CLEVELAND, OH - NOVEMBER 05: Ronald Isley performs at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tribute concert honoring Aretha Franklin during the 16th American Music Masters Tribute at PlayhouseSquare's State Theatre on November 5, 2011 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images for Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame)

Ron Isley


Whether you know him as a member of the iconic Isley Brothers or the big bad “Mr. Biggs,” the R&B extraodinaire Ronald Isley will forever be a legend in music history. His volume of work ranges from the ‘50s to today, embellished with classics like “Shout” and “For the Love of You” to sensational R. Kelly collabos like “Contagious” and “Down Low.” He has a hypnotizing falsetto that has earned the crooner numerous honors, including accolades from BET, Billboard magazine and The Soul Train Awards. Isley’s second solo LP, This Song Is for You, was released in July 2013.