There's a new look to the website, including a lyrics page, free mp3 downloads, new gallery pics, some cool links and a brand new cd "COWBOYS and Outlaws". The proverbial shit has hit the fan and it's the usual suspects : rick hard, le' dawg, chemical kelly, jazz, lola, fierce nozzle, factor, dunes, matte', ray din, brezze, adam sin, lin gold, the dudes at the ranch, give steele the energy to create songs that make us all take a good look around so have a look around.

COWBOYS AND OUTLAWS

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Trading in his Les Paul and Marshall for dobro, lap steel, banjo and acoustic guitar Steele reflects on life, love and the wild, wild, west. Even with the mostly unplugged instruments, this album still retains Steele’s rock edge and contains songs with memorable melodies and lyrics that you’ll want to hear again and again.

Songs : Sleeping in your Shirt, Fifty Years, Baby's Eyes, Back to Yesterday, Cowboys and Outlaws, Long Long Way, Growing up has let you Down, VV I LIved I Love you in Love with Me, Balance, Testify, Gotta get a Gun.

 

2003, CD review: Rich Steele: "Peaceland" - The Man of Steele is back and this time he has taken no prisoners with this dynamic 12 song CD. While impressed with his previous two releases, this new offering has taken his music to a higher plateau with exceptional tunes such as "Going to War", as anti-war song filled with booming guitar riffs and pinpoint lyrics. While "Drama Ma Ma" deals with thoses prima donnas in every guy's life, "Bad to Me" describes how some ladies have a twisted control on all of us good guys. I was touched by "Father and Son", a deeply personal and emotional tribute of the love between a parent and his child. All in all, the entire CD from starta to finish is an excellent listen and definately one that will stay in my CD changer for months to come. Rap Sucks !!! Gus Amador - April 2003 More Sugar CD review.

 

Here's what 'More Sugar' said (review for Be Careful For What Ya Wish For 12/02), "Steele....has redirected his energy to a straight forward guitar dominated 10 song disc. A refreshing twist and a nice way of keeping his fans on their toes."

Listen to the latest sounds from Rich Steele.

 

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Thanks for stopping by and remember, it's all about the music.

 

DO EVERYTHING YOU CAN TO HOLD ON TO YOUR PEACE "Peaceland" The new release from

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Photo's by Chris Marksbury, Paul Undersinger, Shakey, Dennis DiBrizzi, Le Dog, Tome' & Rich Steele.

 

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This 12 song disc features: No Peace, Going to War, Spirit, Drama Ma Ma, Bad to me, Eye to eye, Life’s Alright, Father & Son, Way Up High, Button Up,
This Old Soul, and Peaceland. Steele rocks harder than ever on this album with the trademark searing guitar work and multilayered background vocals so popular on his earlier albums. Fans of 70’s guitar rock will hear echoes of all the great guitar heroes of that era as memorable riffs and sizzling solos create a compelling sonic backdrop for Steele’s message of clear eyed optimism. Peaceland’s life affirming lyrics reflect the view that one can attain inner peace and happiness without ignoring serious topics such as war and peace, love and betrayal. So if

 

tired of the copycat new rock of today, and you need a break, get some PEACE LAND. CD review: Rich Steele: "Peaceland" - The Man of Steele is back and this time he has taken no prisoners with this dynamic 12 Song CD. While impressed with his previous two releases, this new offering has taken his music to a higher plateau with exceptional tunes such as "Going to War" an antiwar song filled with booming guitar riffs and pinpoint lyrics. While "Drama Ma Ma" deals with those prima donnas in every guy's life, "Bad To Me" describes how some ladies have a twisted control on all of us good guys. I was touch by " Father and Son" a deeply personal and emotional tribute of the love between a parent and his child. All in all the entire CD from start to finish is an excellent listen and definitely one that will stay in my CD changer for months to come. Rap Sucks!!! Gus Amador April 2003 More Sugar CD review. What’s up next copy: Coming up next the Man of Steele is working with Gary Adamson long time friend and musical companion. Gary has been a main staple at Porkboy Music and is conductor and mystical wizard for the voices of peace. Together were going to explore the never ending quest for musical peace