Keelin's current repertoire includes songs by the following artists:
Bryan Adams, Allman Bros. Band, Bad Finger, The Band, Beatles, Brooks & Dunn, Zak Brown Band, The Byrds, Johnny Cash, Counting Crows, Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Denver, Donovan, Bob Dylan, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Alan Jackson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, John Prine, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, Cat Stevens, Rolling Stones, Hank Williams and more.
In addition to performing cover songs, Keelin, a multi-instrumentalist, also writes music. He has released two albums, available in CD format and in streaming and download formats from your favorite on-line music stores, including CD Baby, Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, and many others.
Here's what Whurk magazine (issue# 57, November 2017) had to say about Keelin's first CD:
"Robert Keelin’s Going Places is an amalgamation of Fifties and Sixties pop-rock, taking time to specifically note the period’s country and rockabilly elements. The album breaks through the British invasion and ultimately ends on an Eagles vibe (“California Seems”), delivered with a voice not dissimilar to Warren Zevon. The use of MIDI horns on tracks such as “Rain, Rain” is a bold, stunning choice. These are peaceful, fun meditations in an increasingly anxious world. “Breathe deep. Relax,” Keelin instructs. 'All my worries fall through the cracks.'"
His second CD, Southern Saints & Saturday Night Sinners, is in the tradition of Americana music.