Ronnie Dyson

Ronnie Dyson, born on June 5, 1950, was an American singer and actor who gained recognition for his role in the original Broadway production of "Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical." He was a soloist during the song Aquarius in the show.

His significant vocal role in the production, often highlighted during the performance of the iconic song "Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In." gave a powerful and soulful vocals that brought a captivating energy to this solo section of the musical, leaving a lasting impression on audiences.

Ronnie Dyson's contributions as the "Aquarius" Soloist added to the dynamic and impactful moments in "Hair." While he is primarily known for his musical career, his role in the original Broadway production of "Hair" further demonstrated his talents as a versatile performer.

Beyond "Hair," Ronnie Dyson had a successful career in the music industry. He achieved chart success with his debut single, "Why Can't I Touch You?," which reached the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1970. Dyson's soulful voice and ability to convey emotion through his singing made him a respected figure in the R&B and soul music genres.

Tragically, Ronnie Dyson passed away on November 10, 1990, at the age of 40. However, his contributions to "Hair" and his successful music career left a lasting impact.