Rocker Ronnie Hawkins moved up to Canada in the 1950s and became one of the North's most influental rock and R&B bandleaders, most notably honing the chops of the original lineup of his backing band, The Hawks, who later broke off to become The Band, of '60s/'70s rock royalty fame. Over the years, Hawkins kept recruiting new talent and recording new albums... Here's a quick look at his work...




Discography - Best-Ofs

Ronnie Hawkins "Ronnie Hawkins/Mr. Dynamo"


Ronnie Hawkins "Mr. Dynamo/Sings The Songs Of Hank Williams"


Ronnie Hawkins "Arkansas Rockpile/Mojo Man" (Collector's Choice, 2008)


Ronnie Hawkins "Rock And Roll Resurrection/Giant Of Rock'N'Roll" (One Way Records, 1996)




Discography - Albums

Ronnie Hawkins "Ronnie Hawkins" (Roulette, 1959)


Ronnie Hawkins "Arkansas Rockpile" (Roulette, 1959)


Ronnie Hawkins "Mr. Dynamo" (Roulette, 1960)


Ronnie Hawkins "Folk Ballads Of Ronnie Hawkins" (Roulette, 1960)


Ronnie Hawkins "Sings The Songs Of Hank Williams" (Roulette, 1961)


Ronnie Hawkins "The Best" (Roulette, 1963)


Ronnie Hawkins "Mojo Man" (Roulette, 1964)


Ronnie Hawkins "The Best" (Roulette, 1970)


Ronnie Hawkins "Ronnie Hawkins" (Cotillion, 1970) (LP)


Ronnie Hawkins "The Hawk" (Cotillion, 1971)


Ronnie Hawkins "Rock And Roll Resurrection" (Monument, 1972)


Ronnie Hawkins "Giant Of Rock'N'Roll" (Monument, 1974)


Ronnie Hawkins "Rockin' " (Pye, 1977) (LP)


Ronnie Hawkins "The Hawk" (United Artists, 1979)


Ronnie Hawkins "A Legend In His Spare Time" (Quality, 1981)


Ronnie Hawkins "The Hawk And Rock" (Trilogy, 1982)


Ronnie Hawkins "Making It Again" (Epic, 1984)


Ronnie Hawkins "Hello Again... Mary Lou" (Epic, 1987)


Ronnie Hawkins/Various Artists "Let It Rock" (Quality, 1995)


Ronnie Hawkins "Still Cruisin' " (Hawk, 2002)




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