Ron Strykert


Ron Strykert (born 18 August 1957) is an Australian guitarist, known for playing lead guitar for the reggae inspired 1980s band, Men at Work. Strykert co-founded Men at Work with Colin Hay as an acoustic duo in 1979, regularly performing at the Cricketer's Arms Hotel in Richmond, Victoria. He wrote and co-wrote many of their songs, including co-writing their well known chart topping song, "Down Under" and singing lead vocals on "Settle Down My Boy", one of his own songs from the Men at Work album, Cargo. Strykert contributed to all three Men at Work studio albums.

  • Real name
  • Ron Strykert
  • Name variations
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  • Men At Work
  • Primary profession
  • Guitarist·Songwriter
  • Country
  • Australia
  • Nationality
  • Australian
  • Gender
  • Male
  • Birth date
  • 17 August 1957
  • Place of birth
  • Korumburra