Ron Cribb is a talented Singer/songwriter and recording artist from Auckland, New Zealand. Having been born and raised in the King Country on a sheep and cattle farm in a small but quaint town called Taumarunui, Ron Cribb attributes his love for song from his humble upbringing in the country lifestyle. Ron comes from a large family of 14 and has been surrounded by the rhythms of nature.
Ron Cribb has a great ear for song writing. He has the determination to express himself in music in a way that captures the heart and paralyses the soul. As an up and coming artist Ron is totally focused on earning the respect of a loyal fan base, and at the same time break into the local and international music market.
Ron Cribb’s music is a blend of melodic and harmonic strains with no boundaries to genre fusion. His expression conveys in his music what he deems mature pop, delivered in a palatable manner. Ron’s style is a blend of genres consisting of pop, light rock and R n B.
Ron Cribb likes to challenge himself to better his craft at all times. Having tried his hand at media exposure for the likes of appearing on “Homai Te Paki Paki,” Maori TV 2010, also having won “The Singing Bee” TV2 back in 2009. Ron has won various singing competitions over the years. Ron is also an active member of the country music club circuit. Ron has also had the opportunity to perform at various major outdoor live events e.g “Pasifika Festival 2012“, the “Grey Lynn Festival 2013 and local xmas outdoor festivals and fundraiser events.
Ron has finally channeled his calling into the realms of becoming a serious singer/songwriter and recording artist of late. His new debut single and Music Video called “This Could Be The Night” features Chikonabz a talented young female singer from Britain. Ron is making his mark as an artist determined to create his own brand.
Currently Ron is an active Member of The LMM Club which is the brain child of Shirley Howe also a singer/songwriter, her music name is LA Thompson. Shirley has helped give Ron a platform to showcase his own original Kiwi music. The club is dedicated to helping Kiwi artists perform their own penned material and gives opportunities to sing and perform covers of other well known Kiwi artists. Giving exposure as well and helping to build a good profile base.
Ron is not phased by conforming to current trends in music but being totally immersed in his own delectable style which he very strategically manages to cater for all age groups and cultures.
Ron’s main influences are Michael Jackson, John Legend, Ed Sheeran. Adele, Ronan Keating, Celine Dion, Tina Turner, the late Whitney Houston, Dave Dobbin, Sons of Zion, Ardijah, Aradhna, Adeaze, Ria, Stan Walker, Savage Garden, Bee Gees, Fleetwood Mac, Brian Mcknight, and the list goes on.