Ronnette Harrison, accomplished recording artist, radio personality, vocalist, pianist, songwriter, piano instructor, and vocal coach, has emerged as one of the most sought-after pianists, psalmists and vocal coaches in the Washington Metropolitan area. Ronnette is also a member of the Grammy Award Recording Academy, Washington, D.C. Chapter, the premier outlet for honoring achievements in the recording arts and supporting the music community.
Ronnette began performing as a singer and musician with Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee, Shirley Ables & The Joy Gospel Singers at the age of 11. She has recorded with numerous artists including Vicki Yohe, Pastor Shirley Caesar and Dorothy Norwood. After experiencing much success as a vocalist with Stellar Award-winning groups Isaiah D. Thomas & Elements of Praise and Mike McCoy & Voices United, Ronnette stepped out as a solo artist. She has been nominated for several local Christian Music Awards and in July 2015, won "Female Artist of the Year" at the Gospel Blue M.I.C. Achievement Awards.
Ronnette received a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Music Education from Towson University, Towson, Maryland and taught in the Prince George's County Public School system. Adding to her multi-faceted talents, Ronnette is also a radio host with Radio One DC, Praise 104.1 FM and WYCB 1340 AM. She also provides private vocal and piano instruction. The songstress has successfully headlined sold-out performances at the historic Blues Alley in Washington, D.C., and recently at the Gospel en Karukera Festival 2017 in Guadeloupe. Ronnette has traveled the world touring and performing with Gospel greats including Mike McCoy & Voices United in Italy. She has made guest appearances on several gospel television network shows, including “Rejoice in the Word” and “I Will Bless the Lord at All Times.”
"Ronnette Harrison just simply blew us away at the IGAA Conference," shares Phillip Carter, Award Winning Gospel artist and founder of Independent Gospel Artists Alliance. "Her voice and anointing changed the atmosphere in the room. She will be a breath of fresh air in Christian Music."