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KEEL – the band that gave you “The Right To Rock” – unleashed their brand new album “Streets Of Rock & Roll” on Frontiers Records in 2010.

This recording contains twelve new anthems in the tradition of KEEL’s classic “The Final Frontier,” “KEEL,” and “Lay Down The Law” albums – commercial hard rock featuring the twin-guitar attack of Marc Ferrari and Bryan Jay, drummer Dwain Miller’s rock solid groove, Ron Keel’s powerful vocals, and a collection of songs which the band - and their fans and critics - feel is their best ever.

KEEL first exploded onto the scene when “The Right To Rock,” their major label debut produced by Gene Simmons, became the fastest-selling debut album in A&M Records’ history. Frontiers Records will commemorate the 25th anniversary of this historic release with “The Right To Rock: 25th Anniversary Edition” simultaneously with “Streets Of Rock & Roll” – this digitally remastered deluxe package will feature a new version of the classic title track and other bonus material. For this recording, KEEL invited their fans to participate via the internet – KEELaholics could download a guide track, sing along with the chorus, and send in an MP3 to be blended with the all-star chorus of the song which also features Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt, Quiet Riot), Lez Warner (The Cult), Ron Mancuso (Beggars & Thieves) and other members of the Las Vegas rock scene (even Graham Russell from Air Supply joined in)!

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