Thursday, September 18, 2014


S/T by Red Zone Rider
(Magna Carta Records)

Red Zone Rider have put out a powerhouse of a debut. The band is made up of the stellar talents of, Kelly Keeling (vocals, bass, keyboards), Vinnie Moore (guitar) and Scot Coogan (drums). From the moment, "He'll No" opens the album the trio have your undivided attention.  Your listening experience just gets better from there with, "By The Rainbow's End", "House Of Light" , the laid back bluesy, "Cloud Of Dreams" with Kelly Keeling belting out passion filled vocals. On, "Never Trust A Woman" and "The Hand That Feeds You",  the band's tight chemistry is highlighted to perfection. This is the type of recording that instantly grabs you and holds on the the end of the album. From start to finish this album is great! There is not one weak track on the whole album. The bottom line: Solid songwriting, excellent instrumentation and vocals powered by inventive and locked-in drumming will put Red Zone Rider on  the radar of lovers of hard rock, classic rock and blues rock. Red Zone Rider will take listeners on a musical journey spanning, at least, four decades. If you are a fan of that "Classic" hard rock vibe, Red Zone Rider's debut needs to be added to your music collection.What a great testament this album is to the power and agelessness of rock and roll. Ride on, Red Zone Rider! - Highly Recommended
Tony @ The Dedicated Rocker Society/All Access Magazine

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