Ronnie Dawson


Ronnie on stage at Carnegie Hall April 29, 1994

Dallas singer Ronnie Dawson dead at 64
 

10:03 PM CDT on Tuesday, September 30, 2003

By THOR CHRISTENSEN / The Dallas Morning News


Dallas rock pioneer Ronnie Dawson, the “Blonde Bomber” who enthralled fans at the Big D Jamboree in the

’50s and Carnegie Hall in the ’90s, died at his East Dallas home Tuesday afternoon. He was 64.

He continued to sing after he was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2002. One of his last gigs was an emotional

performance at the Rockabilly Rave festival in England in February.

“Word had gotten out about my situation, and I could see people crying even before I finished the show -

I wasn’t prepared for that,” he told The Dallas Morning News in May.

Fans and colleagues around the country had rallied to help the singer pay his medical bills. In June, more than a

dozen bands played a concert in his honor at Dallas’ Sons of Hermann Hall, and there were more benefit shows in

Chicago and his childhood hometown of Waxahachie.

Mr. Dawson never racked up a Top 40 single or a gold album, but he was one of Dallas’ first bona fide rock stars.

As a lanky, burr-haired teenager in the late ’50s, the singer - then known as Ronnie D. - cut a series of swaggering,

influential tunes like “Action Packed” and “I Make the Love.” He had young girls squealing during his Sportatorium

performances at the Big D Jamboree, and he held his own against fellow Big D acts like Elvis Presley.

Although soft-spoken in conversation, Mr. Dawson was famous for his hellfire live performances in which he’d jump

off the stage, run through the audience and play his guitar standing atop a table. He said he was inspired by watching

his mom sing in the church choir.

“That’s probably where I got a lot of what I do when I come on the stage, because I take on this different persona.

I’ve always been kind of a shy person until I get in front of a crowd, and then something clicks and I become this

showman,” he told The News in 1996.

“The stage really is his church,” Dallas record producer David Dennard said earlier this year. “He’s not doing it for the

glory. He’s doing it for the music. He’s the real deal.”

Just as Mr. Dawson’s career was about to take off in 1959, the New York-based Swan Records pulled its promotional

support, and his first shot at the big time disappeared. But he refused to give up.

He recast himself as an R&B artist named Snake Monroe, signed briefly with Columbia Records, and then joined the local

Western swing pioneers the Light Crust Doughboys. In the ’60s, he packed the Levee Club on Mockingbird Lane with the

Levee Singers, a folk act that glimpsed national stardom by appearing on The Danny Kaye Show and The Jimmy Dean Show.

After the Levee Singers broke up, he formed a country band, Steel Rail, and later sang TV and radio jingles to pay the rent.

Just when it looked like his career was over, it took off again amid the rockabilly revival of the mid-’80s: The New York

band the Cramps had cut a new version of Mr. Dawson’s “Rockin’ Bones,” and record producers were suddenly calling him

back into the studio.

In the ’90s, he played twice on Late Night With Conan O’Brien and performed at New York’s Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall.

Reviewing the Carnegie Hall show in 1994, The New York Times called him “superb … a guitar-toting answer to Jerry Lee Lewis.”

“In the one sense, I thought I’d be [more] successful, but on the other hand, it’s been amazing. It’s been a wonderful ride,” he said in May.

In 1996, after 50-some years of bachelorhood, he married Chris Davis, a former singer he’d first met in the 1960s at the Levee Club.

In recent years, he had been semi-retired: He played the occasional rockabilly festival, but his only regular gig was a daily 10-mile

jog around the M Streets and Lakewood.

“Don’t feel sorry for me, man,” a typically upbeat Mr. Dawson said in February, after doctors told him the cancer had spread to his lungs

and was now terminal. “Last year was the first time I was ever in the hospital. Sixty-three years of quality life … are you kidding? I’m celebrating.”

Mr. Dawson is survived by his wife, Chris, and a half-brother, Louis Dawson. Services are pending. But a memorial gathering will be held

Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. at Sons of Hermann Hall, 3414 Elm St.  

