Ronny Munroe, One Machine



Ronny Munroe (born November 22, 1965) is an American heavy metal singer, most noted as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Metal Church from 2003 until the band broke up in 2009. His second tenure with the band lasted from 2012 when the group reunited until 2014, where he left to “pursue other interests”. He also had a brief stint as the vocalist for Lillian Axe. He was also the lead singer of progressive rock band Presto Ballet. In October 2011 Munroe joined the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, as a vocalist.

He now joins One Machine as their lead vocalist, stating “I am pleased to announce that I have joined Steve Smyth and One Machine as their new lead singer,” Munroe says. “Steve and the guys are all very accomplished players and good human beings, and I am proud to be part of the next chapter in the One Machine family.”