Ronnie Dyson

Ronnie Dyson (1950–1990) was an American soul singer and actor who released five albums between 1970 and 1979 on Columbia and two further albums in 1982–83 on Cotillion. He scored three Billboard R&B Top 10 hits: “I Don’t Wanna Cry,” “(If You Let Me Make Love to You Then) Why Can’t I Touch You?” (both 1970) and “The More You Do It (The More I Like It Done to Me)” (1973).

Ronnie Dyson was born on June 5, 1950, in Washington, DC.


  • If You Let Me Make Love to You Then Why Can’t I Touch You? (1970)
  • One Man Band (1973)
  • The More You Do It (1976)
  • Love in All Flavors (1977)
  • If the Shoe Fits (1979)
  • Phase 2 (1982)
  • Brand New Day (1983)


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