Ronnie Rice picked up a guitar when he was 16 years old and hasn't put it down yet! He began his musical career as a solo performer in Evanston, Illinois. In the late 1960s, Ron joined the Chicago-based group, The New Colony Six and sang lead vocals on many of their hit records, including oldies favorites I Will Always Think About You and Things I'd Like to Say.
In the mid-1970s, Ronnie began developing and perfecting his unique blend of Rock 'n Roll classics. Today, Ronnie performs at over 100-concerts a year throughout the United States—appearing at concert halls, municipal summer festivals, clubs and outdoor events as well as playing for corporate functions and private affairs.
If you have a favorite song, just yell it out! Ronnie knows them all! If you feel like getting up and dancing, go to it! If you want to sing along, sing it LOUD! Just remember, when Ronnie starts singing and playing, the party begins.
If you remember greasers, surfing, hot rods, American Bandstand and all those great dances, fads and songs that came out of Detroit, Philadelphia and California or if you just want to have a really terrific time listening to some great Rock 'n Roll—then you're in for a real treat.
Shift into high gear—the excitement is about to begin. Tune up your doo-wah-diddies and bop-shoo-bops and get ready to shake, rattle and roll with "Mr. Sing-Along" himself—Ronnie Rice.