Michael "Mick" Ronson (26 May 1946 – 29 April 1993) was an English guitarist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, arranger and producer. He is best known for his work with David Bowie, as one of The Spiders from Mars. Ronson was a busy session musician who recorded with artists as diverse as Bowie and Morrissey, as well as engagements as a sideman in touring bands with performers such as Van Morrison.
01.11.2012 [Gibson] - Of course, many great rhythm guitarists – the late Mick Ronson springs to mind – occupied dual roles as lead and rhythm players. Below are 10 rhythm players who rank among rock and roll's best-ever. 10. CHUCK BERRY. John Lennon famously said, "If you
31.10.2012 [The Quietus] - Turning Marc Bolan from the Boppin' Elf into the first superstar of glam via the key Electric Wizard and The Slider albums, Visconti was there when David Bowie first teamed up with guitarist Mick Ronson before returning to work with singer on a string
25.10.2012 [This is Hull and East Riding] - "Hull is a great place and one of our favourite musicians, Mick Ronson, comes from the city. "The one thing that hasn't changed over the years is we still put in 100 per cent every time we play." Tickets for the show on Saturday, April 27, go on sale
24.10.2012 [Gibson] - In the early days, it was artists like Leslie West and Alice Cooper and Boston and Mick Ronson-era David Bowie – bands like that. By the time he was in Ozzy's band, he had a much more diverse library of listening preferences. At the time he died, “In
25.10.2012 [Yahoo! Canada Music (blog)] - ... up with Alain Whyte, who agreed to write most of the music to songs like "We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful," "You're The One For Me, Fatty" and "Seasick, Yet Still Docked," while the legendary Mick Ronson produced it right before he died.
31.10.2012 [El Mundo.es] - ¿Cuando podremos escucharlas? saludos, Mick Ronson; invitados: Es el disco de ahora, el que acaba de salir. Despierta. 13. Loco, tu disco es bueno, muy bueno diría yo. Pero esperaba algo más de mala hostia en alguna canción. Que la cosa está muy