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Ron Sunshine at Sugar Hill Jazz House, Allentown, PA March 18 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm Our monthly stop at this groovy Allentown BBQ emporium and Jazz Club. Check out the nice wood dance floor, sip your favorite cocktail, and enjoy Chef Jay’s famous BBQ while listening to your favorite Jazz and Blues classics with Ron Sunshine and his quartet. Support a local small business, and live music all at once! No cover charge, two drink...

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Ron Sunshine joins ace guitarist George Naha, bassist Tim Tindall, & drummer Charlie Caldarola for an evening of blues, soul and R&B in our favorite Cuban eatery, Harlem’s La Floridita. FRIDAY MARCH 31st, 2017 The staff, the food, the vibe, and the music all make for a lovely evening. Hope you will join us....

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Ron plays Swing 46 Jazz & Supper Club in NYC on Friday March 10th, 2017 Elegant Midtown Entertainment at its finest, turns into a wild bluesy, rocking juke joint vibe before the night is through. Join Ron and his 9-piece band for an unforgettable evening of dining, dancing and drinking in one of the last true supper clubs in New York City, right in the heart of Restaurant Row in Manhattan. But, wait!  Did the singer just pull out...

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January Kickstarter Update

January Kickstarter Update


Posted By on Jan 11, 2016

PROGESS REPORT ON THE VINYL VERSION OF “BRING IT HOME” Check this out: http://www.ronsunshine.com/wp_new/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Cutting-the-lacquer-Master.m4v This is the cutting of the lacquer masters for the vinyl version of “Bring It Home.” It is a time-honored and arcane process that had almost died out, but is now being resurrected. The man in the video, Chris Muth, has a 1970s Neumann lathe in his...

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      The lacquer master will be cut before the end of this month. It will then be sent to the plating plant, where they will make a stamper. Then the actual vinyl records will be pressed at the pressing plant in CA. I don’t have a date yet for the finished product, but I will keep you posted. Here are the labels (known as donuts) that will go on the records. Nice, huh? Time to get my turntable...

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