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Ron Sexsmith was born on 8 January, 1964 in St. Catharines, Canada. Discover Ron Sexsmith’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?
|Age||56 years old|
|Born||8 January 1964|
|Birthplace||St. Catharines, Canada|
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Ron Sexsmith Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Ron Sexsmith’s Wife?
His wife is Jocelyne Sexsmith (m. 1986–2001), Colleen Hixenbaugh
|Wife||Jocelyne Sexsmith (m. 1986–2001), Colleen Hixenbaugh|
Ron Sexsmith Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Ron Sexsmith worth at the age of 56 years old? Ron Sexsmith’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Canada. We have estimated Ron Sexsmith’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Timeline of Ron Sexsmith
In 2017, Sexsmith published his debut novel Deer Life with Dundurn Press. It was well received and Publishers Weekly wrote that the “novel has much the same effect as his music, conveying uncertainty with fearlessness and heart.”
Sexsmith has a book that was released on 16 September 2017, called Deer Life. It has been described as a “grown up fairy tale” by Sexsmith himself. Deer Life is Sexsmith’s first effort as an author.
Sexsmith was featured on vocals on the Mel Parsons song ‘Don’t Wait’ from her 2015 album Drylands (album).
Sexsmith’s songs have been performed and recorded by a number of well-known musicians, including Elvis Costello, Feist, Rod Stewart, Emmylou Harris His song “Secret Heart” has been covered by Rod Stewart, Feist, and Nick Lowe. Sexsmith co-wrote “Brandy Alexander” with Feist—versions appear on Sexsmith’s Exit Strategy of the Soul, and on Feist’s album The Reminder. A version of Sexsmith’s “Whatever It Takes” appeared on Michael Bublé’s 2009 album Crazy Love.
Sexsmith sang the lead vocal on a song from Ryan Granville-Martin’s 2013 album Mouthparts and Wings which features a different vocalist on each song.
In 2012, Sexsmith appeared on Lowe Country: The Songs of Nick Lowe, a Nick Lowe tribute album, where he covered Lowe’s 1994 song “Where’s My Everything?”.
On 16 June 2011, Sexsmith and his band performed the Kinks’ song “Misfits” with Ray Davies at the Meltdown Festival in London, England. The same year, he won a songwriter of the year Juno Award for “Whatever It Takes,” and a Canadian Indy Award. The album Long Player Late Bloomer was shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize. Sexsmith’s 14th full-length album, Carousel One, was released in March 2015.
In 2010, Sexsmith appeared on “Liberace”, a track off the album Vaudeville by Canadian rapper D-Sisive. In 2012 his song “Gold in them Hills” was included on Katie Melua’s album Secret Symphony, and “Right About Now” was covered by Mari Wilson on the album “Cover Stories”.
In 2004, fellow Canadian singer-songwriter k.d. lang covered Sexsmith’s song “Fallen” on her album Hymns of the 49th Parallel. He also wrote the title song of Emmylou Harris’ 2011 album, Hard Bargain.
In 2002, Sexsmith recorded a cover version of “This Is Where I Belong”, the title track for a tribute album called This Is Where I Belong – The Songs of Ray Davies and the Kinks, and including contributions from Damon Albarn, Bebel Gilberto and Queens of the Stone Age, among others. In 2006, he performed at the Halifax Pop Explosion. In 2004, he performed at the RuhrTriennale in the concert series Century of Song hosted by Bill Frisell.
Sexsmith has collaborated with many artists. In 2002, Sexsmith sang a duet with Coldplay’s Chris Martin in the song “Gold in Them Hills” which appeared as a bonus track on the album Cobblestone Runway. Sexsmith sang on “An Elephant Insect” which appears on the 2003 Shonen Knife album Heavy Songs. In 2005, he released a collection of songs recorded with drummer Don Kerr during the production of Retriever, called Destination Unknown. Also in 2005, Sexsmith sang on the track “Song No. 6” by Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun, which featured on her album A Temporary Dive and again on her Duets album later the same year. In 2006 he performed a duet of “So Long Marianne” with Leonard Cohen in Yorkville, Toronto. In 2014 he wrote and sang a duet together with Dutch singer-songwriter Marike Jager, the song “Don’t you” featured on her album The Silent Song.
On 1 May 2001, Sexsmith performed “Just My Heart Talkin'” on the BBC’s Later… with Jools Holland musical showcase, alongside R.E.M., Orbital, India.Arie, and Clearlake. Holland backed him on piano. It was his second appearance on the show. He began to have some radio success, particularly on Canadian adult-oriented radio.
Sexsmith has two children (Christopher and Evelyne) with his common law partner, Jocelyne. Their fifteen-year relationship ended in 2001.
Between 1997 and 2001, Sexsmith released three more albums, and then Cobblestone Runway in 2002. Retriever, his next album, is a more pop-oriented album and is dedicated to Elliott Smith and Johnny Cash. Sexsmith performed in the Toronto area in support of these albums.
After the album, Grand Opera Lane was rejected by several Canadian labels, the pair released it independently in 1991. Grand Opera Lane was credited to “Ron Sexsmith and the Uncool”; the backing band including Don Kerr and Steve Charles, and also featured Sarah McElcheran (horn arrangements) and Kim Ratcliffe on electric guitar. Attention garnered by the song “Speaking with the Angel”, Sexsmith earned a contract which led to his self-titled album in 1995. The album was praised by Elvis Costello, for whom Sexsmith later opened.
Sexsmith was seventeen when he started playing at a bar, the Lion’s Tavern, in his hometown. He gained a reputation as “The One-Man Jukebox” for his aptitude for playing requests. However, he gradually began to include original songs and more obscure music which his audience did not favour. He decided to start writing songs after the birth of his first child in 1985. That same year, still living in St. Catharines, he collaborated on recording and releasing a cassette, Out of the Duff, with a singer-songwriter friend named Claudio. Side one of the cassette contained five songs written and performed by Sexsmith; side two featured Claudio.
Ronald Eldon “Ron” Sexsmith (born 8 January 1964) is a Canadian singer-songwriter from St. Catharines, Ontario. He was the songwriter of the year at the 2002 Juno Awards. He began releasing recordings of his own material in 1985 at age 21, and has since recorded fifteen albums. He was the subject of a 2010 documentary called Love Shines.