At Odds On Records & Studios is:
(l-r, Back) Keel members Bryan
Jay, Geno Arce, Ron Keel, Dwain
Miller and Marc Ferrari. (Front)
producers Paul Shortino and
Las Vegas (October 14, 2009)--Odds On Records & Studios recently hosted a unique vocal session for 80's metal band, Keel, as it re-recorded the title track of its "The Right To Rock" album, to serve as a bonus track for a 25th Anniversary re-release.
The entire band, including Ron Keel (lead vocals, guitar and keyboard), Marc Ferrari (guitar), Bryan Jay (guitar), Geno Arce (bass) and Dwain Miller (drums), gathered at Odds On Records & Studios in Las Vegas with a group of artists to record the chorus gang vocals for the track. Guest vocalists included Jaime St. James (Black 'n Blue, Warrant), Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt, Quiet Riot), Graham Russell (Air Supply), Lez Warner (The Cult) and Ron Mancuso (Beggars & Thieves) to name a few.
"We are honored to have hosted this historic recording session at Odds On," says Bobby Ferrari, head of audio production at Odds On. "We take pride in providing our clients with the very best gear for their projects while also offering an environment that is conducive to creativity. We are thrilled that we were able to do so with such a well-known group of recording artists."
Odds On Records & Studios is a brand-new, $7 million recording facility located a few miles from the famous Las Vegas strip. Offering vintage gear and modern recording equipment, the facility houses a 96-channel Solid State Logic Duality console, the first of its size in North America.
"Odds On was the perfect place to host this event," says Ron Keel. "The studio offered their technical expertise on the track and provided us with the utmost in hospitality while we were in-studio."
Odds On Records & Studios