Living the Legend

At age 9, Ronnie Lee was performing 'Folsom Prison Blues' and 'A Boy Named Sue' to audiences anywhere they would let him play.  His Mother, Luzina, was a regular fixture in the entertainment business in San Francisco, and would often bring Ronnie to her shows to sing a song or two.  At age 19, he moved to Nashville and became a familiar face in the studio and on the road, sharing the stage with acts ranging from Earl Thomas Conley, Eddy Raven and Carl Perkins to Ronnie Milsap, and of course Johnny Cash.  Ronnie has been nominated for 11 Grammy awards as a songwriter, and achieved success with his tribute song to Johnny Cash, "I Lost a Friend Today" which he wrote the day Johnny Cash passed away.   Ronnie is considered one of the top Johnny Cash Tribute artists in the nation, as well as a versatile country and rockabilly artist.  He is a member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame

Now residing in Las Vegas, Nevada where he bases out of,  he has expanded his horizon to include a show that he created called KILLER, CASH and KING, co starring his two good friends and co-writers Ned Mills as Jerry Lee Lewis, and Chad Collins as Elvis.  "It's a Jerry Lee Lewis Concert that gets crashed by Johnny Cash and Elvis. It's a great time, and we have sold out every performance we have done".

Also available are two other shows one called FLASHBACK (a retro rock and roll / rockabilly and classic country show featuring a variety of guests. "I think of it as the music you don't hear on the radio anymore". 

In the show CASH ONLY, Ronnie brings to the stage his  award winning tribute to the Man in Black, Johnny Cash. "John was a huge part of my musical influence.  To keep my hero and friend's music alive for the next generation is one of the most important things in my life". 

Playing with his band, The Future Cats, any time he hits the stage, be it oldies, or tributes, no audience has ever left without feeling like "It was worth seeing"

Other talent include a vast amount of years in radio and production.  Ronnie spent the better part of 18 years as a radio morning show host, as well as a record producer and engineer.  He still stays very busy doing voiceover work and ad productions for various corporations and radio stations , and produces other artists both in music projects and voice work.