Born and raised in the swamps of Miami-Dade County, Marshal Rones has left his footprints all over the entertainment industry.  After cutting his teeth in heavier bands, Rones initially emerged on the national scene as Montgomery Drive.  Since 2004, he has booked and performed for thousands in various venues across the United States.  In 2011, Rones became the First American Musician to tour Japan and initiate relief fund efforts following the devastating Earthquake/Tsunami Disaster.  Upon returning to the states, he worked to complete his Bachelor’s Degree at Florida International University, before ultimately going on to achieve a Master’s Degree from Full Sail University.  Following those accomplishments, Rones would go on to work for a variety of companies including a prominent Talent Agency, an AV Company, multiple Marketing/PR Firms, a Magazine, and even a Recording Studio.  In July 2015, Rones began working exclusively for Foundation Presents who book The Social, The Beacham, Hard Rock, House Of Blues, and the St. Augustine Amphitheater.  In this position, Rones would book hundreds of events and festivals featuring local, regional, national, and international artists all while simultaneously performing and touring alongside his handful of musical endeavors.  Moreover, Rones would also singlehandedly create the weekly events at 64 North and the award winning monthly series Punk On The Patio.  As 2017 came to a close, Rones announced his departure from Foundation Presents and his decision to move forward as a free agent. Although his time working exclusively for the influential indie booking group had come to a close, his relationship with them had not. In this new capacity Rones has been able to maintain full control over his events, continue to work with Foundation Presents on various projects, and work with other venues; as well as on a multitude of outside endeavors.