 

 

Ronnie's Waxahatchie Texas High School Baseball Cap

 

Ronnie's 2001 Biography

RONNIE DAWSON was born in Dallas, Texas on August 11, 1939; raised as an only child in Waxahachie, Texas by Pinky and Gladys Dawson.  Pinky had a swing band that was heard on Dallas' KRLD-AM radio.  Realizing how  much Ronnie liked music, Pinky borrowed a guitar and taught him the basics.  Soon after, Ronnie formed his own band, "Ronnie Dee & The D Men," and within two months entered the talent contest at the Big D Jamboree in Dallas.  The  band won ten weeks in a row and Ronnie was signed by Ed MacLemore, who at the time, was Gene Vincent's manager.  Ronnie's first single, "ACTION PACKED" was on Backbeat Records, backed with "I MAKE THE LOVE", followed by the now legendary  "ROCKIN' BONES", which came out on MacLemore's "Rockin'" label with the new moniker "THE BLONDE BOMBER -- RONNIE DAWSON."  Both singles sold respectably in regional markets and in Texas, but it wasn't until Dick Clark called to offer  Ronnie a recording deal with his Swan Records label along with an appearance on American Bandstand, that Ronnie's career appeared to be set.  Then the Payola scandal hit, dragging Clark and other prominent DJs into extensive legal battles  and leaving Ronnie without a record or much of a career.  In the interim, Ronnie toured with the Lightcrust Doughboys, played drums on recording sessions for Paul and Paula's "HEY PAULA" and Bruce Channel's "HEY BABY",  as well as  later releasing tracks for Columbia Records under the names "Snake Munroe" and "Commonwealth Jones".  Throughout the 60's Ronnie performed with a Dallas based group called "The Levee Singers", touring nationally and appearing on such  notable TV shows as: "The Danny Kaye Show," "The Jimmy Dean Show," "Hootenanny," and "Hollywood Palace."  During the 70's and 80's he formed a country-rock band called "STEELRAIL" which he still refers to as one of his proudest  accomplishments and regrets that they were unable to achieve more recognition.  He also continued to do and still does commercial jingles for radio and TV, i.e. Hungry Jack Pancakes, Jax Beer and just recently, CiCi's Pizza.  The  RONNIE DAWSON story might have ended there but in 1986 Ronnie received a call from British record collector Barney Koumis telling him that some of his old recordings had become legendary  and were collectors items in England and asking if  he had any other material that he might be willing to release on Koumis' indie label, "No Hit Records".  Subsequently, No Hit put out "ROCKIN' BONES", a compilation album of early hits, followed by "MONKEY BEAT" and "ROCKINITIS",   and "JUST ROCKIN' AND ROLLIN" , all three recorded in England and issued in the US.  Ronnie accomplished something few artists in the rock and roll genre have with his performances at New York City's Carneige Hall and Lincoln  Center.  In 1995 he acquired many new fans as well as pleasing many old fans when he blew the roof off the studio during his appearance on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien."  1998 proved to be a landmark year for Ronnie.  On January  16th and 17th, in Austin, Texas, Ronnie's first ever live recording was made --- 'LIVE! AT THE CONTINENTAL CLUB" -- on Continental Records and was released in April of 1998 and is currently available through RD & CD Enterprises Inc. in  Dallas or The Continental Club in Austin.  His recording of "YUM,YUM,YUM" (Rockinitis/Crystal Clear Sound)  was featured in Mike Nichols' movie "Primary Colors" starring John Travolta, which opened in theaters across America in March  of 1998.  Izzie Straddlin, (Guns and Roses lead guitarist covered Ronnie's "UP JUMPED THE DEVIL" (Just Rockin' and Rollin"/Upstart/Rounder Records).  Playing The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Willie Nelson's Annual 4th of  July Picnic and Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender made an exciting 1998 touring year for The Blonde Bomber. A new recording, "More Bad Habits", was completed in Maine in October of 1998 (his first recording in the US since the 1960's) and is  to be released in March of 1999 on Yep Roc Records and will be distributed by RedEye Music in the US and by NoHit Records in England.  The release will coincide with the beginning of his 1999 touring year making each stop in each city a  "CD Release Party".  DAWSON proves with his wildman touring schedule, his live performances begin where all other performers finish! After all ---- Ronnie doesn't run 10 miles a day and live on a concoction of carrot, apple and spinach  juice for nothing!!!!!!!


Ronnie Dawson w/ High Noon & Lisa Pankratz      Carnegie Hall   New York  1994

 

The following is an incomplete list of concerts Ronnie played the last 8 years of his life...

