Ron Parks

Ron Parks

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R & B - Soul | San Francisco, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,088   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 1/17/2018

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If you took Brook Benton, Isaac Hayes, and Barry White's voices and mixed them together with Curtis Mayfield and Motown inspired music, you'd come up with Ron's mellow smooth baritone musical style.

Song writing is Ron's first love. All of the songs he records are originals written by him.

He began writing songs relatively late in life. It began as hobby to offset his demanding career as a Software Engineer in Silicon Valley.

Ron was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 30 years.

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Latest News

I have just completed my first song thru collaboration. I am fortunate that my first one was with to of the nicest people and talented songwriters, Carolyn Baron and Earl C. Web both BJ members. The song is 'I Want To Know Love'. They also talked me into singing it. Earl also has a version I like as well. Check them both out.


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Ron Parks posted over 30 days ago to Ron Parks


It's only my oppinion. I've gotten reviews from it sucks to outstanding on the same song. I listen to songs as if they were a single. To me a "movie song" is not a good single.
Please learn to take criticism, even if you think it's stupid. It's only 1 data point. If you only hear it once then ignore it. If you hear the samething multiple times, then maybe it needs to be heeded. The stupid one make the good ones even sweeter. I was not trying to be cruel.


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RUMAH posted over 30 days ago


I dont get your review. How can you say "Made for You" instrumental can be great for a FILM and then give it a 1/5 for market potential. WOW!!! Also this is RnB listen to the version with vocals.. Also listen to classics by Whitney Houston or Mariah carey with this similar style. MC - Without You or Whitney Houston's - I Look to You. Thanks for the terrible/strange review. I will be reporting you to Broadjam. Thanks!


dbrown posted over 30 days ago


Harsh comments and scores won't advance your played out career. Please evolve. If Charlie Wilson can do it, so can you. Thanks for nothing.


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