Ron Feuer's career spans 40 years and ranges from pianist, keyboardist, B3 organist, composer, arranger and producer. He spent many years in Las Vegas where he became "first call" keyboardist for many house bands and acts. In was in Vegas where Harry first met Ron and where they played together for a number of well-known entertainers. Ron is one of the most accomplished keyboardists alive today and one of the finest jazz players in the world. He currently resides in Los Angeles where he performs regularly with some of the most talented musicians in the world. His credits include live performances and recordings with hundreds of performing legends such as Diana Ross, Paul Anka, Elvis Presley, Gladys Knight, Ann Margaret and with jazz greats such as James Moody, Frank Rosolino, Randy Brecker, Miroslav Vitous and of course Ernie Watts and Abraham Laboriel. It was during his late teens and early twenties that Mr. Blazer met and began playing with Abraham Laboriel, Ron Feuer and Ernie Watts, forming a unique friendship with all three musicians that continues to today.