Ron Brunk moved to Nashville in 2002 with only 10 dollars in his pocket, and within a year he nearly doubled his money. Ron is a unique writer and artist who doesn’t sound like anyone you’ve ever heard before. As the late, great, street performer Ted W. Mills once said, "Brunk music is like fettuccine allegro for the ears.” One can only assume he meant that it’s flavorful, filling, and fun.
Ron partnered with guitar virtuoso Paul Allen, and the pair performed together for several years, stirring up trouble wherever they went. Ron also gained some fans along the way, including Rodney Crowell, who produced some Brunk tunes and taught him some important things about the music biz.
Over the years, Ron Brunk has been joined onstage and/or worked in studio with some of the world's greatest musicians: Paul Allen, Scott Mulvahill, Kenny Greenberg, Glenn Worf, Chad Cromwell, Kim Mclean, Anthony Rankin, Dennis Crouch, Dave Roe, Renae Truex, Joseph Wooten, Mark Beckett, Lisa Brokop,Johnny Rabb, Victor Broden, and many others.
Ron married and divorced the same woman three times.
Ron was once beaten senseless by a gang of 30 rednecks up a hollow in Beaver, West Virginia.
Ron nearly died on three separate occasions from massive intestinal bleeds.
Ron is also an author who has written several works of fiction and non-fiction, including the highly successful "Mystery Diseases and Me."