The Keystone Angels

Formed in March of 1974 by brothers John and Rick Brewster and Doc Neeson from the ashes of the highly successful Moonshine Jug And String Band. With the addition of Charlie King on drums, the band toured the Eastern States of Australia before landing supporting slots with international acts Gary Glitter and Chuck Berry. With John Woodfuff as producer, The Keystone Angels recorded and released their only single, "Keep On Dancin'", on Woodruff's Sphere label in 1975. Later that year the band changed their name to The Angels and embarked on a support tour with AC/DC, who later introduce them to the team of Vanda and Young at Albert, who would produce their debut single, 1976's "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again".

Singles & EPs

204-19 The Keystone Angels - Keep On Dancin' illustration d'album The Keystone Angels Keep On Dancin'(7", Single, Mono) Sphere (7) 204-19 Australia 1975 Vendre cette version