Ryan as an artist, along with the debut of his new EP entitled Celebrate America. Ryan worked closely with hit songwriter Wynn Varble on the Celebrate America EP, co-writing three of the four songs. He has toured the US with the PBR, performing these songs and singing the National Anthem.
Ryan also recorded the first single of the album “Songs That Save Our Lives” with the West Point Military Academy’s Benny Havens Band. The song was short-listed for a GRAMMY Award consideration in the American Roots category. On the debut album from the West Point Military Academy band, he was named on the cover that states, “Featuring Charlie Daniels and Ryan Weaver.”
Though Ryan has been entertaining audiences across the country over the past decade, in 2014 he made his Ryman Auditorium debut and his Grand Ole Opry debut on September 11, 2015 with Charlie Daniels. At the end of 2016, Ryan released the music video for his single, “BURN,” featuring Kris “Tanto” Paranto and John “Tig” Tiegen from the movie 13 Hours: Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. This video aired nationwide and internationally at over 5,000 retailers, restaurants and entertainment venues as well as on The Country Network and The Heartland Network throughout the end of 2016 and beginning of 2017. His first single music video “Crank It” played nationally on ZUUS Country TV and TNN/Heartland Network and spent 8 weeks in the Top 10 Video Countdown, a network record.

For Booking Inquiries, email weavercountryinfo@gmail.com
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Genres:
Rock, Country
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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About Ryan Weaver

2019 Performances & Speaking Engagements:

AAAA Annual Convention, Gaylord Opryland
April 16th, 2019
T.A.P.S. Annual Convention Arlington, VA
May 25th, 2019

2018 Performance Highlights:

Madison Square Garden New York City, NY January 6, 2018
AT&T Stadium Arlington, TX February 24, 2018 (46k Record PBR Crowd)
Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN August 17, 2018
DUKE/Army NCAA Football Halftime Show, August 31, 2018
PBR World Finals, T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV November 10, 2018

Additional 2018 Highlights:
• Released his new EP Celebrate America, along with a patriotic music video for the single, “Never Forgotten,” honoring America’s fallen Military, Law Enforcement and First Responders.
• Appeared twice on “The Huckabee Show” on TBN on May 19, 2018 and again on August 18, 2018.
• CMT Music Awards, Red Carpet - June 2018
• The New Nashville at Wildhorse Saloon - June 2018
• Country Thunder, Twin Lakes, WI - July 21, 2018
• Signed on as an official endorsing artist and partner brand with Nine Line Apparel
• Partner brand w/Lane Boots. Official Ryan Weaver "Old Glory" by Lane Boots are available now.
• Weaver just completed the 2018 PBR 25th Anniversary Tour as the Patriotic Voice of the PBR featuring Weaver's songs, written for the sport and its fans, in their events, marketing, digital and social media and television broadcasts as part of their Celebrate America Campaign.

Previous Notable Performances:

• PBR performances included: PBR 25th Anniversary Tour Kickoff at Madison Square Garden; PBR World Finals in Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena; Oklahoma City, OK at Chesapeake Energy Arena; Sacramento, CA at Golden 1 Center; Kansas City, MO at Sprint Center; St. Louis, MO at Scottrade Center; Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium; Albuquerque, NM at Dreamstyle Arena; Glendale, AZ at Gila River Casino Arena; Sioux Falls, SD at Denny Sanford PREMIER Center; Tacoma, WA at Tacoma Dome and Billings, MT at Rimrock Auto Arena.
• 2x Charlie Daniels Volunteer Jam at Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN -- Last Volunteer Jam included Kid Rock, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, Travis Tritt, 3 Doors Down, Kellie Pickler and Chris Young
• 2x Colorado Freedom Fest -- Last Fredom Fest included with Jack Russell’s Great White, Warrant and Dokken Castle Rock, CO
• Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, TN
• The Ryman Auditorium w/Charlie Daniels, Phil Vassar, Andy Griggs, Ty Herndon & Jamie O’Neal Nashville, TN
• CMA Music Festival as an official performing artist on the Samsung Galaxy Stage including Laura Bell Bundy, Gwen Sebastian, Danielle Peck, Cowboy Troy & Julie Roberts – Nashville, TN
• Has opened for George Jones, Charlie Daniels, Blake Shelton, Craig Morgan, Montgomery Gentry, Trace Adkins, Phil Vassar, Kellie Pickler, Ty Herndon, Jamie O’Neal, Andy Griggs, Jamey Johnson, Jason Michael Carroll, James Otto, Darryl Worley, Tracy Lawrence, Jeffrey Steele, Jack Russell’s Great White, Warrant and Dokken.
• Sang the National Anthem for PBR, MLB, AFL, PIFL and multiple NCAA sports

