RONNIE LAWS INTERVIEW
Brother Ronnie Laws' name is virtually synonymous with good music.
Brother Ronnie Laws' name is virtually synonymous with good music. True Laws fans know, that this gifted contemporary music artist is by no means a newcomer to the business. A native of Houston, Texas, born October 3, 1950, the third in a famous line of four musicians that include his classically trained Jazz flutist brother, Hubert, and his vocalist sisters, Eloise and Debra. Laws taught himself to play alto saxophone at the age of eleven. He found work under the tutelage of such legendary talents as The Jazz Crusaders. He was a member of the 70's much-revered soul group Earth Wind and Fire, where he played tenor and soprano sax for a two-year stint, before finally venturing out to pursue a solo career. Laws is a proven natural at combining the exploratory heart of Jazz with the broader reaching strains of Soul and Pop music. His first hit, "Always There" was one of the most popular, sax-driven, cross-over hits of the 70's Jazz-Funk Fusion era. Listen to the exclusive interview with Ed Salazar, who will interview Ronnie Laws to find out how he came into the truth and his thoughts behind some of his well-known songs.
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