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Ron Renninger | Tales of a Vagrant Heart

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Tales of a Vagrant Heart

by Ron Renninger

Acoustic eclectic contemporary Folk featuring intricate fingerpicking, down to earth vocals and well-crafted songs and instrumental pieces.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Another Kite to Fly
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2. At Any Given Moment
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3. A Place in Love
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4. It's No Longer Love
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5. Tip of the Iceberg
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6. Kilkenny Mist (Instrumental)
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7. Flowers in the Sidewalk
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8. Sleep Well
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9. No Matter How Big You Are
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10. There but for the Grace of Love
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11. Shadows on the Wall
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12. Lydia's Lullaby (Instrumental)
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13. Gifts
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14. What I See in Susan (Live)
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15. Watch Out
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16. Memories of You
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17. The Truth
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18. Crimes of Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Coming of age in the eclectic and inspiring atmosphere of the 1960’s, Ron’s narrative is one of an insecure teenager awakening to the music in his soul, then vowing to devote the rest of his life to pushing the envelope of it’s possibilities.
His first band “The Basement Concession” landed a recording contract with the newly formed SIRE records. Such early success was very encouraging to an optimistic and starry eyed seventeen year old who moved to NY's Greenwich Village to further pursue his music dreams.
Dividing his time between Woodstock NY, Manhattan and Northern California, Ron added to his musical experiences by rubbing elbows and jamming with such greats as David Bromberg, Jorma Kaukonen, Doc Watson, Buzz Feiten, Tim Hardin, and Taj Mahal. (during a particularly exciting six month stretch, Ron played back up for Chuck Berry, jammed with Santana and had a one-on-one with Jimi Hendrix)
Moving on to recording, he became a sought-after session guitarist on New York's highly competitive recording circuit.
Ron's quest for a more acoustic sound led him to the Green Mountains of Vermont where he performed with folk-rock groups such as the popular Willow. It was during this period that he began honing his distinctive singing and songwriting skills.
Since then, Ron Renninger has shared the stage withRichie Havens, Lucinda Williams, Jesse Colin Young, John Hammond Jr., Lucy Kaplansky, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee and Christine Lavin.
He's performed in countless venues and festivals from Tampa to Tokyo to London; from Colorado’s Telluride Bluegrass Festival to NYC's Bottom Line Club.

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