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Ron Keel – “ I Feel Guilty, 2020 Being The Best Of My Career Life, So Far”

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Ron Keel recently did a feature interview with ‘Metal’ Tim Henderson of Bravewords.com.

Just a few weeks ago, the Ron Keel Band graced the stage for a unique online-only concert experience brought to the world by BraveWords’ new Streaming For Vengeance platform, bringing the greatest live events safely……

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‘Die Young’ Featuring Ron Keel On Vocals

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Legendary vocalist Ron Keel has to be one of the busiest men in the music business! With his new RON KEEL BAND release South X South Dakota, and the latest Steeler release Come Hell or Hollywood, Ron has yet another project just out, Emerald Sabbath. Below is the video for the song ‘Die……

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Ron Keel & The Rock N Roll Experience

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The infamous rock n’ roll outlaw Mr. Ron Keel joins the Rock N Roll Experience With Mike Brunn to talk about the RON KEEL BAND album ‘South X South Dakota’, Gene Simmons of KISS, touring and so much more. The SXSD album project has evolved into a full-on concert experience as the RON KEEL……

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Rock Talk Presents… Ron Keel

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Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon and co-host Alan Niven interviews front-man Ron Keel of the RON KEEL BAND. In this episode, Ron Keel discusses his band’s latest album SOUTH X SOUTH DAKOTA, southern rock bands, explains the decision to release the album during a pandemic rather than holding off, his thoughts on album……

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The Rockpit Interview With Ron Keel

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Back in February Ron Keel was on tour in Australia. Mark Diggins of the Australian webzine ‘The Rockpit’ caught up with the Metal Cowboy to talk about the tour, the history and the RON KEEL BAND. …

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Ron Keel Band: New Album Details Revealed

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RON KEEL BAND led by the legendary front-man Ron Keel (Steeler, Keel) has a new album coming out titled ‘South X South Dakota’ on April 24th via HighVolMusic. The new album is a collection of 11 tracks of some the best southern rock music ever recorded….

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