Ron Keel Band, fronted by million-selling vocalist Ron Keel, is bringing “The Right To Rock” to Canada. Tour dates have been announced for Toronto, Ottawa and Quebec City August 27-28-29; this marks the band’s first expedition across the border and Ron Keel’s first time on a Canadian stage in 35 years.
“If you had told me back in 1985, when “The Right To Rock” [Keel’s major label debut, produced by Gene Simmons] was released, that my first tours of Canada and Australia would happen in 2020, I would have called you crazy,” Ron said. “But Ron Keel Band is living proof that rock n roll dreams do come true. I know there are many Canadian fans that have been waiting for this as long as I have.”
RKB delivers a show that features music from throughout Ron Keel’s career, including the classic hits “The Right To Rock,” “Tears Of Fire,” “Somebody’s Waiting,” “Because The Night,” and “Rock N Roll Outlaw” – fan favorites “I Said The Wrong Thing To The Right Girl,” “Speed Demon” and more – plus all the new material from Ron Keel Band’s acclaimed debut album “Fight Like A Band,” as well as touching on Ron’s 80’s metal legacy with Steeler and Black Sabbath.
"I want to thank my friend [premier rock journalist] Mitch Lafon for all his help," Ron adds, "and for introducing us to these great venues and concert promoters who have done such a great job putting this tour together."
Each concert will also include a meet & greet at no additional cost. For ticket links, visit the EVENTS page at http://ronkeel.com/