Do you like being “part of something”? Do you like helping like minded individuals succeed in a world controlled by Liberal Media? You can do something to day and be a part of the launch of the new single “Time Like This” from Ryan Weaver. Read this shit, then hit the pre order button today to help him rock the charts tomorrow when the song drops on iTunes.
Ryan Weaver is a bad ass, all-American, rockin’ country music artist who proudly served as an active duty Black Hawk Aviator, Chief Warrant Officer 3, United States Army. Weaver began his music career in 2005 while still on active duty, playing the club and festival circuit throughout the southeast. His performances are known for their unique blend of high-octane original songs and rockin’ cover material combined with a heartfelt message and genuine humor.
You may know Ryan from his last hit in the veteran and patriot community, “Burn” which was labeled by many as “America’s New Fight Song”. Our very own TJ Kirgin aka Sig Glockincolt was there for the producing of the Burn Video in Nashville along side Kris “Tanto” Paranto and John “Tig” Tiegen, both surviving hero’s from Benghazi.
Ryan debuted on a world stage in November 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. Weaver made his debut in the primetime performance slot, held in 2016 by Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, at PBR’s World Finals in Las Vegas, NV.
Another milestone was reached when Weavers launched the pre order on iTunes of his newest single called “Time Like This” on 8/1
What you may not know is by pre ordering this single you can potentially help Ryan hit the charts on the album launch day.
You cannot hear the single yet on iTunes, but you can hear it right here
“Time Like This” is available for pre-order on iTunes.
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 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. Shortly afterward, one of his brothers, Aaron, was deployed just west of him in Fallujah.
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 Ryan’s fire to accomplish his dreams in music.