Ron Hardy (8 May 1958 - 2 March 1992) was a DJ and instrumental figure in the development of house music. An innovator and originator of the genre, he is highly regarded not only for his iconic performances at the Muzic Box, a Chicago house music club, but for his pioneering edits and mixes of disco, soul music, funk and early house music (sometimes known as Chicago Deep House).
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