Ronnie Spector is an American singer. Spector was the lead singer of the rock/pop vocal girl group The Ronettes, who had a string of hits during the early to mid-1960s such as “Be My Baby”, “Baby, I Love You” and “The Best Part of Breakin’ Up”. Subsequently, Ronnie Spector launched her solo career and has since released five studio albums (“Siren” (1980), “Unfinished Business” (1987), “Something’s Gonna Happen” (2003), “Last of the Rock Stars” (2006), “English Heart” (2016)) and one extended play (“She Talks to Rainbows” (1999)).
In 1986, Ronnie Spector experienced a career resurgence when she was featured on Eddie Money’s Grammy nominated pop rock song “Take Me Home Tonight” which reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100. She has sung and collaborated with multiple other acts. Ronnie Spector is called the original “bad girl of rock and roll”. In 2007, Ronnie and the Ronettes were inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In 2018, Spector appeared in the music documentary; Amy Winehouse: Back to Black (2018), which is based on the late singer Amy Winehouse and her final studio album “Back to Black” (2006). The album was inspired by 1960s girl groups Winehouse gathered inspiration from listening to, such as The Ronettes.