Fri, Jun 7, 1996 Dallas TX
Sat, Jun 8, 1996 Longview TX
Sun, Jun 9, 1996 Norman OK
Tue, Jun 11, 1996 Kansas City MO
Wed, Jun 12, 1996 Omaha NE
Thu, Jun 13, 1996 Minneapolis MN
Fri, Jun 14, 1996 Milwaukee WI
Sat, Jun 15, 1996 Chicago IL
Sun, Jun 16, 1996 Indianapolis IN
Tue, Jun 18, 1996 Detroit MI
Wed, Jun 19, 1996 Columbus OH
Fri, Jun 21, 1996 Pittsburgh PA
Sat, Jun 22, 1996 Philadelphia PA
Sun, Jun 23, 1996 Blakeslee PA
Tue, Jun 25, 1996 Hoboken NJ
Wed, Jun 26, 1996 Portsmouth NH
Thu, Jun 27, 1996 Worcester MA
Fri, Jun 28, 1996 Boston MA
Sat, Jun 29, 1996 Portland ME
Mon, Jul 1, 1996 Burlington VT
Thu, Jul 4, 1996 New York NY
Fri, Jul 5, 1996 Richmond VA
Sat, Jul 6, 1996 Lexington KY
Tue, Jul 9, 1996 Charleston WV
Mon, Jul 29, 1996 New Orleans LA
Wed, Jul 31, 1996 Oxford MS
Thu, Aug 1, 1996 Tuscaloosa AL
Fri, Aug 2, 1996 Atlanta GA
Sat, Aug 3, 1996 Atlanta GA
Sun, Aug 4, 1996 Birmingham AL
Sat, Aug 24, 1996 Houston TX
Mon, Aug 26, 1996 Albuquerque NM
Wed, Aug 28, 1996 Tucson AZ
Thu, Aug 29, 1996 Phoenix AZ
Fri, Aug 30, 1996 San Diego CA
Sat, Aug 31, 1996 Long Beach CA
Thu, Sep 5, 1996 Las Vegas NV
Fri, Sep 6, 1996 Santa Monica CA
Sat, Sep 7, 1996 Santa Ana CA
Mon, Sep 9, 1996 Anaheim CA
Wed, Sep 11, 1996 Santa Cruz CA
Thu, Sep 12, 1996 San Francisco CA
Fri, Sep 13, 1996 Albany CA
Sat, Sep 14, 1996 Cotati CA
Mon, Sep 16, 1996 Riverside CA
Tue, Sep 17, 1996 Signal Hill CA
Wed, Sep 18, 1996 Fresno CA
Thu, Sep 19, 1996 Tahoe City NV
Sat, Sep 21, 1996 Eugene OR
Mon, Sep 23, 1996 Boise ID
Fri, Sep 27, 1996 Bellingham WA
Sat, Sep 28, 1996 Seattle WA
Sun, Nov 3, 1996 Norman OK
Wed, Nov 6, 1996 St. Louis MO
Fri, Nov 8, 1996 Berwyn IL
Sat, Nov 9, 1996 Indianapolis IN
Sun, Nov 10, 1996 Ferndale MI
Tue, Nov 12, 1996 Columbus OH
Wed, Nov 13, 1996 Pittsburgh PA
Thu, Nov 14, 1996 Hellertown PA
Fri, Nov 15, 1996 CAMP HILL PA
Sat, Nov 16, 1996 Hoboken NJ
Mon, Nov 18, 1996 New York NY
Wed, Nov 20, 1996 Bethesda MD
Fri, Nov 22, 1996 Boston MA
Sat, Nov 23, 1996 Burlington VT
Mon, Nov 25, 1996 Portsmouth NH
Wed, Nov 27, 1996 Portland ME
Sat, Nov 30, 1996 New York NY
Sun, Dec 1, 1996 Glenside PA
Tue, Dec 3, 1996 Carrboro NC
Wed, Dec 4, 1996 Richmond VA
Thu, Dec 5, 1996 Knoxville TN
Fri, Dec 6, 1996 Chattanooga TN
Sat, Dec 7, 1996 Charlotte NC
Mon, Dec 9, 1996 Atlanta GA
Wed, Dec 11, 1996 Nashville TN
Thu, Dec 12, 1996 Tuscaloosa AL
Fri, Dec 13, 1996 Oxford MS
Sat, Dec 14, 1996 Little Rock AR
Thu, Mar 13, 1997 Dallas TX
Fri, Mar 14, 1997 Little Rock AR
Sat, Mar 15, 1997 Houston TX
Tue, Mar 18, 1997 Phoenix AZ
