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Ron Hawkins was born on 1965 in Toronto, Canada, is a Canadian musician. Discover Ron Hawkins’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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A new Lowest of the Low album, Do the Right Now was released in September 2017, also on Pheromone Recordings. The latest Lowest of the Low album is 2019’s “Agitpop”.


Hawkins’s sixth solo album, Spit Sputter and Sparkle was released in 2016 on Pheromone Recordings.


The song “Peace and Quiet” from Garden Songs was played prior to every home game at Air Canada Centre for the Toronto Maple Leafs for the 2015–16 and 2016-17 seasons.


In 2000, The Lowest of the Low reunited. They performed a reunion tour, which resulted in the live album Nothing Short of a Bullet. They later recorded another album, Sordid Fiction, before splitting up again in 2007. The Lowest of the Low continue to play sporadic shows to this day, including a tour celebrating the 20th Anniversary of their most famous album Shakespeare My Butt which culminated at Massey Hall on May 7, 2011.

In 2011 he formed a new band, the Do Good Assassins. They released a double CD, Rome, in 2012 and Garden Songs in 2015.


Exclaim! magazine, writing about the album 10 Kinds of Lonely (2009), notes that “the spontaneous results confirm his status as one of our best wordsmiths”. Bob Wiseman joined him on keyboards to perform the record live.


After The Lowest of the Low broke up, he formed The Leisure Demons with former Squirrel drummer Stephen Keeping. The Leisure Demons recorded a four-song demo containing songs that were later recorded by his next band, The Rusty Nails. In 1995, Hawkins released his first solo album, The Secret of My Excess. The musicians on this release—Lawrence Nichols (vocals), Christopher Plock (saxophones), Michael Kaler (aka Blitz) (bass)—soon became known as The Rusty Nails, and were joined by Rob Fenton (saxophone, violin), and Mark Hansen (drums). Mark Hansen was a member of the Toronto band Dig Circus, which was mentioned in a Lowest of the Low song. The Rusty Nails spent much of 1996 and 1997 touring in support of The Secret of My Excess. In September 1998 their first album Greasing the Star Machine was released independently, and was followed by Crackstatic in 2000.


The Lowest of the Low sold over 100,000 copies of their two independent releases, Shakespeare My Butt and Hallucigenia. Shakespeare My Butt was voted by Canadians as one of the Top 10 Canadian Albums of all time by Chart magazine. The band broke up in 1994.


Ronald James “Ron” Hawkins (born 1964) is a musician from Toronto who is best known as a member of the band The Lowest of the Low. He has also released music as a solo artist, and fronted the bands Ron Hawkins and the Rusty Nails and Ron Hawkins and the Do-Good Assassins. He has produced albums for multiple independent bands and artists and is also an accomplished painter.