Brother Ron | Crazy Grace

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Crazy Grace

by Brother Ron

Contemporary Gospel Music for the soul
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Gospel
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Ron first took an interest in music at the age of 6. Coming from a musical family Ron was always
surrounded by the sounds of both his grandmothers playing piano or organ at home or at the church. All
of his aunts and uncles, mom and dad, and even older sister either sang, played instruments or both. His
first love was playing the drums. Ron performed for the first time at the John Harms Theater in
Englewood, NJ. He played the drums on ”Oh Happy Day”. Years later during middle school he took up
the alto saxophone which he would continue to play through high school, where he was awarded two
scholarships to Berklee College of Music. (one for playing drums, the other for playing sax). Before he
finished middle school, Ron had entered several talent shows where he sung for the first time publicly.
In his freshmen year of high school Ron picked up the piano and acquired a passion for songwriting.
While serving in the USAF Ron won first place in the Budweiser Songwriting Contest, but was unable to
go past the regional level because of his military commitment. He would also tour with the Tops N Blue
Overseas Cast in 1987. (an equivalent to the USO bands of the 1940’s and 50’s). After moving to
Indianapolis in 1990, Ron was selected to appear on Natalie Cole’s Big Break as part of Ronald Lee and
S.W.E.T. He has also placed two songs on Tony Terry’s “Heart of a Man” album, as well as opened for
112 and William McDowell in concert. Currently his passion is leading the Praise and Worship at his
church and pouring himself into various ministries as needed. His hope is that his love for music always
shines the light on his love for God.



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