Singer-songwriter Ryan Montbleau has performed in St. Croix a number of times over the years and was upset to see the devastation this past summer’s hurricane brought upon the island and surrounding islands. Montbleau has responded by issuing a new single and accompanying video and has asked fans to donate to Cane Bay Cares.
Here’s a note from Ryan about the track:
“Ships in the Night” is not part of a new record, but it’s a new song I wanted to get released quickly. These are crazy days we’re living in and feelings of isolation seem to be running deep. Proceeds from the downloads and streams will be donated to Cane Bay Cares to help hurricane relief efforts on the island of St. Croix. Lots of people and places need help right now but St. Croix is a place with which I have a strong personal connection and they could sure use the help. Thank you for listening.
Head here to download “Ships In The Night.”
Watch the video for “Ships In The Night”:
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