1968 (age 53)
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, United States
Ron Carroll is an American singer, songwriter and producer. He is primarily known in the house music circuit. Carroll has worked with many of house's most famous producers, including E-Smoove, Maurice Joshua and Bob Sinclar. He has also produced, usually with partner Spero Pagos, for other vocalists or his own songs.
A few of his tracks have gained mainstream attention and radio airplay, including "My Love" (produced by Kluster), "Lucky Star" (produced by Superfunk), "The Sermon" (produced by Carroll himself) and Back Together (produced by Hardsoul).
Ron Carroll's nickname is The Minister of Sound.
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