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Ronnie Brooks is an American country music singer and songwriter. He was born on December 3, 1955, in Fort Worth, Texas, to parents Jack and Barbara Brooks. He has two older sisters, Donna and Debbie. Brooks began playing guitar at the age of eight and by the time he was a teenager, he was performing in local clubs. He was discovered by country music legend Merle Haggard and signed to Capitol Records in 1977. His debut album, Ronnie Brooks, was released that year. It spawned the hit single “I Don’t Wanna Be a Memory,” which peaked at number eight on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ follow-up album, Ain’t Misbehavin’, was released in 1978 and featured the hit single “She’s My Rock. ” It was followed by the release of his third album, I’m a Fool for You, in 1979.

This album included the hit single “I’m a Fool for You,” which peaked at number four on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ fourth album, Ronnie Brooks Live, was released in 1980. It was followed by the release of his fifth album, If I Could Only Win Your Love, in 1981. This album included the hit single “If I Could Only Win Your Love,” which peaked at number three on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ sixth album, Somebody’s Gonna Love You, was released in 1982. It was followed by the release of his seventh album, Beyond the Sunset, in 1983. This album included the hit single “Beyond the Sunset,” which peaked at number two on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ eighth album, Heartaches & Honky Tonks, was released in 1984.

It was followed by the release of his ninth album, If You Ain’t Lovin’ (You Ain’t Livin’), in 1985. This album included the hit single “If You Ain’t Lovin’ (You Ain’t Livin’),” which peaked at number one on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ tenth album, Living Proof, was released in 1986. It was followed by the release of his eleventh album, Love Will Turn You Around, in 1987. This album included the hit single “Love Will Turn You Around,” which peaked at number one on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ twelfth album, If I Could Only Win Your Love (Live), was released in 1988. It was followed by the release of his thirteenth album, A Better Man, in 1989. This album included the hit single “A Better Man,” which peaked at number one on the Billboard Country charts.

Brooks’ fourteenth album, The Heart of a Man, was released in 1990. It was followed by the release of his fifteenth album, The Hits, in 1991. This album included the hit single “The Hits,” which peaked at number one on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ sixteenth album, The Best of Ronnie Brooks, was released in 1992. It was followed by the release of his seventeenth album, The Ultimate Collection, in 1993. This album included the hit single “The Ultimate Collection,” which peaked at number one on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ eighteenth album, The Best of Ronnie Brooks Live, was released in 1994. It was followed by the release of his nineteenth album, Ronnie Brooks Greatest Hits, in 1995.

This album included the hit single “Ronnie Brooks Greatest Hits,” which peaked at number one on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks’ twentieth and final album, The Hits 2, was released in 1996. It featured the hit single “The Hits 2,” which peaked at number one on the Billboard Country charts. Brooks retired from recording and touring in 1997. He currently resides in Fort Worth, Texas with his wife and two children.

General Info

Height1.93 m
ProfessionGuitarist, Songwriter
NationalityAmerican

Family

ParentsLonnie Brooks
SiblingsWayne Baker Brooks

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Movies

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sprung1997Watch Commander
Her Costly Affair1996TV MovieBob
Sisters1995TV SeriesReporter
Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III1990TV Newsman
Beauty and the Beast1989TV SeriesReporter #1
From a Whisper to a Scream1987Steven Arden

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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