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Ron Gallo signs to Kill Rock Stars, shares new single and video

Ron Gallo signs To Kill Rock Stars, shares new single and video

Philadelphia-grown radical indie artist Ron Gallo shares his electrifying new single, Entitled Man,” which arrives alongside a live video:

Confronting society’s tolerance of the male superiority complex, the track channels his anger and sharp wit into driving beats, sharp guitars, and a gripping melody. This is his first single since signing to famed indie label, Kill Rock Stars, teasing much more to come!

After his efforts in various Philly bands, Gallo moved to Nashville with his acclaimed debut solo album HEAVY META in tow. It landed him a record deal, opening gigs on tours, and a handful of festival slots that opened countless doors. It landed him a record deal, tours, and festival slots that opened countless doors. With three LPs and an EP under his belt, this new single is an introduction to a new record that shows Ron at his most outspoken and frenetic.


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