August 10, 2019 - 6:00 pm
Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge
175 West Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
7Souls, with Midnite Run, The Lost & Found Trio, and Kenny Arnold present a Ryanstrong Benefit Concert at The Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge.
Due to the tragic death of drummer Eddie Keafer, KYLN will not be appearing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the members of the band and their families. Godspeed, Eddie. We will be missing you!
Christopher “Ryan” Seth passed away May 2nd, 2019 at the age of 46 after a valiant struggle with an aggressive form of cancer. More importantly Ryan lived life fully.
Ryanstrong seeks to help the Seth family as they rebuild their lives, and continue Ryan’s legacy of participation and support of causes he believed in, such as the Foundation for Community Betterment, Oyster Recovery Partnership, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, as well as cancer research.
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On Sale May 31 at 10AM!
5:30 - Doors Open 6:00 - Kenny Arnold 7:15 - Lost & Found Trio 8:30 - Midnite Run 10:00 - 7Souls
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On Sale May 31 at 10AM!
Thanks to the members of 7Souls, Midnite Run, and to Kenny Arnold for their gracious donation of their talent, energy, and time, as well as to the management and staff at Metropolitan for making this event possible.
- Please have ID and ticket ready at door.
- No bags or backpacks.
- No Re-entry for under 21.
- No outside food or drink.
- No moshing, stage diving or slam dancing.
- No Vaping in the building.
Ryan grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and was proud of his deep family shore roots. He attended Queen Anne’s County High School where he played lacrosse. He went on to Chesapeake College, Salisbury, and Towson. While at Towson Ryan met Jenny, his wife and best friend of 20 years. They moved to Annapolis and had two daughters, Sydney (20) and Samantha (15). Ryan had a passion for life. He was a runner who owned a running store and coached runners. He was a cyclist who enjoyed mountain, road, tri, and cyclocross biking. Ryan directed the bike course for the local youth triathlon for years. He coached youth lacrosse and officiated at swim meets. Ryan loved the bay, boating and oysters.
He got everyone to love what he loved just by suggesting they try it with him. His personality, charm and wit made you want to be around him. He had funny nicknames for many of his close friends. His favorite word was adequate, but he was far from that. Ryan was a family first guy, and his devotion was unconditional. Ryan loved music of all sorts and usually had some dance or jingle to go with songs he liked. He especially loved the Grateful Dead and had all their concerts in his music library. He was also a collector of pens, watches, ball caps and books. He was very stylish and had an outfit for everything from fishing to black tie and all in-between.
As an avid reader his interests were business, health, self-betterment, classic novels, bio’s and more. He was extremely intelligent and was always looking to learn. In the early days of online business Ryan researched and became an expert in marketing, social media, and SEO. He was most recently working as the V.P. of Consumer Media for Hanley Wood in Washington D.C. He had teams in Tucson AZ., San Francisco and Petaluma CA. He loved to travel to see his teams-especially Tucson.
Ryan is survived by his wife Jenny, his daughters Sydney and Samantha, his parents William (Bill), and Susan Seth of Centreville MD. Ryan is also survived by his brother Andrew (Andy), sister in law Jodi Seth and nephew Logan. Also surviving are in-laws John and RoseMary Kreiger, sister and brother in- law Ali Colman and Rob Snyder and nephews Tommy, Jackson and niece Anna. And his beloved Husky dog Chelsea also survives him. He was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents.