Ron Carroll, a Chicago based singer, songwriter, producer/remixer, and well respected DJ, is known primarily on the global music circuit. Ron has worked with many of the world’s most famous producers such as Erick Morillo, Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclair, David Guetta, and Steve Angello.
Since his beginnings singing in the church choir, Ron Carroll was destined to make his mark in the music industry. His career as a DJ began in the early 1980’s on Chicago’s Southside where his star quickly rose. He would soon find himself opening for noted DJs including Lil’ Louis, Mike Dunn, and Ron Hardy. In 2000, friend and producer Mazi introduced Ron to the European house scene and asked him to write and sing on Superfunk’s “Lucky Star.” The track blew up worldwide and went on to sell over 3,000,000 copies.
More recently, Ron has been engaged in producing, remixing, and contributing vocals on a wide variety of projects. His 2008 super hit, “Walking Down The Street” (“Nike Song”), was released globally and soared in Holland. This song remained on the national charts for eight straight weeks. He would also collaborate with Bob Sinclair and Axwell on “What A Wonderful World” and co-write music with David Guetta and Swedish House Mafia.
When Ron is not in the studio, he often performs at some of the largest electronic dance music events in the world, including Loveland Festival in Amsterdam and Sensation. Today, Ron Carroll is hard at work launching his label, Chi City Music. He is scheduled to perform at two more Sensation parties in 2010 and has an upcoming Hed Kandi compilation.