An insurgent nation singer/songwriter within the vein of Guy Clark or Townes Van Zandt, Tampa indigenous Ronny Elliott have been an operating musician for over 30 years before he released his single debut. Elliott’s wandering muse swings from acerbic fare like “South by JUST WHAT EXACTLY?” (from 1999’s Ronny Elliott), which slams the revered music market fête, to politically billed songs like “Notice From a Birmingham Jail” (from 2001’s Poisonville) to some rumination on Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen’s co-dependent self-destruction (“Space 100”). Elliott resided with his mom and grandmother in Birmingham, Alabama until age group six, if they relocated to Tampa. By the first ’70s Ronny have been a member from the organizations Spirit Trippers, Noah’s Ark, YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Carry, and Duckbutter, to mention several, and even experienced a stint with big-time Southern rockers the Outlaws. YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Bear opened up for Jimi Hendrix in 1967, while Duckbutter offered as backing music group for Chuck Berry and Gene Vincent on the vintage tour. (That is to state that Elliott have been well round the block a long time before the release of his single profession.) It wasn’t until 1995 that he made a decision to step out by himself, gathering several Tampa music artists and self-recording Ronny Elliott & the Nationals, a lo-fi work that garnered crucial acclaim. A Postcard from Jack port adopted in 1998 and Ronny Elliott in 1999, while 2001 noticed the discharge of these Poisonville. Elliott offers continued his documenting output through the entire 2000s, with such albums as Magneto (2002), Valentine Roadkill (2005), and Jalopypaint (2007), all around the Blue Center label.