I Met Ron Dante!

At the Archie booth at the NY Con today was appearing Ron Dante, the voice of the Archies on record!

Ron Dante at NYC

He brought his guitar, but we didn’t get to hear him sing, but he was wonderful to talk to, very friendly. I hope his plans for one more Archies record (a Christmas album!) come true!

9 Responses to “I Met Ron Dante!”

  1. Dave Says:

    Groovy! I’ve been watching Archies clips on YouTube all day, traveling down memory lane.

  2. Beau Smith Says:

    Ron Dante is without a doubt one of the BEST pop singer/songwriter most of the world has never heard of. The guy is really a genius when it comes to pop music. I’m really glad that he was there is going to do more stuff. Excellent news!



  3. James Schee Says:

    How old is he? He looks quite like Archie in that pic.

  4. Johanna Says:

    He does, doesn’t he? For a guy who’s got to be in his sixties, at a guess, he’s remarkably ageless.

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    I sang in a group called “The Eighth Day” in the late 1960’s and Ron Dante promoted our group and produced an album for us in New York. He was a lot of fun to work with and is quite a talent.

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