Ron cast in Feature Film :: The Express

Ron Hawking :: Feature Film :: The Express

In the fall of 2008 Ron was cast in the Universal Pictures feature film “The Express.”

It’s the story of the first black NFL player to win the Heisman Trophy Award. Hawking portrays the part of the Syracuse University play-by-play booth announcer. “The Express” stars actor Dennis Quaid.

Ron Hawking “The Lively Art Of Impressionism”

is now available for digital download!


A compilation of over 50 of Ron’s vocal & singing impressions of some of America’s more interesting characters!

Including Johnny Carson, Rodney Dangerfield, Richard Simmons, Jack Nicholson, Bill Clinton, Ross Perot, Lou Rawls, Neil Diamond, Louis Armstrong, Billy Joel, Tom Jones, Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole, Kenny Rogers, Jimmy Durante, Elvis Presley, Tony Bennett, Elton John, Sammy Davis Jr., and many more.


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Christmas CD


The new Ron Hawking Christmas CD is now available online:$15.95Direct from the heart and soul of Chicago’s Showman Ron Hawking … here’s Christmas like you’ve never heard before!Ron Hawking Christmas features two of his original songs…”Rock-N-Santa Claus” and “Everyone’s a Kid at Christmas” and includes all of your Holiday favorites performed in Ron’s very own special way.

Ron’s sensitive and versatile voice, along with wonderful arrangements and beautiful accompaniment, make this the one Christmas CD you’ll turn to again and again. Ron Hawking Christmas makes a great gift or stocking stufer for family and friends, or to treat clients and business associates.

Ron Hawking Christmas CD Track Samples:

01 Most Wonderful Time of the Year

02 Baby It’s Cold Outside

03 I’ll Be Home for Christmas

06 Winter Wonderland

His Way

Ron Hawking :: Sinatra Tribute :: His Way
The “His Way” CD is now available online:$15.95 [BUY NOW] Come Fly With Me

Come Rain or Come Shine

I Get a Kick Out of You


Sinatra’s movie Medley

One For My Baby

Summer Wind

Lady is a Tramp

Autumn in New York

World on a String

I’ve Got You Under My Skin

They Can’t take That Away From Me

The Song is You

You Make Me Feel So Young

Strangers in the Night

Too Marvelous for Words

My Way

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