Ronnda Cadle began playing guitar in her hometown of Baltimore in 1985. She moved to Columbus, Ohio in 1992 and formed her first acoustic duo with friend and singer Jennifer Feldon. Her next project was with Betsy Brushart before Betsy moved on to Nashville. Ronnda headed to Atlanta to continue her musical endeavors and co-founded a six-piece folk rock band called Fat Chance. They performed at venues throughout the Southeast, recording their first CD with two-time Grammy Award winning producer Don McCollister (Indigo Girls, Sister Hazel, Shawn Mullins, Third Day). When Fat Chance disbanded in 2002, Ronnda joined 2003 American Music Award winner 'Best Unsigned Artist', Moe Loughran, as her guitarist. Together they toured London and performed at many well-known venues within the United States. In 2006, Ronnda embarked upon a new vision when she released her first solo instrumental collection called 'The River Runs', again working with producer Don McCollister. In Ronnda's words, 'I choose to work with Don because I feel he is the only one who can capture the emotion of an acoustic piece. He brings the listener to a deep understanding of what I am saying through my music.' Selections from her album were chosen and can be heard on the air as part of the "Echoes" program on Public Radio International. Ronnda is preparing to go back into the studio with Don McCollister - this time with a trio of supporting musicians collectively known as "The String Poets". This group consists of Carol Statella on viola, Sherry Iles on bass guitar and Jordan Marshall on percussion. The as-yet untitled release will be the first to demonstrate Ronnda's folk-classical crossover as she incorporates an orchestral sound into her instrumental compositions. Ronnda credits her musical influences (including Nancy Wilson, Caroline Aiken and Emily Saliers) for shaping her as both a guitar player and as a person. 'I wouldn't be the player I am today if it were not for these strong and amazing women. I hope to bring my own voice to the generations of women who follow.'