Ron Dante is an American singer, songwriter, session vocalist and record producer. Dante is best known as the lead singer of the fictional cartoon band The Archies; he was also the voice of The Cuff Links and co-produced Barry Manilow’s first nine albums. Ron Dante may not be a household name, but his voice featured on a couple of the biggest pop hits of the late ’60s (the Archies’ “Sugar, Sugar” and the Cuff Links’ “Tracy”), he worked as musical director for Barry Manilow in the ’70s, and he sang on some of the most ubiquitous commercials of the era, including the iconic “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing” for Coke. Now you can see him live with Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods at The Coach House Concert Hall.
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