Steeler was an early 1980s American heavy metal band originally formed in Nashville, TN by Ron Keel in 1981. Original band members included: Ron Keel on vocals and guitar, Michael Dunigan on lead guitar, Bobby Eva on drums and Tim Morrison on bass. In 1982, they released the single "Cold Day in Hell".
Eva left the band after a short while and was replaced by drummer Mark Edwards. This line-up did not last long and released no albums or singles. The band was now based in east Los Angeles, CA, living and rehearsing in a large warehouse.
In February, 1983, 19-year-old Swedish guitar virtuoso Yngwie Malmsteen completed the new line-up, after Dunigan and Morrison left the band. Rik Fox was now on bass and this classic line-up released the band's first and only album, Steeler. It saw moderate commercial success and is now a sought after album for many fans of Malmsteen and Keel. Malmsteen left soon after the record's completion and joined Graham Bonnett to formЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Demo 1982 [1982, альбом]
- Steeler [1983, альбом]
- Undercover Animal [1988, альбом]
- 1983-04-23: The Roxy, West Hollywood, CA, USA
- 1983-04-28: Country Club, Reseda, CA, USA
- 1983-05-05: Excited '83, Perkins Palace, Pasadena, CA, USA