Emerging from the islands of Hawaii, Ron’s recordings feature ranging genres, including blues, jazz, flamenco, rock, R&B and soul. Ron’s first major release was What Music Means To Me with his brother Thunderstorm Artis in 2015. The album garnered praises from Jack Johnson, Mike Love, Mick Fleetwood, and Booker T Jones.
In 2016, Ron released the funk & blues influenced EP Little People, again earning positive reviews from Grammy winners Booker T Jones and Eric Krasno.
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Ron has been called “A Pure Artist”. Always keeping a connection between life and music. Named after his father Ron Artis, Ron is the eldest son in a family of 11 children. He’s enjoyed music since before he could walk, crawling across his father’s piano at age 1. Ron has grown in all genres of music and loves to create new songs on the spot in his concerts. Stating that “Music is meant to be lived, as life is meant to be lived,” Ron has always believed in being independent to be able to create and share the most pure music possible.
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