Ronnie Lee Cunningham

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Ronnie Lee Cunningham
Born US
Genres Rock music, funk
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments Keyboard, vocals
Years active 1972–present
Labels GRC
Associated acts LAW, Brainchild, The Ronnie Lee Thing

Ronnie Lee Cunningham is a keyboard player and singer and former member of the 1970s rock band LAW. In 1969 he joined a group called Brainchild. But before that he was band leader of a group called The Ronnie Lee Thing. He had even recorded his first single when he was 14 years of age.[1]

Cunningham was friends with LAW founding member Steve Acker and he joined LAW in 1973. He replaced Mickey Williamson and sang lead on many of their recordings.[2]

As a musician he has played either bass guitar or organ with Bad Company, Earth Wind & Fire, Al Jarreau, Bob Seger, Santana and Stevie Wonder. He has also worked with Michael Winslow of Police Academy fame.[3]

In 2002 Cunningham and members of Brainchild got together to play at a concert at the Yankee Lake Ballroom in Brookfield to raise money for an autism center.[4]

Also appears on[edit]

  • Phoenix – Power – Charisma – CA-1-2208 – 1979 (Keyboards & backing vocals)[5]