Thu, Mar 20, 1997 San Diego CA
Fri, Mar 21, 1997 Fresno CA
Sat, Mar 22, 1997 Santa Monica CA
Mon, Mar 24, 1997 Riverside CA
Wed, Mar 26, 1997 Santa Cruz CA
Thu, Mar 27, 1997 Palo Alto CA
Fri, Mar 28, 1997 Albany CA
Sat, Mar 29, 1997 Brisbane CA
Tue, Apr 1, 1997 Tucson AZ
Thu, Apr 10, 1997 Oklahoma City OK
Fri, Apr 11, 1997 Tulsa OK
Sat, Apr 12, 1997 Kansas City MO
Wed, Apr 16, 1997 Minneapolis MN
Thu, Apr 17, 1997 Greenbay WI
Fri, Apr 18, 1997 Berwyn IL
Sat, Apr 19, 1997 Indianapolis IN
Sun, Apr 20, 1997 Dayton OH
Mon, Apr 21, 1997 Bloomington IN
Wed, Apr 23, 1997 Nashville TN
Thu, Apr 24, 1997 Atlanta GA
Fri, Apr 25, 1997 Tuscaloosa AL
Sat, Apr 26, 1997 Memphis TN
Wed, Jun 11, 1997 Norman OK
Wed, Jun 11, 1997 Norman OK
Thu, Jun 12, 1997 Fayetteville AR
Fri, Jun 13, 1997 Memphis TN
Sat, Jun 14, 1997 Birmingham AL
Wed, Jun 18, 1997 Lexington KY
Thu, Jun 19, 1997 Louisville KY
Fri, Jun 20, 1997 St. Louis MO
Sat, Jun 21, 1997 Indianapolis IN
Wed, Jun 25, 1997 Pittsburgh PA
Thu, Jun 26, 1997 Perrysburg OH
Fri, Jun 27, 1997 Newport KY
Sat, Jun 28, 1997 Columbus OH
Mon, Jun 30, 1997 Ferndale MI
Wed, Jul 2, 1997 Grand Rapids MI
Thu, Jul 3, 1997 Fort Wayne IN
Fri, Jul 4, 1997 Berwyn IL
Sat, Jul 5, 1997 Champaign IL
Thu, Jul 24, 1997 Haittiesburg MS
Fri, Jul 25, 1997 Baton Rouge LA
Sat, Jul 26, 1997 New Orleans LA
Mon, Jul 28, 1997 Birmingham AL
Wed, Jul 30, 1997 Atlanta GA
Thu, Jul 31, 1997 Athens GA
Fri, Aug 1, 1997 Knoxville TN
Sat, Aug 2, 1997 Charlotte NC
Sat, Aug 2, 1997 Charlotte NC
Sun, Aug 3, 1997 Chappel Hill NC
Tue, Aug 5, 1997 Richmond VA
Thu, Aug 7, 1997 Bethesda MD
Fri, Aug 8, 1997 Philadelphia PA
Sat, Aug 9, 1997 New York NY
Sun, Aug 10, 1997 Burlington VT
Wed, Aug 13, 1997 Portsmouth NH
Thu, Aug 14, 1997 Worcester MA
Fri, Aug 15, 1997 Boston MA
Sat, Aug 16, 1997 Portland ME
Wed, Aug 20, 1997 New York NY
Thu, Aug 21, 1997 Rochester NY
Fri, Aug 22, 1997 Buffalo NY
Sat, Sep 13, 1997 Dallas TX
Fri, Sep 19, 1997 Denver CO
Sat, Sep 20, 1997 Denver CO
Tue, Sep 23, 1997 Salt Lake City UT
Wed, Sep 24, 1997 Boise ID
Fri, Sep 26, 1997 Seattle WA
Sat, Sep 27, 1997 Bellingham WA
Fri, Oct 3, 1997 Eugene OR
Sat, Oct 4, 1997 Portland OR
Wed, Oct 8, 1997 San Jose CA
Thu, Oct 9, 1997 Santa Cruz CA
Fri, Oct 10, 1997 Long Beach CA
Sat, Oct 11, 1997 Fresno CA
Sun, Oct 12, 1997 San Francisco CA
Wed, Jan 28, 1998 Columbia MO
Thu, Jan 29, 1998 Oxford MS
Fri, Jan 30, 1998 Tuscaloosa AL
Sat, Jan 31, 1998 Atlanta GA
Sun, Feb 1, 1998 Chappel Hill NC
Thu, Feb 5, 1998 Orlando FL
Fri, Feb 6, 1998 Miami FL
Sat, Feb 7, 1998 Naples FL
