As a solo guitar instrumentalist, Ronnda Cadle is known for the melodic hooks she coaxes from her guitar. With over 20 years experience playing her original compositions before live audiences across the U.S., this musician from Camano Island, WA has developed a devoted fan base. She has shared the stage with many other well-known musicians including Sarah Bettens, Al Petteway, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Mother's Finest, Patty Larkin and 2003 American Music Award Winner, Moe Loughran. Ronnda's style fuses heartfelt emotional content with masterful guitar work. She perfected her craft while listening to guitarists whom she considers her greatest mentors - Nancy Wilson of Heart, Caroline Aiken, and Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls. Ronnda says, "I wouldn't be the player I am today if it were not for these strong and amazing women. I hope to bring my own voice to the generations of women musicians to follow."
Cadle’s most recent and third release, “Will’s Embrace” was produced by GRAMMY Award winner and Windham Hill Records Founder William Ackerman, with the Co-production skills of Corin Nelson also a noted GRAMMY winner and Cadle herself. Ronnda's track 'Shalom' from the album 'Will's Embrace' was placed on a compilation disc called 'The Gathering', a new generation of musicians produced by Will Ackerman. In 2012 'The Gathering' won Album of the Year at the 9th Annual Zone Music Awards. Cadle's previous release “After” with the String Poets has been featured on the Public Radio International program Echoes playlist and has had several songs selected for the PBS television program and online site Roadtrip Nation. Ronnda's previous releases 'After' and 'The River Runs' were produced by GRAMMY winner and engineer Don McCollister (Indigo Girls, Third Day, Sister Hazel)