Ronnie Spector Schedule
Ronnie Spector might not be touring with the Ronettes anymore, but she is still a popular
act on the music scene that brings sold-out crowds flocking to venues wherever she performs. Spector rose to fame as part
of the family act the Ronettes, a pop group that lit up the mainstream music scene in the 1960s, but she has also released
solo hits that have made her a bona fide solo sensation in her own right. Spector has been touring at select concert dates
across the country, and her fans can catch her at venues like the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill when the great Ronnie Spector
takes off on another touring jaunt across the country. She might be touring without the Ronettes these days, but Ronnie Spector
is just as sensational an artist as she was when she rose to fame in the '60s, and her fans are just as dedicated as ever.
Ronnie Spector Trivia
Do you know anything about the Ronettes? If so, you will know that the girl group was a
1960s staple in the pop music industry. The Ronettes were comprised of lead singer Ronnie Spector, along with Spector's sister
Estelle Bennet and cousin Nedra Talley. The Ronettes became the 'it' group of the '60s thanks to smash hits like "Walking
in the Rain," "Be My Baby" and "Baby, I Love You," some of the band's biggest hits that became Billboard chart-toppers and
launched the Ronettes into the forefront of the music industry. Ronnie Spector's music career lasted long past the heyday
of the Ronettes, and she is still a big attraction as a touring artist in concert venues across the country.
Ronnie Spector was born Veronica Yvette Bennett, and grew up in New York City to a musical family.
The budding talent formed the Ronettes along with her sister and cousin in 1959, and the hit pop girl group earned the distinction
of a Grammy Hall of Fame outfit, landing in the Hall of Fame in 1999 for their smash single "Walking in the Rain." The Ronettes'
producer Phil Spector eventually married Ronnie Spector in 1968, although the two divorced in 1974. After the spotlight on
the Ronettes eventually wore off, Ronnie Spector continued to make music as a solo artist, and she also lent her vocals to
tracks like the Southside Johnny's "You Mean So Much To Me" and Eddie Money's "Take Me Home Tonight," among others. The Ronettes
were added to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007, and Ronnie Spector continues touring as a solo act still today, continuing
to cast her net to fans far and wide.
Ronnie Spector Hit Albums
Ronnie Spector and the Ronettes together
created tons of hit albums and songs throughout the decades, and the hits kept coming for Spector even after the demise of
the Ronettes. Together, several smash songs and albums were created, including releases such as The Ronettes Featuring Veronica,
The Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica, Siren, Unfinished Business, She Talks to Rainbows, Something's Gonna Happen and
Last of the Rock Stars. Hit songs like "Be My Baby," "Baby, I Love You," "Walking in the Rain," "Do I Love You?" and "The
Best Part of Breakin' Up" helped to launch Ronnie Spector and the Ronettes onto the Billboard charts as mainstay acts, and
the Ronettes live on still through their millions of copies of their albums sold over the years and played still today.
Ronnie Spector Concert Experience
Anyone that remembers the razzle and dazzle of the '60s pop girl group the
Ronettes will surely enjoy a performance put on by lead singer Ronnie Spector, who is still dancing and singing her way across
stages around the country as a solo sensation. Spector still has the moves to impress her fans, and her live shows are chalk
full of big bubblegum pop hits dating back to the 1960s, when she first burst onto the mainstream music scene with the Ronettes.
Fans of the Ronettes won't be disappointed at Ronnie Spector performances, when the renowned vocalist comes rocking onto the
stage with her biggest hits of all time. Spector is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame artist, and her big hits are still carrying
her onto stages across the country, where she performs in front of sold-out crowds on a regular basis. Regardless of whether
the venue is large or small, Ronnie Spector is guaranteed to sell out the seats at the show when she shows up to perform her
biggest hits, along with the biggest hits of the Ronettes live in concert. Fans can expect nothing but an energetic show full
of feel-good tunes when Ronnie Spector shows up on stage at an impending show, and fans can check out upcoming tour dates
to see when Spector will be performing in venues across the country.