Ron Keller



Ron Keller has many irons in the fire in the music world, but they all have been delivered with nothing less than his usual hundred and ten percent. Born of a musical father and an artistic mother, this Reserve, Louisiana native made his first appearance on national television at age seventeen with his band Image on the L.A.-based show “Happening,” featuring Paul Revere and the Raiders with Marvin Gaye, Goldie Hawn, and other stars. An accomplished keyboardist, vocalist, and songwriter, he has been a professional musician for over thirty years as a member of the bands Image, Aura, The Topcats, Exit 209, and True Story (featuring his original material), as well as a brief stint as a sideman for Percy Sledge. His bands have shared billing with numerous national acts, including Oingo Boingo, The Guess Who, Black Oak Arkansas, Iron Butterfly, Joe Cocker, Foghat, Steppenwolf, and The Producers. A co-founder of Rockit Studio, he has been engineering there since 1991, yielding literally hundreds of recordings. He soon delved into audio production, and formed his own label, Little Blue Men Records, which carries the award-winning releases by Joy Buzzer and Beth Patterson. He graces other aspects of the music world with his touch, including his contributions to the playing, singing, artwork, and photography for numerous CD projects he records, and occasionally lends his talents to live sound. He now takes great pleasure in sharing his knowledge with his son Zak, who show great promise as an artist, musical inventor, and budding superhero.

An artist in the truest sense, Ron captures and perpetuates the audible, visible, and spiritual essence of the unswerving spirit of music with passion and drive.