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Ronnie Bell

Ronnie “RnB” Bell is a native of Walker, Louisiana. He began singing at the young age of five at his home church - Gloryland Church of God in Christ. Despite the obstacles that Ronnie faced during his youth, he was able to find solace in creating music that quickly became popular due to his extraordinary vocal abilities. By the time he was fifteen, Ronnie was selected to become a member of George Perkins and the Voices of Harmony, founded by his great uncle George Perkins. His stint there led him to join Kenneth Mitchell and the Voices of Praise and later be included in the Top Dog Finals of the Apollo Original Amateur Night. As his talent grew, so did his exposure. Between 2004-2011, Ronnie joined the world-renowned Southern University Concert Choir which was directed by the great Charles Lloyd Jr. Under his direction, he experienced many successful performances as part of the Bayou Classic Battle of the Bands in the New Orleans Superdome as a guest soloist of the Southern University Marching Band. He’s also opened up for music artists such as Juvenile, 112, Erykah Badu, Bun B, Brian McKnight, Mint Condition, Patti LaBelle, and numerous other known musicians.

 

Ronnie has easily become a Southern Soul fan favorite between Texas and East Coast region due to his smash single, “Cotton Candy”. His ability to captivate an audience and engage a crowd led to him being an addition to the star-studded Blues is Alright tour since 2019. Ronnie has great plans for the future of his career, he says, “I am motivated and determined to share my passion for music in every city I’m in and every person that attends. R&B is not just something I do, but it’s in me. I live it, breathe it and make it my all with every ballad I write and tune I let flow from my lungs. It is indeed fair to say that this is the love of my life.”