Live Music with Ron Tanski & Cats-A-Renos
Ron Tanski, a Los Angeles based Blues Singer, Song Writer, Composer and Avant Garde, Blues, Rock and Jazz pianist. Ron is also one of Los Angeles’ most popular live performers. His debut CD “Dragged You Down” charted at #3 on the RMR Blues Music Radio Top 40 and was in the Top 100 Most Radio Played Blues CD’s of 2011! Ron’s newest record “Never Pet A Burning Dog” is a critically acclaimed, rocking, introspective Piano Tour d’ Force of Blues! One track, Blues For Jimi, has become the theme music for the nationally syndicated Bakers Dozen Of Blues radio show. Ron’s worked with Grammy Winners & Nominees, shared the stage with Blues, Rock, Pop and even Country legends and he was the first ever “White Boy” house piano player at the famous Lindberg’s Blues Club. Not just a one trick pony Ron’s also written music for award winning animated shorts, radio jingles, children’s theater and sacred music. Ron proudly plays and is sponsored by the following: Mason & Hamlin Pianos, PianoDisc, Earthworks High Definition Microphones and Dexibell Keyboards.
The Cats A Renos are a Texas-fried Blues, Rhythm and Blues, Swing and Rockabilly band. Playing together for the last 10 years, they’ve been blowing away audiences across Southern California with their signature blend of Original Blues and Blue-Eyed Soul covers. Made from the stuff of Hollywood Legends and Suburban Dreams, the band features actor/musician/brothers Bill & Sherman Allen on Harmonica and Guitar trust me you’ve seen’em; Sax Man Joe Robb whose resume includes Michael Jackson, Sinatra, Bowie, 3 Beatles, Streisand, Steely Dan, Boz Scaggs and the list goes on; session beast Todd “The Oak Tree” Connelly on Bass who has recorded with everyone from Billy Squier to Phoebe Snow; Composer & award winning Hollywood sound editor extraordinaire Ron Finn on guitar who works to keep the group classy, and lastly Pianist, Singer and reluctant front-man Ron Tanski who sounds like the bastard love child of Louis Armstrong, Joe Cocker and Tom Waits.