This immediately caught my attention due to the timing changes before the first verse. the lead singer really sells the tune and the instrumentation is fantastic! the lead Guitar reminds me of BB Kings style, but with his own original spin. This track could easliy find its way into a feature film or TV show/ series. the production is spot on terrific and the arrangement keeps you interested from start to finish! Thanks for the listen, MItch Siegal

Excellent blues!

Really liking this stuff! The addition of the horn section adds a genuine touch of New Orleans soul and the interplay between the horns and the bluesy, ballsy guitar solos are really unique in todays music landscape. The loping bass line isnt complicated but sounds very 60ish, almost Pink Panther theme-ish. In the middle section, where the horn solo is followed by guitar solo, the backing music seems to drop out a tad, making what should be a robust highlight a tad thin, but really splitting hairs as this is just a great sounding tune and refreshingly different!


Keep On Livin'... a great mantra. The tune starts out with a cool little bluesy riff and that saxophone wailing. Leading into something that sounds like Stevie Ray and when the vocals kick in, the underlying driving riff carries the tune with energy. Vocals delivered solid, and that message, of course, keep on living. A really nice guitar solo after the first verse, into another sax solo. Great arrangement, that standard formula for great blues and R&B. Good job, let's hear more!

Keep on Livin' Joe Miranda & The Kings of Texas

Anybody that's ever ridden all day on a Harley and stopped to relieve the vibrations of your gentlemanly parts and a screaming bladder will definitely relate to this song, as it is more than likely. exactly what you will hear as soon as you go through them swingin' doors of that roadside Texas Saloon, for relief and a Shot and a Beer. This song will make you go grab a Heifer off a Hog in a Heartbeat and hit the dance floor and dance her till she drags you out and down the road to the No tel motel for a bit of Romance. I appreciate this kind of music as I played a lot of it when I was a lot younger, playing a lot of Wayne Cochran, & the CC Riders, music, Bob Seeger and some Joe Ely, Lee Michales, and Blue Cheer music. I love that plug it in turn it up and crank up the reverb sound that sorta kinda muffles the roar of all the Harley's in the parking lot. Fun music and the kind of band everybody should experience at least once in their lifetime. Rough and Raw and played by some good Blues Rockers, Rock on Joe and the Kings keep doin' what y'all do. Tom Wiggins an da boys in da band

My foot is tapping.

You picked the right critic for this one. I am born New Orleans Louisiana raise currently here. Y'all would do great in bourbon!!!! I love nice the tune very blues but, up beat. Take your shoes off and dance kinda song. Very nice, well done... I really like those horns!

You guys are kicking!

Wow I think this sounds damn good. Music, vocal, I like everything about it. It sure sounds like it has a lot of Stevie Ray bouncing around in there. Bet you guys are fans of his. He was one of the best and the guitar work in this song sounds a lot like him. Keep up the good work man. I give you thumbs up!

Hard Driving Blues

A hard driving blues based tune that soars around the guitar work. The riff is a fairly familiar blues and grinds with the pulsing intensity that electric blues brings to the table.. I enjoyed the lead vocalist intensity which fit the song perfectly. The intro was the one part of the song that really didn't fit for me.. The saxophone in my ear does not carry the heart of the line and missed notes and they stuck in my craw till the song really lit up. I listened several times and i know that intro appears again as a bridge of sorts and the performance was better second time around.. This would be a great song to dance to live which the recording i am sure was.. Strong band and no disrespect to the saxman , he knows his instrument but i felt he/she (make no assumptions) could have done better bringing the song in. Keep making the blues a worthy vessel for music expressing lifes ups and downs.. GL

My Prayers Go Out To The People of Texas and those who are affected by Hurricane Harvey

Talk about the 'Blues'. Hurricane Harvey looks like he's reeking havoc upon Corpus Christi and the coast of Texas. i like the Guitar on this song, a contemporary Blues song on the lines of a Joe Bonamassa style. Vocals are good. Bass is riffing real nice, but could use a little more 'depth' on the sound. Cooking little tune.Sounds like 'someone' is not pleased with politicians who are 'Livin' the high life on taxpayers money. Drums are tight. Band sounds like a good fit for live venues.

word on music

Nice Everyone To All Genres we're going to The Music World with The feeling , everyone have a talent in himself, the Music Is Very Good In The Life, We're need a talent and spit on The life, feeling, loving, or etc.., Making Music And keep On It..

Keep Pushing

I really like the song and the message a very nice and unique and creative song well composed and well put thank you for sharing your craft with the world keep on going and making great music hope my comments been helpful for you have a great day and may God bless you in all your endeavors.

keep on livin

I think this track is way cool especially the way it kicks off with the sax REMINDS ME OF THE BLUES BROTHERS Jake and Elwood would be proud for sure and there are a number of complimentary riffs going on which seem to add to its diversity if I was to walk into a blues bar this is exactly the kind of sound you would want to be greeted by and the place would be rocking out it just goes to show just when you think you have explored all the 12 bar blues there are still more great tunes out there in this genre


I do like this tune. The band is skilly and I like the overall groove. Listening to a sax in a rock blues tune is great. Great interplaying and good bandship. Maybe I would improve just the production and something about the arrangement: the sound overall is not as good as the song is and a sharper production would have made this song shine more. Anyway I like your song, thumbs up!

Keep On Livin

Keep On Livin sound is very great like Johnny Winter and Peter Gunn , nice guitar Tone , i like the Voice and Sax too . Texas Blues >>> SRV . Very Nice Tune Keep On Livin sound is very great like Johnny Winter and Peter Gunn , nice guitar Tone , i like the Voice and Sax too . Texas Blues >>> SRV . Very Nice Tune Keep On Livin sound is very great like Johnny Winter and Peter Gunn , nice guitar Tone , i like the Voice and Sax too . Texas Blues >>> SRV . Very Nice Tune Keep On Livin sound is very great like Johnny Winter and Peter Gunn , nice guitar Tone , i like the Voice and Sax too . Texas Blues >>> SRV . Very Nice Tune

What you say?

The music is pretty good and goes where it wants to. I suspect that the band likes playing so much that they do not want the vocalist interrupting their mood and make him stand outside the back door. Either that, or the sound recording is far too loud. Nevertheless, it rocks right on down the line.

Keep On Livin'

Congratulation for your whole work, the feeling blues and rock are present with the truth and real-life experience, I also wish you many audience for the present and the future of your group as well as beautiful inspirations and beautiful energies **♫**
:blush: :scream: :smirk: :smiley: :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes: :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: :rage: :disappointed: :sob: :kissing_heart: :wink: :pensive: :confounded: :flushed: :relaxed: :mask: :heart: :broken_heart: :expressionless: :sweat: :weary: :triumph: :cry: :sleepy:





Please wait. Verifying...