Robert Earl Keen

All Ages
Saturday, June 18, 2022
Doors: 8pm Show: 9pm

The Road Goes On Forever…until it doesn’t. Legendary Texas songwriter and entertainer
Robert Earl Keen wraps up 41 years on the road with his 2022 Final Tour, I’m Comin’ Home: 41
Years On The Road.

Keen made the announcement in January, 2022, with a personal video posted on his social
media accounts. “I’ve been blessed with a lifetime of brilliant, talented, colorful, electrical,
magical folks throughout my life,” Keen said. “This chorus of joy, this parade of passion, this bull
rush of creativity, this colony of kindness and generosity are foremost in my thoughts today. It’s
with a mysterious concoction of joy and sadness that I want to tell you that as of September 4,
2022, I will no longer tour or perform publicly.”

With a catalog of 21 albums, his band of stellar musicians, and many thousands of shows under
his belt, POLLSTAR ranked Keen in its Top 20 Global Concert Tours in July, 2021. Keen has
blazed a peer, critic, and fan-lauded trail that’s earned him living-legend status in the
Americana music world.

The Americana genre was officially recognized by the music industry in 1998 and Keen was the
first artist to be featured on The Gavin Report’s Americana Music Chart and on the debut cover
of its magazine.

Keen continues to blaze a trail for other artists with Producer, Clara Rose, and their Americana
Podcast. In 2019, Americana Podcast launched with the inaugural episode featuring Jamestown
Revival and Lucero. The Americana Podcast has furthered the interest in artists Billy Strings,
Lori McKenna, Drew Holcomb and I’m With Her.

A Houston native, Keen is one of the Lone Star State’s legendary singer-songwriters. In 2019, at
a homecoming at the Houston Rodeo, Robert performed with his college friend Lyle Lovett. The
old friends opened the show for George Strait to a record-breaking audience of more than
80,000.
The live performance, the show, is an essential experience for REK fans. BMI acknowledged
Keen’s contribution as a road warrior in 2015 when they honored Robert with the
inaugural Troubadour Award.

Keen and his band hit the road, going out 180 days a year, to play dance halls, roadhouses,
theaters, and festival grounds with diverse crowds of college kids, serious singer-songwriter
fans, and plenty of true believers.

Keen will continue to write music and create, host his popular podcast, support young artists,
and follow his artistic muse wherever it takes him.