Ronnie Ronalde (born Ronald Charles Waldron, 1923, London) is a British music hall singer and siffleur. Ronalde is famous for his voice, whistling, yodelling, imitations of bird song and stage personality.
Such was his success in the United States in the 1950s that he was seen as serious competition to Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby, and also other greats like Richard Tauber and Josef Locke. His crystal clear yodelling gained him acceptance with connoisseurs of Alpine and Western music around the world.
Given his nearly seventy years of performing, Ronalde's is a success story in British showbusiness.