11 Songs, 33 Minutes

TITLE TIME

About Ron Nigrini

Ron Nigrini began playing in bands as a teenager in Toronto; he formed the Coachmen in 1965 and later joined Dan's Heard. He began a solo career in 1970, touring throughout the U.S. In 1974, Nigrini signed with Attic Records, releasing his self-titled album the next year. Rich Things followed in 1976, and after a dormant period, he released "Baby I'm a Lot like You" (1983) and The Drift (1987). ~ John Bush

GENRE
Pop
BORN
1948

Songs

Albums

Listeners Also Bought