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    Hammond, Ronnie (10th November 1949-Present)

    He is a singer who was a member of The Celtics and WAR and worked with The Hampton Grease Band as engineer.  In 1972 he replaced Rodney Justo of Atlanta Rhythm Section and was with them until 1981, returning to them in 1989 and staying until 2001.   He was involved in the "Tributes Route" concerts for Lynyrd Skynyrd and also undertook solo work. He made a police officer shoot him by threatening him with a hammer and part of a guitar in 1998.  He had been battling with alcoholism and depression, and said it was a suicide attempt from which he survived.  He joined the ensemble group Voices of Classic Rock. 


    Atlantic Rhythm Section recordings

    The Ballad of Lois Malone (Buddy Buie/Robert Nix/Dean Daughtry/Barry Bailey)

    Champagne Jam (Buddy Buie/Robert Nix/J.R. Cobb)                                               

    The Great Escape (Buddy Buie/Robert Nix/Barry Bailey)

    Im Not Going to Let It Bother Me Tonight (Buddy Buie/Robert Nix/Dean Daughtry)

    Silver Eagle (Buddy Buie/J.R. Cobb)                                                             





    Here he is singing "So Into You" with the Atlanta Rhythm Section...








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