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    Monsters Of Rock Cruise - Miami, Florida
     
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METAL COWBOY Video

 

JANUARY COVER STORY IN "SIN CITY PRESENTS" - CLICK ON THE COVER TO SEE AND READ THE ENTIRE FEATURE:

 

Ron Keel has made a long term commitment to the Badlands Pawn Entertainment Complex in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He will be fronting and leading the Badlands House Band, spearheading the project, and hosting a live radio show on the Badlands Radio Network. The $15 million 40,000 square foot facility will celebrate the grand opening November 26th 2015. To read the entire official media release, CLICK HERE.

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"EVEN KEEL: Life On The Streets Of Rock & Roll" - The Official Autobiography - in eBook format:

        

     

"METAL COWBOY:" Ron Keel's first full rock solo album is METAL with a COWBOY attitude - featuring members of Tesla, Y&T, Rascal Flatts, KEEL, Faster Pussycat and more, this music is heavy enough to satisfy Keel fans while appealing to the metal cowboy in everyone. 10 new songs + a new version of the KEEL classic "Evil Wicked Mean & Nasty" + 3 bonus tracks Signed by Ron Keel packaged in a full color 6-panel Eco-wallet with full credits

"EVEN KEEL: Life On The Streets Of Rock & Roll:" The Official Autobiography - from the Sunset Strip to the cowboy bars, the story of Ron Keel.


“In perhaps the most cohesive, polished collection of songs he’s created, Keel sings about the experiences he’s had and the new thrills he still plans to feel. We hear what it’s like to be a singer on the streets of rock and roll, where the residents include thieves, hookers, truck drivers, waitresses, wanderers, and musicians who spend much of their time on the road. The characters come to life in songs like "The Last Ride," "When Love Goes Down" and - in a duet with singer Paul Shortino – "Singers, Hookers & Thieves." Then there’s The Cowboy Road, with a double time ending that pays homage to southern rock classics like Free Bird or Green Grass and High Tides.”

Screamer Magazine