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It must have been fate that Ron Dewberry and Frank Sinatra share the same birthday, for one day, Ron would become known for his undeniable voice belting out the tunes of Old Blue Eyes.


Born and raised in Niagara, Canada, Ron has been entertaining all his life. In his early days, he headlined for local bands Take 5 and Beginnings bringing Pop, Rock, and Top 40 tunes to life. For the past six years, Ron has brought his crooning style to audiences across North America, performing classic contemporary songs from what is called 'The Great American Songbook' and more.  Songs such as Fly Me to the Moon, Luck Be a Lady and New York, New York, made famous by Frank Sinatra and still performed today by artists such as Michael Buble, Tony Bennett and even Lady Gaga.


Ron’s performing resume is varied, with some notable events including opening for Serena Ryder at the Niagara Fallsview Casino, and performing at Paul Godfrey’s Celebrity Roast (former Blue Jays President and CEO). Ron has also had the pleasure of providing entertainment at fundraisers for such dignitaries as Rob Nicholson (Minister of Foreign Affairs) and Peter McKay (former Minister of Justice).  Ron is in demand for weddings, fundraisers and private functions, and in the past year he has completed a series of performances fronting an 18 piece orchestra with a two-hour Sinatra show.  He also entertains regularly at local venues Casa Mia Ristorante and Marilyns Bistro every weekend here in Niagara Falls. 


Ron’s passion and talent keep him true to his influences, selecting songs from the Rat Pack to Elvis and a bit of everything in between, and his smooth style and high energy entertaining make him a hit with any audience. Ron has the ability to bring a room alive and have the crowd dancing the night away, and many performances aren’t complete without him sharing some trivia on the song he is singing, telling a quick joke or even doing an impression. Ron is not simply a 'singer' he 'entertains' and takes great pleasure in connecting with his audience as he works the room. 





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