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Ronnie Freeman


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When Ronnie Freeman released his laid-back, piano-based pop debut five years ago, it was simply one more step in a logical progression that had begun when he first stood behind a mic in Montgomery, Alabama, as a 7-year-old and performed “Rise Again” for his church. A skilled songsmith and accomplished worship leader, Freeman began to see his audience expand after the release of his Rocketown debut. In addition to solo appearances, the young artist had opportunities to open shows for Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman and Phillips, Craig & Dean, among others. Listeners connected quickly with the heartfelt expressions of longing, worship, redemption, and celebration that are the hallmarks of Ronnie’s music, and when he felt led to chart his own musical course, he took with him a new fanbase broad enough to warrant 70 live shows a year.

“For me, there’s a magic in the live connection,” Ronnie says, explaining the bond he feels with his audience. “I think it comes from being vulnerable. In a strange kind of way I feel like I’m the guy in the audience. It’s like I’m sitting out there next to him listening. I don’t feel like the stage separates me from anyone else in the room. I don’t believe in pretension. I just love going out and connecting with people. I think every artist hopes people will connect with their songs, and I do hope that, but even more than that I want them to connect with my heart, personally.”

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