SINGLE REVIEW: Go by Tony Ronalds

Hailing from Nova Scotia, Canada and now based in Sydney, Australia, singer-songwriter Tony Ronalds, has just released a stirring new track called Go. The new song is taken from his forthcoming EP, and as Tony has said of the upcoming release:

‘This is my most personal, and by far the most meaningful project to date. The support from my fans has been amazing, without this support the upcoming EP never would have been possible’. Over a 25-year history, Tony has accumulated a significant number of achievements including performing across Canada and the United States and receiving 5 ECMA Nominations including Entertainer of the Year as the lead singer of Kilt. Tony’s new track is a unique blend of rock and pop with little doses of country here and there, a potent song that features a narrative based on a real-life event. As Tony has said of the song’s inspiration: ‘Go tells the story of how a forty-something- year-old man living in Calgary Alberta, Canada responds when the love of his life says she wants to return to her home. Her home, in Sydney Australia, over 13,000 kilometres away. They were in the blink of an eye and a heart-felt moment when he says, ‘Tell me when you want to go’’. With the new track, Tony teamed up with Canadian producer Eric Eggleston who has also mentored with Grammy-winning mixer and producer Michael Brauer (Angélique Kidjo, Coldplay, John Mayer,) and David Kahne (Paul McCartney, The Strokes, Sublime and The Bangles) respectively. The track also features multi-music award winner Michael S. Ryan of The Town Heroes. Go is an emotionally-charged song that makes the most of Tony’s enthralling vocal performance, with a full and cinematic rock-pop soundscape behind him and poignant lyrics that will no doubt resonate with many listeners and fans on a global level.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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