Sun, Feb 8, 1998 Tampa FL
Tue, Feb 10, 1998 Gainesville FL
Thu, Feb 12, 1998 Birmingham AL
Fri, Feb 13, 1998 Haittiesburg MS
Sat, Feb 14, 1998 New Orleans LA
Mon, Mar 9, 1998 Kansas City MO
Wed, Mar 11, 1998 Berwyn IL
Fri, Mar 13, 1998 Champaign IL
Sat, Mar 14, 1998 Columbus OH
Sun, Mar 15, 1998 Charleston WV
Tue, Mar 17, 1998 St. Louis MO
Thu, Mar 19, 1998 Asheville NC
Fri, Mar 20, 1998 Knoxville TN
Sat, Mar 21, 1998 Memphis TN
Sat, Apr 4, 1998 Alpine TX
Sun, Apr 5, 1998 El Paso TX
Thu, Apr 9, 1998 Albuquerque NM
Fri, Apr 10, 1998 Tucson AZ
Sat, Apr 11, 1998 San Diego CA
Sun, Apr 12, 1998 Las Vegas NV
Tue, Apr 14, 1998 Phoenix AZ
Sun, Apr 26, 1998 New Orleans LA
Mon, Apr 27, 1998 New Orleans LA
Fri, May 22, 1998 Montgomery AL
Sat, May 23, 1998 Birmingham AL
Wed, May 27, 1998 Springfield MO
Fri, May 29, 1998 Lincoln NE
Sat, May 30, 1998 Lawrence KS
Sun, May 31, 1998 Omaha NE
Mon, Jun 1, 1998 Minneapolis MN
Wed, Jun 3, 1998 Fort Wayne IN
Thu, Jun 4, 1998 Cleveland OH
Fri, Jun 5, 1998 Pontiac MI
Sat, Jun 6, 1998 Perrysburg OH
Sun, Jun 7, 1998 Cincinnati OH
Tue, Jun 9, 1998 Pittsburgh PA
Thu, Jun 11, 1998 Grand Rapids MI
Fri, Jun 12, 1998 Naperville IL
Sat, Jun 13, 1998 Portsmouth OH
Wed, Jun 17, 1998 Indianapolis IN
Fri, Jun 19, 1998 Lexington KY
Sat, Jun 20, 1998 Charleston WV
Sun, Jun 21, 1998 Dayton OH
Wed, Jun 24, 1998 Combined Locks WI
Thu, Jun 25, 1998 Milwaukee WI
Sat, Jul 4, 1998 Luckenbach TX
Sat, Aug 8, 1998 Memphis TN
Thu, Aug 27, 1998 Colorado Springs CO
Fri, Aug 28, 1998 Denver CO
Sat, Aug 29, 1998 Brechenridge CO
Mon, Aug 31, 1998 Salt Lake City UT
Wed, Sep 2, 1998 Eugene OR
Thu, Sep 3, 1998 Portland OR
Fri, Sep 4, 1998 Bellingham WA
Sat, Sep 5, 1998 Seattle WA
Tue, Sep 8, 1998 San Francisco CA
Wed, Sep 9, 1998 Cambria CA
Thu, Sep 10, 1998 Albany CA
Fri, Sep 11, 1998 Santa Cruz CA
Sat, Sep 12, 1998 Los Angeles CA
Sat, Sep 19, 1998 Norman OK
Fri, Oct 9, 1998 Portland ME
Sat, Oct 10, 1998 New York NY
Sun, Oct 11, 1998 Philadelphia PA
Tue, Oct 13, 1998 Arlington VA
Wed, Oct 14, 1998 Charlotte NC
Thu, Oct 15, 1998 Chappel Hill NC
Fri, Oct 16, 1998 Atlanta GA
Sat, Oct 17, 1998 Mobile AL
Thu, Mar 18, 1999 Austin TX
Fri, Mar 19, 1999 San Antonio TX
Sat, Mar 20, 1999 Dallas TX
Tue, Mar 23, 1999 Phoenix AZ
Thu, Mar 25, 1999 San Luis Obispo CA
Fri, Mar 26, 1999 Hollywood CA
Sat, Mar 27, 1999 San Diego CA
Sun, Mar 28, 1999 Long Beach CA
Tue, Mar 30, 1999 Las Vegas NV
Wed, Mar 31, 1999 Flagstaff AZ
Fri, Apr 2, 1999 El Paso TX
Sat, Apr 3, 1999 Alpine TX
Thu, Apr 22, 1999 Memphis TN
Fri, Apr 23, 1999 Birmingham AL
