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Ronnie Laas - Lowdown (2007)

24-09-2014, 16:21
Music | Blues | Rock

Ronnie Laas - Lowdown (2007)

Artist: Ronnie Laas
Title Of Album: Lowdown
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Ronnie Laas
Genre: Blues, Chicago Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 41:02 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb


1. If This Is Me
2. Today
3. Ordinary Day
4. Lowdown
5. No Lies
6. Goin To Town
7. Drastically
8. No Lies No Lies
9. I've Had Enough
10. Walkin With Myself
11. Linda Lu

Ronnie started his musical career at the age of three when he appeared with his brother on the Ted Mack amateur hour playing harmonica.(his brother later went on to play with Johnny Puleo and his Harmonca Gang, traveling the world and appearing on such shows as Johnny Carson, Milton Berle Ed Sullivan etc). Ronnie left show business for seven years when at the age of ten his mother bought him his first guitar, a Gibson..,He started honing his craft in and around Chicago at the age of fifteen years when he started playing night clubs with the older local heavy musicians such as Peter Cetera, Bruce Bolin (Fender and Gibson fame) Kal David -Fabulous Rhinestones, Paul Cotton-Poco Harvey Mandel-Rolling stones recording fame and Chaka Kahn to name a few. His most memorable gig was opening for Roy Orbison at the age 16. Also started a band with a guitar player named Barry Oakley but Ronnie was a guitar player too so He convinced Barry to play bass which he did, this project didn’t last so Barry left and joined a band called the Allman brothers.

After recording local hits at Chess Studios, Ronnie hit the road with an array of show bands, ending up in Las Vegas for 9 months. He returned to Chicago to perform in local bands such as Baby Huey and the Babysitters, Sparkle, The Riot, to name a few again. Ronnie did plenty of of road work taking time out to demonstrate The Marauder guitar for Gibson guitars. Ronnie today writes records and plays from his studio in Chicago.

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