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About Ronnie McNeir
Ronnie McNeir (Lewis Ronald McNeir, Camden, Alabama, December 14, 1951) is an American soul singer and songwriter. As a solo artist, he recorded for the De-to, RCA, Prodigal, Motown, Capitol, Expansion and Motor City labels, recording his first song when he was seventeen. His friendship with Kim Weston, for whom he was musical director, led to his recording for RCA, then for moonlighting Motown Vice-President Barney Ales, the owner of the Prodigal label. When Ales went back to Motown, McNair became a Motown artist, recording the 1976 album "Love's Comin' Down"