The King-O-Keys & His Smokin' Aces | On the Rocks

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On the Rocks

by The King-O-Keys & His Smokin' Aces

♛ Blues, Rock n’ Roll and a whisper of Jazz…straight up, or on the rocks.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Meter Don't Stop
3:27 $0.99
2. Troubled Life
5:26 $0.99
3. Dyin One Day at a Time
3:30 $0.99
4. Stay Drunk All the Time
5:05 $0.99
5. California
3:29 $0.99
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♛ Blues, Rock n’ Roll and a whisper of Jazz… straight up, or on the rocks. Musician, songwriter and singer Eldon Olmstead is the King-o-Keys. Eldon’s music is rooted in the Chicago-style blues piano of Otis Spann and Henry Gray, the rock n’ roll piano swagger of Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard, bursts of hot and cool jazz, folk and ragtime – all interwoven into songs.

♛ When you have a fistful of Smokin’ Aces, it’s easy to be king. And, can those Smokin’ Aces™ play. The Smokin’ Aces are Peter C. Budd (guitars), Eddie Grzyb (drums) and Richard Ashley Holmes (bass guitar); their wide array of musical skills and old school approach brings Eldon’s songs and music to a new highs. A special thanks to Maxwell Meador for his saxophone work on Troubled Life and Stay Drunk All the Time.

♛ Blues, Rock n’ Roll and a whisper of Jazz…straight up, or on the rocks. Eldon Olmstead is the King-o-Keys, musician, songwriter and singer. For music by the King-o-Keys and by the King-o-Keys & His Smokin’ Aces, downloads, show schedules, music blogs and everything else you want to know, visit the King-o-Keys website at



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