Ron Emory

Knowledge Identifier: +Ron_Emory

add

Ron Emory

American rock musician and guitarist for the punk rock band T.S.O.L. add

Category: Music

Born in 1962.

Country: United States (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jack Grisham, Mike Ness

 

Timeline


 

This timeline needs to be reviewed and corrected, as it has been automatically generated from multiple web sources.
Please help improve it by adding dated informations, images and videos about Ron Emory.


Ron Emory was born in 1962 add something


1979

An original member of the band, founded in Southern California in 1979, Emory left in 1987 prior to the release of the album "Hit and Run" add something

 

Ron grew up in Southern California where he met Jack Grisham, Todd Barnes and Mike Roche to form the Punk Band, T.S.O.L. in 1979 add something


1983

The original T.S.O.L. broke up in 1983, and Ron Emory and Mike Roche enlisted vocalist Joe Wood and drummer Mitch Dean into the band, playing hair metal, touring and recording under the name T.S.O.L. add something

 

Jack Grisham - The original T.S.O.L. broke up in 1983, and Ron Emory and Mike Roche enlisted vocalist Joe Wood and drummer Mitch Dean into the band, playing music that started as punk rock but with each new album changed to blues inspired hair metal


1989

The original T.S.O.L. reformed in 1989, but lost Todd Barnes who died of a brain aneurysm in 1999 add something


1996

In 1996, he joined the other original members of T.S.O.L. to reform the band, which remains active add something


1998

The Joykiller released three albums on Epitaph records prior to disbanding in 1998 and had a minor radio hit in Holland with the song "Go-Bang add something


1999

T.S.O.L. has been touring and recording steadily since 1999 add something

 

According to his self portrait, Ron got clean and has been sober since February 10, 1999 add something


2005

They later released their "Greatest Non-Hits" in 2005 add something


2006

Emory played with Social Distortion during their 2006 tour to fill in for his friend Mike Ness, who had broken his wrist in a skateboarding accident add something


2010

Ron recorded Walk that Walk at Hurley studios in Costa Mesa, Ca. Ron's inspiration for this album came from his family and close friends, Davey Warsop from the Beat Union, Dexter Holland from The Offspring, Mike Ness from Social Distortion, JonnyRay Bartel from the Knitters and Jack Grisham, Mike Roche and Tiny from T.S.O.L. Walk that Walk was released on April 15, 2010 add something