Ronnie Breezmon
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Ronnie Breezmon


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This is Ronnie's 2nd solo album. The first being Its Time For Love released in 1989, and now his latest release Love O Love in 2005. Tracks released on radio airplay have been Forty Hours A Week, Ready For Your Love and the CD title track Love O Love. Ronnie's Forty Hours A Week track is featured on Oasis Sampler Urban Vol. 6. Surprisingly the Lets Get It On Track has had more digital downloads from iTunes than any other tracks on the CD. Catch Ronnie's radio interview at RTHK (Radio Television Hong Kong) at the FireRock Records site Events page.Tracks can also be previewed at the Label and CD Baby under Ronnie Breezmon.

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From corporate life to fulfilling a dream. After spending a life in Corporate America, Ronnie sets out to fulfill a dream. From being one of the first Black musicians to tour with the President's All American Youth Honor Band in the late 60's, this artist has been involved off and on in his music. From minor performances through the years to his first solo album in 1989, and now the release of his latest solo album and leaving Corporate America behind. Ronnie makes a full attempt to make a name for himself in the music industry. After a marriage gone bad Ronnie's new CD entitled Love O Love is the search for a new fulfilling love in his life. With smooth vocals and sax abilities, this producer / performer is driven with lyrics and sounds that reach out to the passionate side of us where the common threads of love, life, and existence, drives us forward. Ronnie's music has a unique blend with a Jazzy R&B flavor but commercial enough to dance to. After its initial release in 2005 Ronnie has found himself promoting this CD in places of his travels with great interest. Visit FireRock Records site for Ronnie's Hong Kong radio interview. Now with sales of the Love O Love CD beginning to pickup, Ronnie believes there is a market for his sound, and will be persuing that availability.