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Acerca de Ronnie Spector
RONNIE SPECTOR IN CONCERT:
Girl group superstar Ronnie Spector first sang her way into hearts more than half a century ago with classics like “Be My Baby”, “Walking in the Rain”, and “Baby, I Love You”. Today The Ronettes’ queen bee takes the stage with the same charm and charisma that made her a star, delivering her inspired and soulful vocals with dazzling elegance while she sways to the swinging beat. At her shows Spector and her talented band perform hits from throughout her storied career, bringing to life the signature Wall of Sound for audiences to hear in person. She's an enduring legend who hasn't missed a beat, and ticket buyers shouldn’t miss any opportunity to see her shine in concert.
Veronica “Ronnie” Yvette Bennett was encouraged to sing at an early age, especially by her sister Estelle and cousin Nedra Talley. Their Saturday night concerts at Grandmother’s house had developed into a routine, and in 1959 The Ronettes were born. Legendary “Wall of Sound” producer Phil Spector agreed to mentor and write for the group in 1963, and shortly thereafter he and Ronnie began dating. The inspired songs went over well with fans and the group notched hits like “Be My Baby”, “Walking in the Rain”, and “Baby, I Love You”. Unfortunately, Spector’s control over the group lead to a decline in popularity as the eccentric producer refused to release their new material. Despite their staying power as a live act (including a 14-date tour opening for The Beatles), the group decided to split in 1967. After divorcing Phil in 1972, Ronnie attempted to restart her career by reforming The Ronettes with new members, but they split four short years later. Her resurgence began after she was featured on Eddie Money’s 1986 hit “Take Me Home Tonight”. The song was just the spark she needed to revive her career, and over the next two decades she remained a sought-after guest vocalist and powerhouse live act. More recognition came in 2007 when The Ronettes were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a much-deserved celebration that saw them perform together for the first time in 40 years.