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American old hard rocker
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Guitarist/Artist Steve Purcell’s newest single ‘Outlaw’ is a cover of Riots 1980’s classic, featuring very special guests & rock legends.
Powerhouse vocalists Ron Keel (Steeler, KEEL, Black Sabbath) & powerhouse Riot bassist Donnie Van Stavern.
Steve says:
‘We wanted to recreate that same throttle with some modern horsepower. We wanted to capture the original flavor bring it up to date & put a little more stink on it. And with the production touch of Brandon Ahlheit (who also played Drums) and Lynn Cooper we are certain we’ve hit the target & put it over the top bringing this high energy retro style music to a modern audience.”
‘Outlaw’ will be included on Steve’s forthcoming EP ‘Take Cover’ to be released later this year.
‘Outlaw’ is available now on all download and streaming platforms.
Steve Purcell backgrounds his history:
“I’ve played with, or shared the stage with, many national acts, such as Foghat, Montgomery Gentry, Night Ranger, Carrie Underwood, Josh Turner, Skid Row, Asia, Little Big Town, Pat Travers, Trace Atkins, Mark Wills, David Lee Murphy, David Allan Coe, Craig Morgan, Big & Rich, Hank Williams Jr., Chad Brock, The Outlaws, Trini Triggs, Celinda Pink, Jeff Bates, Sawyer Brown, & many more. I hail from a long musical family line, including my late first cousin Denny Purcell, owner and mastering engineer of Georgetown Masters Studios, Nash.TN. (his clients included Garth Brooks, Kansas, Willie Nelson, Neil Young); & my Cousin Tommy Roberts who played Bass Guitar for Johnny & the Hurricanes, who had the Hit ‘Red River Rock’, my two uncles (James & Billy Walker Purcell) who played Bass & Guitar for String Bean, Homer & Jethro; also my grandfather William Cecil Purcell, who played banjo with Red Foley. And not to forget Henry Purcell, the famous 17th century composer who composed many songs for the court of Queen Mary.”

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