This is Swing at it’s finest. Ron blows me away with that harp (more…)
Sunshine’s marquee tune, “Enough For You,” is the most popular (more…)
Ron Sunshine is a star! Vegas doesn’t know what it’s missing. (more…)
Finally something good to come out of the whole ’98 Swing movement (more…)
All in all, possibly the best album yet by a neo-swing band. (more…)
“Straight Up” is that rare breed of album (more…)
“One of the leaders in the millennium blues movement. (more…)
Move over Voodoo Daddy, now there’s something hipper. (more…)
[ … ] if any band swings harder, more naturally (more…)
Sunshine is weaving genres together into a new kind of stylistic fabric. (more…)
Piano, upright bass, drums, sax, and Ron on vocals and harmonica. (You can add trumpet or guitar, female vocalist, or all of the above).
Organ, guitar, sax, and Ron on vocals and harmonica. (You can add trumpet, female vocalist, percussionist, or all of the above).
Alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax, trumpet, trombone, piano, upright bass, drums, and Ron on vocals and harmonica. (You can add female vocalist, guitar, percussionist, or all of the above). This is Ron's standard working group, as of 2015. When we play at Swing 46, for example, this is the configuration we have on stage.
Five saxophones, four trumpets, four trombones, piano, upright bass, guitar, drums, plus Ron on vocals and harmonica. (You can add female vocalist, percussionist, or both).
"Ron Sunshine is a star!" writes Kerry Burke of Citysearch.com, referring to the lead singer, songwriter, and harmonica player, and bandleader. Playing well over 200 shows per year, Ron Sunshine and his band travel the world, playing concerts, festivals and nightclubs.