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Ron Dante Still ROCKS!

Good summer time music from the artist who's been there and done that and is still going strong. Ron makes one of the best medlies you'll ever hear with "Old Time Rock & Roll/Mony-Mony" and one of the best tracks is "Rock Me Gently" with backgrounds by Andy Kim, who took the original to #1 in 1974. He mixes it up with lush ballads like "Even After" and "Don't Lose Heart" and revs it up again with "I Go to Rio" and "Tear Up The Dance Floor".

Not Good Enough

I bought this version of Rock Me Gently and I was very dissapointed. Don't waste your money unless you are desperate to have the song. It's not his singing, but the added music and background vocals.




Born: August 22, 1945 in Staten Island, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Ron Dante may not be a household name, but his voice featured on a couple of the biggest pop hits of the late '60s (the Archies' "Sugar, Sugar" and the Cuff Links' "Tracy"), he worked as musical director for Barry Manilow in the '70s, and he sang on some of the most ubiquitous commercials of the era, including the iconic "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing" for Coke. It all started in Staten Island when young Carmine Granito broke his arm and the doctor gave him a choice of playing a sport or...
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