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I am thrilled to announce that I will be a part of Let the Music Play On, the Hardly Strictly Broadcast airing the first weekend in October  in celebration HSB’s 20th Anniversary. Follow @hardlystrictlybluegrass and visit hardlystrictlybluegrass.com for news and updates @markulriksenart #LetTheMusicPlayOn

Robert Earl Keen’s Americana Podcast Joins The American Songwriter Podcast Network

August 7, 2020, Nashville, TN... Americana pioneer, musical troubadour, Robert Earl Keen, brings his Americana Podcast: The 51st State to the American Songwriter Podcast Network with new episodes starting September 1, with guest Lori McKenna. In August, listeners will be able to catch-up on all 19 episodes of the series which features in-depth interviews with the most exciting artists in the Americana genre. Guests on the wildly popular series have included Jamestown Revival, The Milk Carton Kids, Chris Shiflet, Mandolin Orange, Drew Holcomb, Lucero, The White Buffalo, and I’m With Her. 


Due to circumstances beyond our control and in an effort to keep us all safe, Robert Earl Keen’s 4th of July on the River has been cancelled, however, the City of Kerrville,  Keen Productions and ArcadiaLive are embracing this change and have joined forces to bring you the 10th Anniversary of Kerrville’s Independence Day Celebration directly to you!!

Behind the Song: Robert Earl Keen, “Feelin’ Good Again”

Texan Robert Earl Keen has maintained a rare consistency as a performer and songwriter for over three decades. His material has been recorded by George Strait, the Dixie Chicks and others, but he is still best known as an artist who can bring a room to a hushed silence with just his voice and guitar. The song that many of his followers might vote their favorite is his upbeat homecoming anthem, “Feelin’ Good Again.”

The Internet abounds with theories about what the lyric really means, so American Songwriter asked the author himself what was on his mind when he penned this classic. 

Live Review: Robert Earl Keen @ Lincoln Theatre — 12/6/19

“If you want Christmas music,” Robert Earl Keen told the Lincoln Theater recently, “go to the mall.” REK’s Countdown to Christmas Tour steered clear of holiday music until the encore, when he played the fan-favorite “Merry Christmas from the Family,” an ode to the dysfunction and craziness of the holidays.

Robert Earl Keen Celebrates Christmas to the Moon and Back

Robert Earl Keen announces the launch of his eighth annual Christmas show with his most extensive tour yet! Following the success of his 2018 sold-out Christmas run, Keen and his band are expanding the tour to more cities than ever before, beginning December 2 in Greenville, South Carolina and concluding December 30 in Fort Worth, Texas. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 9, at 10:00 AM. 

Robert Earl Keen Announces Summer Tour Dates Including Upcoming Shows with Tyler Childers, Turnpike Troubadours, and The Lone Bellow

May 16, 2019, Nashville, TN... Robert Earl Keen announces upcoming tour dates for June and July, including performances with Tyler Childers, Turnpike Troubadours and The Lone Bellow. The sixteen shows are all on sale this week with dates in Montana, Colorado, Texas, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Keen is also performing with Childers at Red Rocks on September 30, which sold-out in 48 hours, and will be appearing at the inaugural Railbird Festival on August 10 in Lexington, KY with The Raconteurs and Brandi Carlisle.