Military Background/Short Bio
Ryan’s personal story is like no other artist in country music today. Growing up with a family of eleven in a small town in Floral City, Florida, he joined the Army right after high school. After several years of working as a Military Intelligence Analyst, Ryan followed in the footsteps of both of his two older brothers, Steve and Aaron, by attending Warrant Officer Candidate School and flight school. He graduated top of his class in flight school, becoming a Black Hawk Aviator. In April 2003, he deployed to Baghdad International Airport in Iraq, and shortly afterward, one of his brothers, Aaron, was deployed just west of him in Fallujia.
On January 8, 2004, Aaron was killed in action when the Medivac helicopter he was a passenger in was shot down by enemy fire. Ryan certainly understood mortality and the risks of combat. After all, Aaron survived the bloody 1993 battle in Mogadishu, Somalia that became the basis for the movie, Black Hawk Down. When Aaron died, however, something changed for Ryan. He returned from combat, taking a new position training the next generation of Army aviators and officers at Fort Rucker, Alabama and has not piloted a Black Hawk since that fateful day.
On December 17, 2013 Ryan’s brother-in-law, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Randy Billings, was killed in action in Afghanistan when the Black Hawk helicopter he was piloting was shot down by an enemy ground-detonated explosive device. This second heartbreaking loss made the Weaver family a two-time Gold Star family. Both of his brothers’ ultimate sacrifices continue to fuel his fire to accomplish his dreams in music.
Ryan debuted in 2017 as the Patriotic Voice of the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) for their Celebrate America campaign. The World Finals is the biggest global stage in professional bull riding - a booming sport now seen in more than 400 million homes worldwide. The Celebrate America campaign is a season-long initiative that honors heroes, inspires youth and brings communities together. Weaver made his debut in the primetime performance slot, held in 2016 by Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler. At that time, the PBR officially launched Ryan as an artist, along with the debut of his new EP entitled Celebrate America. Ryan worked closely with hit songwriter Wynn Varble on the Celebrate America EP, co-writing three of the four songs. He has toured the US with the PBR, performing these songs and singing the National Anthem.
Ryan also recorded the first single of the album “Songs That Save Our Lives” with the West Point Military Academy’s Benny Havens Band. The song was short-listed for a GRAMMY Award consideration in the American Roots category. On the debut album from the West Point Military Academy band, he was named on the cover that states, “Featuring Charlie Daniels and Ryan Weaver.”
Though Ryan has been entertaining audiences across the country over the past decade, in 2014 he made his Ryman Auditorium debut and his Grand Ole Opry debut on September 11, 2015 with Charlie Daniels. At the end of 2016, Ryan released the music video for his single, “BURN,” featuring Kris “Tanto” Paranto and John “Tig” Tiegen from the movie 13 Hours: Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. This video aired nationwide and internationally at over 5,000 retailers, restaurants and entertainment venues as well as on The Country Network and The Heartland Network throughout the end of 2016 and beginning of 2017. His first single music video “Crank It” played nationally on ZUUS Country TV and TNN/Heartland Network and spent 8 weeks in the Top 10 Video Countdown, a network record.

For Booking Inquiries, email weavercountryinfo@gmail.com
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Country
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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