Fri, Apr 23, 1999 Birmingham AL
Sat, Apr 24, 1999 Knoxville TN
Sun, Apr 25, 1999 Atlanta GA
Wed, Apr 28, 1999 West Palm Beach FL
Thu, Apr 29, 1999 Orlando FL
Fri, Apr 30, 1999 Ft. Lauderdale FL
Sat, May 1, 1999 Daytona Beach FL
Sun, May 2, 1999 Clearwater FL
Wed, May 5, 1999 Savanah GA
Thu, May 6, 1999 Columbia SC
Fri, May 7, 1999 Chapel Hill NC
Sat, May 8, 1999 Charlotte NC
Tue, May 11, 1999 Nashville TN
Wed, May 12, 1999 Nashville TN
Thu, May 13, 1999 Tuscaloosa AL
Fri, May 14, 1999 Mobile AL
Sat, May 15, 1999 New Orleans LA
Fri, May 28, 1999 Cleveland OH
Sat, May 29, 1999 Toledo OH
Sat, May 29, 1999 Toledo OH
Tue, Jun 1, 1999 Chicago IL
Thu, Jun 3, 1999 Ferndale MI
Fri, Jun 4, 1999 Indianapolis IN
Sat, Jun 5, 1999 Columbus OH
Mon, Jun 7, 1999 Grand Rapids MI
Wed, Jun 9, 1999 Louisville KY
Thu, Jun 10, 1999 Cincinnati OH
Fri, Jun 11, 1999 Lexington KY
Sat, Jun 12, 1999 Dayton OH
Fri, Jul 9, 1999 Houston TX
Sat, Jul 10, 1999 Dallas TX
Tue, Jul 13, 1999 New York NY
Wed, Jul 14, 1999 New York NY
Thu, Jul 15, 1999 New York NY
Fri, Jul 16, 1999 Cambridge MA
Sat, Jul 17, 1999 Portland ME
Wed, Jul 21, 1999 Wellsleet MA
Thu, Jul 22, 1999 Worcester MA
Fri, Jul 23, 1999 Lowell MA
Sat, Jul 24, 1999 Lowell MA
Sun, Jul 25, 1999 Lowell MA
Fri, Aug 20, 1999 Tulsa OK
Sat, Aug 21, 1999 Kansas City MO
Sun, Aug 22, 1999 Lincoln NE
Wed, Aug 25, 1999 Iowa City IA
Thu, Aug 26, 1999 Madison WI
Fri, Aug 27, 1999 Neenah WI
Sat, Aug 28, 1999 Milwaukee WI
Mon, Aug 30, 1999 Berwyn IL
Tue, Aug 31, 1999 Minneapolis MN
Thu, Sep 2, 1999 Lawrence KS
Fri, Sep 3, 1999 St. Louis MO
Sat, Oct 2, 1999 Narooma, Australia
Sun, Oct 3, 1999 Narooma, Australia
Fri, Oct 8, 1999 Melbourne, Australia
Tue, Apr 18, 2000 Phoenix AZ
Thu, Jun 29, 2000 Minneapolis MN
Fri, Jun 30, 2000 Greenbay WI
Sat, Jul 1, 2000 Berwyn IL
Mon, Jul 3, 2000 Kansas City MO
Thu, Aug 3, 2000 St. Louis MO
Fri, Aug 4, 2000 Indianapolis IN
Sat, Aug 5, 2000 Columbus OH
Tue, Aug 8, 2000 Milwaukee WI
Fri, Aug 18, 2000 Baton Rougue LA
Sat, Aug 19, 2000 New Orleans LA
Thu, Aug 24, 2000 New York NY
Fri, Aug 25, 2000 Lowell MA
Sat, Aug 26, 2000 Cambridge MA
Thu, Aug 31, 2000 New York NY
Fri, Sep 1, 2000 New Smithville PA
Sat, Sep 2, 2000 Johnstown PA
Sun, Sep 3, 2000 Johnstown PA
Sat, Jul 14, 2001 Mirande France
Sat, Jul 14, 2001 Mirande France
Mon, Dec 31, 2001 Greenbay WI
Fri, Jul 12, 2002 Green Bay WI


Ronnie with High Noon April 28, 1994 Rodeo Bar New York City

 


Ronnie w/ King Memphis at The Casbah
San Diego CA, 1997

 

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