Blaze Montgomery Death – Talented Tennessee Guitarist Blaze Montgomery has sadly passed away. He died on Saturday 16th December 2023 after being involved in a car accident. He was confirmed dead through a Facebook post that reads ” Our world has suffered an incomparable loss the likes of which we rarely see for – Blackman or no – there was only ever one Blaze. Yesterday was truly the day the music died”.
Who was Blaze Montgomery?
Coming from a humble background, Blaze embarked on his musical adventure at a young age. Intrigued by the sound of his father’s guitar, he felt a deep affinity for the instrument, and soon it felt like an extension of himself. It was his caring personality, rather than his obvious brilliance, that made him stand out. His concerts are more than just a demonstration of skill; they are moving stories that touch his listeners deeply. His humanitarian work was just as remarkable as his artistic accomplishments.
Blaze was deeply committed to giving back to the community, particularly through initiatives that promote the transformative power of music and work to elevate disadvantaged populations. An example of how talent, humility, and kindness can produce a domino effect of optimism and goodwill, his unfaltering commitment to his work and kind temperament are sources of inspiration.
Blaze Montgomery GoFundMe
Gwen Shroyer established a GoFundMe account on behalf of the deceased family on Sunday 17th of December 2023, in order to help with Blaze Montgomery’s burial expenditures and other expenses. The goal of the fundraiser was to raise the sum of $15,000 but $635 has been raised as of this writing. As of the time that this article was published, the account had received donations from 13 donors.
A statement from the account says “Hello, my name is Gwen Shroyer and I have the awesome privilege of teaching high school students in Cleveland, Tennessee. One of those students that really connected with what we were doing in my Rockband class was Blaze Montgomery. He was gifted by God to play guitar and was eager to share his talent with our band, ‘Quadrant D’ formally known as BCHS Rockband”.
Blaze Montgomery’s obituary will be released by the family
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