Keg, The Lone Ranger of Rock
Age (at audition) 24
Sex Male
Act One-Man Rock Band
Seasons 4
Position Reached None

Keg, The Lone Ranger of Rock was a one-man rock band act from Season 4 of America's Got Talent. He was eliminated in the audition round.


Keg, The Lone Ranger of Rock, whose real name is Chris Kegley, is from Seattle, Washington. He started practicing guitar when he was 4 years old. He is a dental sales representative, and his dream is to be a great rocker.

Keg has played with Flogging Molly, Bad Religion, Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards, Wednesday 13, Trashlight Vision, MDC, Schoolyard Heroes, ZEEROK (Red Elvises), Tony Whiting (Dee Dee Ramone) Jet City Fix, Space Cretins, Megasapien, Branden Daniel & Everybody Gets Laid.

Keg has been written up in USA Today, TV Guide, TV Squad, Seattle Weekly, The Stranger, Portland Mercury, Reviewer Magazine San Diego, Seattle Sound Magazine, Seattle Sinner,,, Punk Globe Magazine, Truth Explosion Toronto, Northwest Music Blog, SlamRocks Itlay, and Scissor Socket Shocker Zine Fort Worth.

KEG has played Vans Warped Tour, Kansas City Crossroads Music Festival, Seattle Weekly REVERB Fest, Freemont Festival, Block Party, and Microsoft Techready. [1]


Keg, The Lone Ranger of Rock's audition in Episode 408 consisted of playing rock music on the drums, strumming an electric guitar, and singing Kiss's "Rock And Roll All Nite." Piers Morgan buzzed the act. Piers, Sharon Osbourne, and David Hasselhoff all voted "No", eliminating Keg from the competition.

Audition All Stars

Keg, The Lone Ranger of Rock performed as one of the eleven Audition All Stars in the Season 4 America's Got Talent finale. His role in Episode 426 consisted of playing the guitar to McFadden & Whitehead's "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now."

External Links

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.