Streets Of Rock N Roll

  Streets Of Rock N Roll features a diverse array of rock music and exclusive interviews with celebrities. Many shows are built around a particular theme, and often host Ron Keel will take the microphone with him on his travels around the world.


  Past guests include Dave Mustaine, Eddie Trunk, Ted Nugent, Joe Elliott, Rickey Medlocke, Pat Travers, Aldo Nova, Lita Ford, Phil Lewis, Geoff Tate, plus many other rock stars, authors and industry insiders.

  From that first Steeler album to the brand-new release 'Fight Like A Band' from the EMP Label Group, Ron Keel’s 35-year career in entertainment has taken him from the concrete jungles of arena rock to the dirt roads of country music. Along the way, he has sold millions of albums and toured the world as both a heavy metal screamer (KEEL, Steeler, and a brief encounter with Black Sabbath) and a southern rock/outlaw country artist (with dozens of songs in major films and TV shows). Ron’s solo album 'Metal Cowboy' combined both genres, establishing a style and a persona which captures the heart and personality of this self-proclaimed rock n’ roll outlaw. 


  Keel’s legendary major label debut album 'The Right To Rock' was produced by KISS’ Gene Simmons – they went on to notch three albums on Billboard’s Hot 100 as well as MTV and radio hits “The Right To Rock,” “Because The Night,” “Tears Of Fire,” “Somebody’s Waiting,” and “Rock N Roll Outlaw.”


  Opening shows for Bon Jovi, Van Halen, Aerosmith, Motley Crue, Dio and many more established a hard work ethic that remains strong today; in recent years Keel has become a staple on the Monsters Of Rock Cruise events, played the M3 Festival twice. 2019 tour dates included the Frontiers Rock Festival in Milan, KEELFEST (featuring Keel, Ron Keel Band, and Steeler), casinos, fairs and festivals stateside, the KISS & Rock N Roll Expo in Helsinki, Finland, plus major bike events like the Sturgis Rally and Hot Harley Nights (with Night Ranger); 2020 appearances include the Monsters Of Rock Cruise and Melodic Rock Fest in Melbourne, Australia.


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