Ronnie Reno & the Reno Tradition – Mr. Coachman



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Ronnie Reno & the Reno Tradition sing the Reno Brothers’ “Mr. Coachman” at RenoFest held in Hartsville, SC on March 24, 2012.
The Band:
Ronnie Reno – Guitar, Lead Vocal
Jackie Miller – Fiddle, Harmony Vocal
Mike Scott – Banjo
John Mayberry – Mandolin, Harmony Vocal
Robin Smith – Bass

Chuck Wagon Gang on Reno’s Old Time Music with Ronnie Reno on RFD-TV December 7 | 7:00 pm EST



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Chuck Wagon Gang on Reno’s Old Time Music with Ronnie Reno on RFD-TV
Chuck Wagon Gang With over 40 million albums sold, you don’t want to miss their inspirational performance on Reno’s Old Time Music

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Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition – Long Gone



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Lessons Learned (NEW CD)

Ronnie Reno, Guitar
Mike Scott, Banjo
Jackie Miller, Fiddle
John Maberry, Mandolin
Robin Smith, Bass

2015 RenoFest

(843) 332-5151

The Center Theater
212 N 5th St
Hartsville, South Carolina

Bishop Ronnie L. Parson Sr. “This Can Still Be That”



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The 93rd International Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ Convocation in Greensboro, NC. We still need this to be that. I am glad I am Apostolic. Part 2 of a Part 3 video. Dr. Parson is the Pastor of The Living Church Ministries 4920 East WT Harris Blvd Charlotte NC. His the Bishop of The North Carolina Metrolina Diocese and a Professor at the W.L. Bonner College.

Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition – Jesus Will Save Your Soul



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Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition

Ronnie Reno, Guitar
Mike Scott, Banjo
Jackie Miller, Fiddle
John Maberry, Mandolin
Heath Van Winkle, Bass

2016 RenoFest honoring Don Reno
Always the 4th weekend in March

(843) 332-5151

The Center Theater
212 N 5th St
Hartsville, South Carolina

Ronnie Kaye



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From KOMA radio biography: The Ronnie Kaye story began in a sleepy town in southeast Missouri. Growing up in Cooter was probably not much different than growing up in most small towns in the America in the 40’s and 50’s. His dad was the town pharmacist and his mom was a piano teacher at Cooter High School.

Between church, school, and home, Ronnie was always surrounded by music. When the high school presented a play or show, Ronnie was always a part of it. By high school, he was studying to become a concert pianist, performing recitals of Bach, Brahms, and Beethoven. At the same time, he was hearing radio stations in Memphis play Perkins, Presley, and Chuck Berry.

Ronnie’s high school superintendent, Mr. J.E. Godwin, sensed that he liked the business and suggested that Ronnie do play-by-play of the county high school basketball tournament on KLCN in Blytheville, Arkansas. The manager liked the idea and Ronnie’s career was off and running.

After graduation from high school in 1955, Ronnie attended Memphis State University and hitch-hiked home every weekend to do a radio show on KLCN. Suddenly in the music Mecca of Memphis, surrounded by some of the best radio people in America, he began to realize that his choice of radio was a good one.

In 1960 his first real offer came from Don Hodges, with whom he had worked in Blytheville. Without hesitation, Ronnie packed up his new wife and baby and headed to Lawton, Oklahoma to take the job at KSWO.

After working in Lawton for six months, he made the pivotal move of his career. It took many phone calls and a lot of rejection, but finally Danny Williams said “yes” and offered him a job on WKY in Oklahoma City.

Late in the 60’s, Ronnie asked for the opportunity to produce and host a local teen dance show on Channel 4 that catapulted his career to new heights. “The Scene” aired at 12:30 on Saturdays on WKY-TV (now KFOR.) The show featured local kids dancing and national artists performing. Ronnie found himself transporting people like Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, James Brown, and Smokey Robinson from the Skirvin downtown to the studios on Britton Rd. For eight years, the show was syndicated in 10 markets in the southwestern United States including California and Texas.

In 1980, Ronnie left radio and went to KOKH-TV where he served as News and Public Service Director for eleven years.
By 1991, the baby boomers from the 60’s and 70’s were musically ready to return to the times when things were a bit more simple and life was a little less demanding. Oldies radio was beginning to show great promise, especially for a radio station that had pioneered the Top Forty format from the beginning: 50,000 watt KOMA. He went to work there and has been a principal player in the success of the station ever since.

“I’d like to think I was a part of that success. And after some 40-plus years in the business, the job remains fresh, exciting and always challenging. The people at KOMA are making this the most fun-filled part of my life.”

Ronnie was inducted into the Oklahoma Broadcasters Hall of Fame along with Paul Harvey, Bob Braun of CBS News, the legendary Will Rogers, and the Singing Cowboy, Gene Autry.

“I once saw a large mouth bass stuffed and mounted by a taxidermy with a caption that read, ‘If I’d kept my mouth shut,, I wouldn’t be here now,’ Well the same goes for me and radio. But I’m glad to say that I just never kept my mouth shut.”

Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition – Just Waiting For A Train



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Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition

Ronnie Reno, Guitar
Mike Scott, Banjo
Jackie Miller, Fiddle
John Maberry, Mandolin
Heath Van Winkle, Bass

2016 RenoFest honoring Don Reno
Always the 4th weekend in March

(843) 332-5151

The Center Theater
212 N 5th St
Hartsville, South Carolina