1985 KEEL exploded onto the hard rock scene with “The Right To Rock,” the fastest-
The band announced their reunion last November, and enjoyed appearances at major summer festivals such as Rocklahoma, South Texas Rock Festival, the Mid West Rock Fest, and the M3 Rock Festival in Maryland, in addition to sold-out headline shows in Hollywood and Phoenix. The energy and excitement of these tour dates spawned a surge of creative activity, resulting in an album's worth of new material. This album, entitled "Streets Of Rock & Roll," will be the first new KEEL recording in twenty years.
KEEL promises this new release will continue in the tradition of their previous efforts - fist-pumping crowd-pleasing hard rock anthems fueled by screaming vocals and driven by powerful guitars. The project is being produced by Pat Regan (Deep Purple, KISS, Warrant etc.) and will feature guest appearances by Jaime St. James (Black N Blue) and Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt, Quiet Riot) who is also producing and recording Ron's lead vocal sessions.
Frontiers Records will also release "The Right To Rock: 25th Anniversary Edition," exactly 25 years after this classic album first hit the streets. This official reissue will be digitally remastered and will feature a brand new recorded version of the title track, which is even louder and heavier than the original. "The Right To Rock (Reunion Version)" features an all-star vocal chorus, and the band is also inviting fans everywhere to sing on the track: you can download a sample chorus on KEEL's MySpace, add your voice to the mix, send the band an MP3, and these will be mixed in to the actual recording of this timeless classic. For details, visit the KEEL web site www.
Song titles that will be included on the forthcoming new studio release are (in no particular order): Hit The Ground Running; Come Hell Or High Water; Streets Of Rock & Roll; Push & Pull; Live; Brothers In Blood; The Devil May Care; Looking For A Good Time; No More Lonely Nights; Hold Steady; Does Anybody Believe; Gimme That; Reason To Rock (Reunion Version).
KEEL 2009 lineup includes Ron Keel on vocals, guitarists Marc Ferrari & Bryan Jay, drummer Dwain Miller along with long time Ron Keel collaborator Geno Arce on bass.