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Ron Haney is an American songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and sound engineer.

He co-wrote and played guitar on "Tell You Something (Nana's Reprise)" with Grammy-Award winning artist Alicia Keys for her album As I Am and co- wrote and co-produced her single "Better You, Better Me", included on the soundtrack of the film The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete.

He co-wrote and co-produced  "Hanging On"  which appeared in Oren Moverman's Oscar nominated film The Messenger and "Come Alive"  which appeared in the TV film Sage Paints the Sky.

Ron wrote the song  "Everybody Gets What They Deserve" which was prominently featured in the television shows Spin City and Scrubs.

Additionally, he co-wrote and produced the theme song for MTV's Juvies  "Sometimes Your Best Isn't Good Enough" .
His many other songs have appeared in Pretty Little Liars, Project Runway, Jane By Design, The Biggest Loser, ER, Third Watch, Summerland, The OC, Everwood, Minute To Win It, Bad Girls Club, Rising Star and the MTV shows Exposed, True Life, House of Food and Cribs.

Born in Baltimore, MD and raised in Middletown, NJ, Ron taught himself to play guitar and piano at the age of 12. After graduating from high school, he studied at William Patterson College.

In the late 80s and early 90s, Ron played guitar with Jersey shore band, James Deely and the Valiants and the alternative band I Kill Me.

In 1995, he started the band The Churchills as lead singer, songwriter and guitarist with songwriter, engineer and bassist, Bart Schoudel.  

In 1999, Michael J Fox asked The Churchills to appear on the Spin City episode "Internal Affairs" performing "Everybody Gets What They Deserve".
This television appearance led to a meeting with Mark Ross, who signed the band to a recording deal on the Universal imprint, Abrupt Records.  The studio album  "You Are Here" was released in 2000.  It was produced by Mark Hart (Crowded House) and Steve Dudas (Ringo Starr) and engineered by Paul Logus. 

With The Churchills, Ron toured in Europe and Japan as well as across the US, opening stateside for The National, OK Go, and They Might Be Giants.

In 2007, Ron played lead guitar on stage in the Black Ball house band with Alicia Keys, Bono, Gwen Stefani, Sheryl Crow, and operatic soprano Kathleen Battle. 

In 2011, he and Bart Schoudel produced remixes under the moniker Low Sunday for artists Rihanna, Ludacris, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez for Island/Def Jam Records, The Ting-Tings for Columbia, Duffy for Mercury, and others.

For the past few years Ron has been writing, recording and producing music in his studio for many other artists and for film, television and commercials. In addition to his work in the studio, Ron is the bass player in Bobby Bandiera's band and in 2018 played with Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny and Gary U.S. Bonds to name a few.
Ron also reached a life goal in 2018 by playing guitar at Madison Square Garden with NJ band Williams Honor opening for Jon Bonjovi.




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