SIN CITY SINNERS — the band featuring Brent Muscat (ex-FASTER PUSSYCAT), Todd Kerns (AGE OF ELECTRIC), D. (MARKY RAMONE BAND, METAL SHOP) and Troy Powell (MICHAEL BRUCE GROUP) — will be joined by legendary hard rock frontman Ron Keel during its performance next Tuesday (December 4) at The Dive Bar in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Keel was frontman for hard rock/heavy metal bands KEEL and STEELER (with guitar legend Yngwie Malmsteen), He also spent a brief moment in time with BLACK SABBATH.
Ron Keel has sold millions of albums, toured the world as a headliner and opening act for icons such as AEROSMITH, MÖTLEY CRÜE, BON JOVI, VAN HALEN, and many more. Ron also notched several hits on radio and MTV, including the classics "The Right To Rock", "Because The Night", "Tears Of Fire" and "Somebody's Waiting".
Ron will perform a few of his KEEL hits with THE SINNERS in addition to some classic hard rock covers.
Opening band goes on at 10:00 p.m., SINNERS at 11:00 p.m.
The Dive Bar is located at 3035 E. Tropicana Blvd.
SIN CITY SINNERS performing "Little Dove" at a Paradise Visuals party:
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