Two Tons of Steel

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Two Tons of Steel
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Background information
Origin San Antonio, Texas, United States
Genres Country, Alternative Country, Americana, Rockabilly
Years active 1990–present
Labels Smith, Palo Duro, Big Bellied Records
Associated acts Dwight Yoakam, Wayne "The Train" Hancock, 1100 Springs
Members Kevin Geil(Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar)
Rich Alcorta(Drums/Background Vocals)
Jacob Marchese(Upright Bass)
Will Owen Gage(Lead Guitar/Background Vocals)
Past members Ralph Barrios
Eric Sibel
Ric Ramirez
Chris Dodds
Steve Hartwell

Two Tons of Steel is an American rockabilly and Texas Country band, from San Antonio, Texas, United States.

The band has performed live at Gruene Hall, and has appeared in the IMAX film Texas: The Big Picture. The band's performance of "King of a One Horse Town" is included in a roots-country documentary that screens continuously at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame.

Two Tons of Steel continues as an institution at Texas’ Gruene Hall, where its annual Two Ton Tuesdays summer series draws 12,000 fans, and as a popular act at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. They have been repeatedly voted "Best Country Band" by the San Antonio Current, one of its hometown weekly.



  • Oh No! (1994)
  • Crazy For My Baby (1995)
  • Ten Dollar Cover (1997)
  • King of a One Horse Town (1999)
  • Transparent (2001)
  • Vegas (2004)
  • Live from Gruene Hall (2005)
  • Not That Lucky (2010)
  • Tangled in Tinsel (2012)
  • Unraveled (2013)
  • Gone (2016)

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