Ronan Tynan has become one of the most inspirational figures in the world. His strength and
positivity have inspired countless people across the globe. His music and his motivational words of wisdom have touched the
lives of so many. And his live concerts are no different. He is a native of Dublin, Ireland, but calls America his second
home. He feels indebted to the kindness and generosity he's felt when he performs in America, and he tries to give that love
back when he sings to packed stadiums and theater venues. His stirring and beautiful renditions of classic songs like "Amazing
Grace," "God Bless America" and "New York, New York," are love letters to the country that his welcomed him with open arms.
has performed with orchestras, sung opera in world-renowned performance halls and performed with The Irish Tenors in worldwide
tours. There's nothing this singer can't do, and he brings it all to the stage at his solo concerts. And don't miss out on
his friendly advice. He has given more than 50 speeches for corporations and organizations who are inspired by his exceptional
story. These pearls of wisdom, along with a self-deprecating sense of humor, are just some of what makes Tynan's concerts
Tynan has overcome many obstacles in his lifetime to become not only a world-renowned
athlete, but a globe-trotting singer who inspires others with his heart-warming renditions of classic songs. Because he is
so uniquely talented, Tynan has been asked to perform for some very important people over the years. He performed for several
events during the George W. Bush administration, George H. W. Bush's 80th birthday, a prayer service to commemorate George
W. Bush's second inauguration, the 2008 President's Dinner and at the installation Mass of New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan
at St. Patrick's Cathedral in 2009. He continues to perform for dignitaries and other big-name events.
Ronan Tynan is truly an inspiration and shows the power and strength of the human spirit. Tynan was born
in Dublin, Ireland with a genetic disorder that made his legs unusually short and underdeveloped. But his troubles didn't
stop there. He was severely injured in a motor vehicle accident when he was 20-years-old, which resulted in the amputation
of both legs. But these seemingly insurmountable obstacles didn't slow Tynan down. He strapped on his new prosthetic legs
and began training for international track and field events. He went on to represent his native Ireland in the 1984 and 1988
Summer Paralympics, winning more than a half a dozen medals. During that time Tynan also set world records, becoming the first
disabled athlete to be inducted into the National College of Physical Education.
Tynan went on to become a physician,
specializing in orthopedics and sports injuries. He was determined to help other athletes who were hindered by medical issues.
While the talented athlete was working on his medical degree, he also studied voice. He honed his skills not only as a physician,
but as a singer. He won a series of national voice competitions in the early 90s, and eventually joined the Irish Tenors.
He has become world-renowned with his performances with the Tenors and his solo performances singing "God Bless America" during
New York Yankees home games and "New York, New York" at Belmont Stakes.
has become one of the most beloved vocalists in the world, singing for some of the most important events in sports history
and for some of the most important people in the world. Tynan first found success when he began singing with The Irish Tenors,
who toured the globe, performing for tens of thousands of screaming fans and the world's most important dignitaries.
left The Irish Tenors in early 2004 in order to pursue a solo career. While he was unsure of where the future was going to
take him, he knew that music was going to be a part of it. Within months, Tynan found himself at the Washington National Cathedral
performing at the funeral service for United States President Ronald Reagan. His renditions of "Amazing Grace" and Franz Schubert's
"Ave Maria" brought the guests to tears, and showed Tynan's true talent for classic songs.
you're a New York Yankees fan, then you know that the Opening Day is one of the highlights of the season. Everyone is gathered
together to make a fresh start and earn the top spot once more. For Ronan Tynan, this scene is not just a baseball game, it
is a stage. He has become the unofficial singer for this historic and tradition-filled day, and fans can't seem to get enough
of him. His Irish-twinged vocals and powerhouse voice make every performance an unforgettable one. And when he belts out "God
Bless America," there's not a dry eye in the stadium.