So, while Mercedes Band continued their rise, Ronen continued his journey. He now knew, however, that his music had an audience. More, musicians were now looking to him – for his musical production, songwriting and guitar playing. He was growing in all aspects of musicianship all the while honing his own sound. After a short stint on the road with Funk'nStein, Ronen formed the band Rooster. In 2009 he wrote and composed his first solo album – Brixton Bootleg.
In it we begin to see his journey come to life – both in tragedy and triumph. By the time we get to the final track – Time To Move On – Ronen has already done so, as he finishes the album back in Israel with his band that is still with him today. As Brixton Bootleg begins to form Ronen a fan base, he is again sought after by local musicians and asked to become a part of the super group, Lunacidal Tendencies. Even in this group, he became a stand out performer and, in fact, wrote the music for one of the central tracks, Common Is The Sense, today being played on radio stations across England. Now fully confident and with a refined sound, Ronen takes on his second solo album, biRdS. It shows his capabilities as musician, songwriter and producer.
It is focused. It's no longer the Ronen asking us if we like it. It's Ronen showing us what he can do. Enjoy! Read more on Last.fm.
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