Greenup, Kentucky – When it comes to making music, Ronnie Pierce is a vet at this point in his life. With three decades of writing and composing under his belt, he is looking to take his sounds to the next level.
The past 30 years have seen Ronnie Pierce in almost a dozen bands in a few different states, but today he is proud to be a one-man recording-writing-singing-guitar machine. There is no shortage of material in his arsenal. Songs like “Roll Credits: and “Sunday Man” stand out as his strongest, while “Dead Horse,” “Only Love,” and “Sara Sara” have continued to entertain audiences whenever he pulls them out at his live performances. “Saran Sue” was performed live on WSAZ in 2019.
Genre is something that has never really held Ronnie Pierce back. A well-rounded musician, he can play everything from metal to country but in recent years has found his footing and comfort in the beauty of rocking the blues. At the end of the day though, he is a singer-songwriter with a guitar in one hand, a pen in the other, and the drive to continue to do all he can to make his presence known in the music industry as a standout songwriter.
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Full of music, words, and ideas, Ronnie Pierce is a singer-songwriter with a blues soul and a rocking heart. He plays a mean guitar and croon a good tune. He’s been at it for a while and played on many stages, but he still has many songs to write.