Ron Phillips-Hill is a singer, songwriter, musician, and recording artist who has performed throughout several venues in the U.S. and internationally, as well as performances on television and radio. Raised in a small town in western Arkansas, Ron caught the writing bug at an early age and began writing songs that reflected his life and faith while singing in church, local talent shows, and business parties. Through the years, he has broadened his songwriting craft into several genres of music including Gospel, Pop, Rock, Country, & R&B. Attributing his writing talent to a vast array of musical influences from country artists Rascal Flatts & Kenny Rogers, gospel artists Michael W. Smith & Dallas Holm, to mainstream Pop/Rock artists like Billy Joel & Journey, Ron cultivated his passion for songwriting and performing. In Ron’s own words, “I was a kid who had headphones on my ears before I was two years old. I loved music with a passion. We always had music playing around our house. I listened to everything from The Bee Gees, to Bon Jovi and Michael Jackson, to southern gospel group The Hinsons, rock group Toto, country artists Conway Twitty, The Statler Brothers, and Willie Nelson, and everything in between. I feel a well-rounded appreciation for all styles of music has helped me in my songwriting craft.” Ron’s first solo debut will be released In 2010 featuring the RPH penned “Daddies Don’t Let Go” including Ron’s first music video set to debut this spring. You can find Ron’s music at most online retail music outlets including iTUNES.
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