Keel is an American heavy metal band founded in 1984 in Los Angeles, California. They are known for their rock anthem "The Right to Rock." The band was active until 1989, with a brief reunion in 1998. Keel reunited again in 2008 and toured in 2009 for their 25th anniversary.
Keel was formed by former Steeler vocalist Ron Keel. The original members were Ron Keel on vocals, David Michael Phillips on guitar, Marc Ferrari on lead & rhythm guitars, Bobby Marks on drums and Kenny Chaisson on bass guitar. Within months, Phillips left to join King Kobra and was replaced by Brian Jay. This was the lineup for their 1984 debut album Lay Down the Law. After the album's release, Marks left and was replaced by Steven Riley, who subsequently left early in the recording of the band's second album to join W.A.S.P., and was in turn replaced by Dwain Miller, forming a lineup which would remain stable for almost 4 years. TheirЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Lay Down the Law [08.04.1984, альбом]
- The Right to Rock [26.03.1985, альбом]
- The Final Frontier [05.04.1986, альбом]
- Keel [21.06.1987, альбом]
- Keel VI: Back in Action [07.04.1998, альбом]
- Streets of Rock & Roll [2010, альбом]
- Larger Than Live
|Rock And Roll Animal||
|Tears Of Fire||
|The Right To Rock||