Toggle Navigation
Ronnie Heart

Ronnie Heart

Saturday, Apr. 29
Funk, Electronic, R&B

Ronnie Heart is the moniker of stylish Latin-American r&b/funk singer-songwriter and guitarist Ronnie Gierhart. Heart’s love affair with music and dance started early on through his El Salvadorian/Colombian parents and breakdancing at youth centers and dance companies in his south Houston neighborhood. Upon moving to North Texas in 2002, Heart played guitar for a number of North Texas bands, most notably Neon Indian and Vega. Heart left Neon Indian in 2011 to pursue a solo career. Inspired by artists such as MJ, Prince, and Stevie Wonder, Heart makes music that brings an emphatically positive dance party. Ronnie Heart released his debut EP “you(r) mine” in April 2016 on New Media Recordings to critical acclaim. Fort Worth Weekly's Album of the Year, it incorporates r&b, funk, and electronic styles. His positive and high energy shows are always a joyous vibrant experience.

“a sinuous slice of future funk” - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

“Heart’s sound is thick with grooves...with nostalgic flashes of synth-funk...struts like a street-ready Rick James.” - Flood Magazine

Brought to You by

  • Fortress Presents
  • The Modern Museum of Art in Fort Worth

With Generous Support from

  • KXT 91.7

©2017 Fortress Presents • Website by City On Fire