Ruth Caney has been singing since she was in her early teens. She started performing in clubs and at events when she was in her 20’s. Her music has a contemporary country style.
Ruth has a love of the music of the 60’s and 70’s including songs from Janis Joplin, Bonnie Raitt, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, Ray Charles, Barbra Streisand, James Taylor, Fleetwood Mac, Melanie, and many other wonderful artists. Their music has had a strong influence on her singing career.
Ruth Caney started listening to Christian music and was so inspired by her love of its message as well as the encouragement it provided to others worldwide, Ruth started composing her own Contemporary Christian music.
Ruth’s Christian songs have been on the Brightside CD; Brightside is an organization that cares for abused children.
She now offers her songs for people to enjoy in the hope that the songs will lift the spirit as well as provide hope and comfort.
For booking and a complete list of song selections, including songs of the 60’s, 70’s, and songs of today, please contact Ruth Caney at email@example.com.
Samples of Ruth’s music:
If you weren’t there on March 14th, 2009…… you truly missed something very special. The huge crowd of almost 600 really rocked the Castle of Knights on Saturday night! Opening with Ruth Caney, she lead the way with a rousing version of “Why Do Fools Fall In Love” (backed by the Society All-Star Band). Then In Time took the stage and they are sounding better than ever and for the people that saw them for the first time, they were treated to something special. They recieved a standing ovavtion from the large crowd after a fine, exciting set. Following In Time was a special a cappella group from long Island called The 3rd Editon. What can you say about ththis quintet….well, they were superb! Doing a 50 minute set of standard oldies, they really held the audience in the palm of their hand and they received a standing ovavtion After the break, Joel Katz and his all-star band, the Dynamics, took the stage and the crowd was mesmerized by this guys voice. Clicking on all cylinders, they sailed through “Whay A Surprise,” “Please Don’t Cheat On Me,” “Tonight” and many more in their crowd-pleasing 50 minute set.
Of course, they came back for an encore and the crowd gave them a standing ovation too, showing ALL performers how much they appreciated the concert! The finale was something different and something the crowd loved. As Ron Rugerio of the 3rd Edition started singing “Goodnight,” he lead In Time & Joel Katz & the Dynamics into the audience, shaking hands and thanking the crowd for their support, while the rest of his group did the background on stage. It was something very special and I hope you were a witness to all of it.