Ryan Seaton resurfaces

Ryan Seaton’s wife posted a video on Facebook several days ago of Ryan Seaton singing the National Anthem: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=103966322966472

He plans to announce his plans (and a new website) next month. Whether or not he ends up going solo, this video appears to be his first public appearance since leaving Signature Sound.

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  1. Thank you! He was on my mind last night and I was praying for him.

  2. He did a great job! I’m anxious to see what is future plans are. He’s one of the best in the business.

  3. Nice find, Daniel!

    According to a flyer that was left on my car after a recent concert, both Ryan Seaton and Marshall Hall are expected to emcee at a concert in Orlando at the Florida Citrus Bowl in October.
    The flyer is put out by Entam Concerts. The two-day event is billed as “Reunion: A country music celebration with a southern gospel flair.” Sunday, Oct. 17 seems to have the most SG artists on the bill, including Jason Crabb, the LeFevre Quartet, the Blackwood Brothers Quartet, the Hoppers and Jeff and Sheri Easter.

  4. Nice job on a difficult song. The change for EHSS is still puzzling to me. Having seen them back in Jan with Devin they did a nice job, but I don’t necessarily think they upgraded the lead part.

  5. I,too, saw EHSS and in my opinion,the sound was not improved with the change.

    Will be glad when some of your videos and songs get out to the public. I’ll be one of the first to buy. God be with you!!!

    • I just saw them this weekend; I wouldn’t say that the sound was improved, necessarily—it was different and just as good.

      But give Devin a little while to settle in, and for them to come out with arrangements specifically done for his voice . . . you’ll be hearing good stuff, then!