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Born in New York, Ron Jameson began promoting clubs and DJing in 1997 in his home town of Brockport (USA) DJing Friday and Saturdays to a full house at a local hot spot called Shakers and hosting an afterhours club weekly called Sunday School at the University Bar Northbound Junction with close friend DJ Rue Capone.

Around the year 2000 due to being the main New York promoter for Canadian rave companies Liquid Groove, Ministry Entertainment and Universal Flavor headed by Toronto Legend Roberto Di Giovanni(Rob Daboom) Ron got his first international DJ bookings at the Basement Club and Whisky Saigon in Toronto Canada and with more international gigs to follow including residencies in Nassau Bahamas and the tropical Island of Bermuda. Ron Jameson was one of the founding members of the Twistedboodah Tribe that first brought House Music to the islands with locals DJ Craig Boo, CRX, DJ O.K. (Elton Duke Smith), Alex Cranberrie and DJ Yiorgos.

At that same time Ron began to produce music releasing his first signed track titled “Don’t Cry No More” Feat. Jhaytea on Chicago House legend Jesse Saunders, Broken Records and a second track titled “I Was Born” in 2010. To follow would be many more releases including multiple signings to B Club Recordings (IT) and a 2 track release to Angelo Ferreri’s Mood Funk Records (IT) titled “ B Alright” which earned his first Traxsource top 10 Jackin House Chart as well as getting nominated for Traxsource’s top 200 tracks of 2018.

With Major support from Radio Milano International’s long-time resident DJ Paolo Bardelli’s B Club Recordings and Angelo Ferreri’s Mood Funk Records Ron was able to gain the attention of New York’s most notorious independent dance music label Nervous Records signing a collaboration deal featuring House Music Legend Sterling Void and Vocalist Janae Catt titled “I Found You”. Other music releases include a Soulful House Release on Chicago House O.G. Stacy Kidd’s House 4 Life label featuring Grammy nominated vocalist Montreea Baily titled “Groove 101” including a remix of the song by Stacy Kidd himself. More labels you will find Ron Jameson releases include Turtle Wax Recordings (Hawaii) Disco Balls Records (US) Dutchie Music, Evolve Music (US) Discolored (IT) and one of Asia’s hottest new labels Ballloom.

“Music is and always has been my main route of expression and I owe my inspirations to a lot of people being a DJ, Producer and Musician.”
Paolo Bardelli 70' Roller Disco Remix (5:54)

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