Ron Saltmarsh

Ron SaltmarshRon Saltmarsh is a Utah-based guitarist, composer, producer & arranger  who has covered nearly every conceivable musical base. You’ve heard his work on promo spots for CMT, A&E, ESPN, Disney, NBC, ABC and Fox Television, as well as dozens of major television and radio stations.

Most recently he scored the music for the cyber-punk thriller film “SIGMA” and has been the lead composer scoring music for the prime-time series A&E ‘s “Biography” and Specials for the History Channel. “Entertainment Tonight,” “The Rosie O’Donnell Show,” “Good Morning America” and “T.G.I.F” anchor a long list of high-profile credits that also includes corporate clients like PepsiCo, AVON, Big O Tires, Herba Life, Melaleuca, Nu-Skin, The Salvation Army and Help-U-Sell Realty.

Ron’s been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards and won prestigious Addy , Telly and Clio awards. His arranging and keyboard talents can also be heard on the Grammy nominated album “One More Day” by Diamond Rio. He’s long on live experience, too, having led his own jazz group and worked as a sideman in country, pop, jazz, and show bands.

Ron’s skills as a composer earned him a scholarship to BYU, where he studied and worked with Emmy-winning composer/pianist Sam Cardon. They eventually became partners in The Jazz Ranch, a state-of-the-art studio that was originally part of the Osmond Family complex. Ron also co-owned and operated other studios, and with a growing reputation as one of Utah’s top producers and session guitarists, he still found time to earn an MBA from Brigham Young. He now teaches Commercial Music there.

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