'Livin' In A World' is the first major release by Ron Chelsvig. His music is a blend of catchy, heart-felt poetic melodies, rich, tender vocals and harmonies in an 'Acoustic Rock' format in the vein of George Harrison, Badfinger, Gene Clark/Byrds, and The Moody Blues. The project started when he was asked by Tom Rapp to record his song, 'Rocket Man' for a Pearls Before Swine tribute album. When WXPN in Philadelphia started to play Ron's version on the radio, he went into the studio to work on the other 9 original songs that make up the album. With the help of Bruce Rogers for recording, co-production and percussion, Caryn Lin on electronic violin, Alfred Goodrich on cello, Ron on guitars and trumpets, and a variety of local friends on guitars, bass and harmonica, 'Livin' In A World' became a reality.