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Ronnie Pittman: Blessings & Curses

  • Eatonton Cotton Warehouse 118 North Jefferson Street Eatonton, GA, 31024 United States (map)
Ronnie Pittman sponsored by The Peoples Bank playing live at Eatonton Cotton Warehouse

He is unequivocally today's best uncharted talent the most highly acclaimed entertainer by some of Nashville's best in the business.

Ronnie Pittman, a Georgia boy and a veteran of the Atlanta and Nashville music scenes, plays a "home grown" brand of music that infuses modern rock and R&B flavors with the nostalgia of old country's "good ole days." As a well-versed musician/singer/songwriter, he has more than paid his dues and earned the respect of country music's top artists and players. Ronnie has played every music venue in the Southeast from small town honky-tonks to world re-known concert halls such as The Wild Horse Saloon in Nashville, TN and The Monte Carlo Casino in Las Vegas, NV. He has played along side and opening for such acts as Keith Whitley, Travis Tritt, Keith Urban, Tracy Byrd, Sammy Kershaw, Tracy Lawrence, Andy Griggs, Mark Chestnut, Gary Allan, Sarah Evans, Trick Pony, Josh Turner, Mark Wills, David Allan Coe, Billy Joe Royal, T. Graham Brown, just to name a few. Ronnie has even been honored with the "Song Writer of the Year" two years consecutively by the Atlanta Society of Entertainers (ASE Awards) and was a featured opening act at Alan Jackon's Block Party on Music Row. 

Ronnie is currently promoting his album "Blessings and Curses" produced by Mark Wills, Lonnie Wilson, and other Nashville hit makers. He is currently touring with his band comprised of Dave McAffee and Joey Floyd from the Toby Keith "Easy Money" Band and other Nashville and Atlanta artist players. Ronnie has also been promoting his album on Country Radio across the southeast. He is writing and co-producing a new project with Dave McAffee (Grammy nominated producer of Jamey Johnson's "In Color"). His new recordings seamlessly adapt his musical tastes while promoting down home ideals to a broad spectrum of listeners. All of the songs on his upcoming project are written from his personal experiences growing up in a hard working lower class family to his daily endeavors as a father, husband, and friend. Ronnie's aspirations as an entertainer are none of glory; rather, he hopes to augment his listeners' fashion of experiencing life and appreciating God's simple gifts through his appointed talents.

Earlier Event: June 9
Private Party
Later Event: June 24
Private Event