The Cooper Sessions reviewed in Strings Magazine
"Time was, a lone violin and a solitary banjo comprised a full band," writes fiddler Darol Anger in the liner notes of Ron Cody's The Cooper Sessions. As if to prove that point, the Wayfaring Strangers' Matt Glaser takes up his bow and performs a wickedly knotty duel/duet with Cody's percolating, modified Scruggs-style banjo on "Cattle in the Cain."Read the review
The Cooper Sessions CD now available
Ron Cody has produced a new record for banjo and fiddle offering a wonderful collection of explorations in acoustic string-band music tied together by the common thread of Jonathan Cooper's exceptional violins. [more]
Ron is writing a new regular column called "The Melodic Side of Things" for Banjo Newsletter. Check out this months tab for Sweet Sue at Banjo Newsletter Online!
New single just released
Check out Ron's new recorded single "Jerry's Breakdown" which features Darol Anger, Rushad Eggleston, Bob Hamilton, and Wendy Cody! The proceeds from your purchase of the single on iTunes and CD baby will be donated to the American Lung Association in recognition of the composer the great Jerry Reed! [more]
New CD, Sprung A Spring, released
We just finished a new jazz album, Sprung A Spring, which features Darol Anger and Heather Masse. Ron Cody's new CD, Sprung A Spring is a wonderful excursion into the versatility of banjo's acoustical possibilities. [more]
New video posted
Check out a new music video featuring "The Look of Love" from the album.
Brunch with The Gather Rounders
Ron will be with Lincon Meyers and Wendy Cody every Sunday at the Bluegrass Brunch at Gather Restaurant in Yarmouth Maine
Three Tall Pines
Ron has been producing and helping arrange the Three Tall Pines new recording which includes Brittany Haas and Lauren Rioux. Ron also plays on a couple of the cuts including a cool version of "Raleigh and Spencer"
Recording with Mike Block
Ron recently recorded on "Learning To Smile" off Mike Block's new album Brick by Brick.