Abel Kane

Abel Kane


If Aerosmith played Country songs or Van Halen had a fiddle player, they might sound something like Abel Kane. Is it Hillbilly Metal? Southern Rock for the 21st century? One thing's for sure - "This Ain't Yo' Daddy's Hee-Haw"!


Abel Kane follows in the footsteps of those who found and forged their own sound and broke down the walls of conformity. From Johnny Cash and Hank Sr. to Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix and Van Halen, they owe their musical hearts, minds and souls to those who were not afraid of dreaming, creating and living their own vision.

In that spirit Abel Kane defies the homogenized, demographic-specific model currently being propagated by Music City and proudly offers the discerning listener a choice. A tooth shattering rock-n-roll band from the country, the trio mixes street beats with crunchy guitars and infectious melodies to create stadium anthems that have new audiences singing along on the 2nd chorus. "By the People, For the People" is the credo of Abel Kane, and their willingness to interact on a personal level is what turns ordinary fans into dedicated members of the Kane Gang.

The band is the brainchild of frontman and Tyler, TX native Ryan Reynolds. After numerous record and publishing deals which netted cuts by such Country stars as Tracy Lawrence & Tracy Byrd, Ryan became frustrated with the feeling that his best songs were not being recorded. In 2005 Ryan met Jamey Perrenot, a producer and guitarist from Dallas, TX whose resume' includes stints with LeeAnn Rimes, Stevie Nicks and Carolyn Dawn Johnson. Abel Kane was born. When original bassist Pete Ianacone left the band in Spring of '07 to tour with Joss Stone, Ryan & Jamey were introduced to Dave Webb from Atlanta, GA. Dave had just finished touring with SugarLand and was excited about the opportunity to be a band member instead of a hired gun.

Collectively, the members of Abel Kane have performed at prestigious venues like Madison Square Garden, Fenway Park, Texas Stadium and appeared on TV shows such as Good Morning America, Dick Clark's Rockin' New Year's Eve, The Tonight Show and more. To borrow a phrase from Bull Durham, these boys have "been to the show". Now, as Abel Kane they are Rocking the World - One Crowd at a Time!


Headliner, "Locals Only" radio show 103 WKDF 2/10/08
Headliner, Budweiser Entertainment Pavilion, AZ State Fair 10/12 - 11/4/07
Appeared KTVK television's "Good Morning AZ" 10/13/07
Interviewed KMLE Country Radio, Phoenix 11/11/07
Featured on Billy Block's Western Beat syndicated radio program 8/29/07
Acoustic show @ The Bluebird Cafe 8/5/07
"Meat On Her Bones" played on Moby In The Morning syndicated radio show
Currently in rotation on AllSouthernRock.com
"Meat On Her Bones" & "Long Black Cadillac" spins on Sirius New Country channel 60


Abel Kane - 2005

Video "Stix" - 2007
Video "The Best Of Us: A Tribute" - 2007

Set List

Abel Kane prefers to play one 75-90 minute show. They can also perform a 2 hour show or three 45 minute sets depending on the requirements of the venue.

In addition to the original material, the band covers these songs "Abel Kane style":

Folsom Prison Blues - J. Cash
Sex Type Thing - Stone Temple Pilots
You Really Got Me - Van Halen
Hands To Yourself - GA Satellites
Black Betty - Spiderbait
Ghost Riders In The Sky - J. Cash
Tube Steak Boogie - ZZ Top
Highway To Hell - AC/DC
Copperhead Road - Steve Earl