Ronnie Glover

                           

                                                                                               
Ronnie Glover is a true “South-Westerner” born above the stockyards on the northside of  Ft. Worth Texas and raised in a small rural community in south Tarrant County. He left his Texas roots in the early 1970’s and migrated to New Mexico, then Arizona, Northern California, Oregon and back to Arizona... all the while performing in bands and as a solo act.

 

Glover’s band credits include years of work and miles of travel in Arizona -based groups Yesterday’s WineTwo Week Notice Band & The Cowbillys respectively.

 

Ronnie’s solo approach landed him a 1994 New Times Magazine “Best of Phoenix Award” for best male solo act.

His early 2000 release “Nothing Ever Changes” found its way on to the Gavin Top 40 Americana Charts after being released on the Tempe, AZ based Hayden’s Ferry Records.

 

In addition to his varied solo and duo work Glover’s latest 

Trio Rio ensemble is finding a sizeable audience of professional listeners and music aficionados. 

The group features the instrumentation of Valley greats Don Paddock on bass and Dr. Ron Rutowski on the fiddle. Along with Ronnie’s guitar work and unique interpretation of an Americana based story-song style, the Trio Rio sound is definitive. Also, quite often other renown local, national & international touring musicians can be found on-stage contributing to a Trio Rio performance.

 

Glover reflects,”The friendships I’ve made and the experiences shared along the way are without a doubt the favorite part of my musical career. I collect character’s. You should see them. It’s one hell of a collection.”