Wow. Had to have a "Socially Distanced" drive thru wedding reception on our farm. Just so happened he was in our city in Kentucky visiting family that weekend. We're not even big Elvis fans, but thought it would be fun to have a show for our guests. Ron did not disappoint, he was about the friendliest most easygoing guy I've ever dealt with. We felt like he was genuinely excited to be a part of our memory. We gave him a playlist and he brought the house down. From first communication, Ron and his wife felt like old friends. I can't say enough good things. All ages loved him, we hated to see him leave, he will forever have a place in each of our memories! Thanks Ron!
Ron is available for special events, conventions, clubs, casinos, corporate and private parties. He can perform with a live band or his own background music, depending on what type of show you desire. He can also provide a great sound system if one is needed for your event.
Ron has performed for many different shows, clubs, casinos and special events including: Blue Hawaii Nights, Blue Hawaii The Show, The Magic Of Polynesia, Stars In Concert, Cirque Hawaii, Pro Bowl, The San Francisco Giants, Yahoo, AOL, Safeway, Coca-Cola, The Sonoma Valley Wine Festival, Hornblower Cruises, and Evening Magazine (PrimeTime TV Show).
Ron can also be seen on the show 'Blue Continent' (Episode#5 – Rapa Nui & Hawaii) which you may see on the Travel Channel or on YouTube (Ron's guest host segment starts at approx 38 minutes into the show).
Additional benefits and events in Hawaii: Ron has performed for Pro Bowl 3 years in row and has been on Fox TV Hawaii, Olelo TV, and the Travel Channel. He has done special events for Bank Of Hawaii, CrimeStoppers, Buddy Walk, Battleship Missouri, Waialae Country Club, Lions Club, Blaisdell Arena and many other top events.
Ron is also a professional composer/songwriter and musician: guitar, drums, bass, and keyboards. Ron has had original songs on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Container Wars (TruTV), and also in the show “Cirque Hawaii” that was running for many years in Oahu Hawaii.