- 1. No-one Said This Would Be Easy (inst Acoustic Melancholy) 2.58 90 plays
- 2. Getting Cold After Dark 2.44 61 plays
- 3. It Starts With A Small Step (inst Melancholy) 3.28 44 plays
- 4. As A River Slowly Flows (inst) 3.14 33 plays
- 5. Take A Deep Breath (inst) 01 2.46 39 plays
- 6. The Road That Leads To You (instrumental) 2.15 49 plays
- 7. Along the Tracks 2.00 28 plays
- 8. Better Off (instrumental) 2.07 220 plays
- 9. Photosynthesis (instrumental) 2.15 62 plays
- 10. Walking Away (instrumental) 2.07 53 plays
- 11. Flows Like A River 1.56 45 plays
- 12. It's Always Darkest Before It Gets Darker (inst Acoustic Tension) 2.21 41 plays
- 13. Fly Like A Butterfly (inst acoustic uplifting) 2.27 50 plays
Ron Kujawa grew up on melodic heavy rock sounds of the 80's and 90's in the suburbs of Milwaukee, often performing the city's local rock clubs in cover and original bands. Eventually, the appeal of sunshine and opportunity that don't exist in Wisconsin like they do out west drew Ron to Los Angeles, where he worked professionally in media and music production. "I learned a lot about the importance of creating brain-sticking melodies. What's the point of making music if no-one remembers it?"
After losing his wife, the mother of their two daughters, to lung cancer (she was a non-smoker) in 2009, Ron's approach to performing music and songwriting was intensely impacted. "She was the strongest person I have ever known. Being with her to the end and becoming a widowed, single-father changed everything. After going through that kind of crucible, stage nerves and worrying what others might think about my art suddenly weren't such a big deal. There is a freedom that's hard to explain when what you fear the most has already happened."
In more recent years, Ron uncovered his faith in God and not only regularly leads worship at a Crosspoint Community Church in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, but pens music that is at home in both the sanctuary and on radio. Ron's songs typically feature rock guitar driven rhythms with hooky melodies and authentic, seasoned vocals. His lyrics often explore faith in God, hope in something better and a love that makes life worth living.