Personalities | Ronnie Earl | Eighties | Jazz & Blues
(Guitar, b. 1953)
New York City native Ronald Horvath began playing in Boston blues clubs during the 1970s, and in 1980 replaced Duke Robillard in Roomful of Blues. After eight years with the band, he struck out on his own with the Broadcasters, which prominently showcased his passionate Magic Sam meets T-Bone Walker guitar style. One of the jazziest of blues guitarists, he combines finesse and fire on his best outing, 1987’s Smokin’ (on Black Top Blues).
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