I've been very fortunate in my career to have had the privilege of working with many of country music's legendary artists. I've created this web site to introduce myself and offer my services and experience as an engineer/producer in order to help you with your projects and goals.
Each individual artist finds their road to success based on their talent, determination and the team they build around themselves. Picking an experienced team gives an aspiring artist a tremendous advantage in a very competitive field.
I enjoy working with artists who I can help to develop their full potential as well as giving them a great finished product that they can be proud of. Depending on your needs, this can include the following:
Contact me and we can discuss your project.
Ron ’Snake’ Reynolds
Plays a medley of hit songs I've had the pleasure of working on.
The Musicians Hall of Fame which has reopened in it's new location is bigger and better than ever. I had a great time at the pre-opening party catching up with a lot of old friends. The love and work Joe Chambers, his wife Linda and all of their associates and staff have put into this beautiful place is amazing! There is no other place I know of that honors those who make the music, that in a lot of cases truly make the stars.
The documentary film by Michael Altman which I produced and engineered the music for in 2012/2013 has won 20 (as of October 2013) National and International film festival awards including in the categories of: Best Documentary Film, Best Music Documentary, Best Sound, and Best Original Music.
1981 episode of South Bank Show follows Elvis Costello to Nashville for the making of his album "Almost Blue."
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum has been without a permanent home the last several years since construction began on the new Music City Center. Fortunately, founders Joe and Linda Chambers have persevered, and now the museum can once again be a major attraction for music fans of all genres.
Snake and Joe Chambers, founder of the Musicians Hall of Fame give an interview and a guided tour of the museum to German music journalist Christian Lamitschka.