THE RENO FAMILY
“I Love My Savior Too”
RECORD LABEL:Man-Do-Lin Productions
“I Love My Savior Too” is a classic southern gospel song and was originally recorded by the Chuck Wagon Gang in 1949. It was written by JR Baxter and James B Coats for the Stamps-Baxter Music Company. The Reno name has been recognized, respected, and appreciated for all their contributions over many decades in Bluegrass and Country music. Father, Don Reno and sons Ronnie, Dale and Don Wayne have carved out a very special place, especially in the Bluegrass genre, that has garnered multiple hit records, awards, special achievements, and most of all the hearts and admiration of music lovers all over the world.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- Ronnie Reno is known as “Bluegrass Music’s Youngest Old Timer” and is the son of banjo pioneer Don Reno.
- Played bass for The Osborne Brothers and lent his voice to their trademark trio harmony before becoming a front man for Merle Haggard’s Strangers.
- As a songwriter, Reno would pen several cuts for Haggard, as well as the pivotal signature song, “Boogie Grass Band” for Conway Twitty.
- Produced and hosted the first and only national television show featuring Bluegrass music, “Reno’s Old Time Music,” aired weekly for nearly 25 years on the RFD-TV Network.
- Earned SPBGMA’s highest honor in 2016 being inducted into the Preservation Hall of Greats, alongside such legends as Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley and his father.