We say a sad farewell to Ronnie Spector of the Ronette’s

Veronica Yvette Bennett was an Afro American Cherokee singer who helped formed the girl group the Ronettes in 1957 along with her sister . Songs sung like Be My Baby, Do I Love You?, So Young, Breakin’ up, Walking In The Rain, What’d I Say, I wonder, You Baby, Baby I love You and many more.
Ronnie & the Ronettes traveled through the 50s60s era which grace and elegance.
This era of music is one of the best era’s of music with artist who helped pioneer the source of such great sound in their recordings and in the music industry. Most many are trying to capture today.

The group was on the forefront of signifigant a girl groups music reached all audiences black and white that helped build other great acts during the 50s , 60s, 70s. Pioneers on the forefront of music mania during the late 50s, and 60s especially with DooWop and street corner harmony taking the lead in sound.

Ase’ Groove Salutes Ronnie &The Ronettes for paving the way for women artist and women of color in the industry. Ronnie will be missed.

Ase’ Groove
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