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Eric
December 2nd 2018
Great sound. Great music. Great group of guys. Always a good time with Rooster.
Denver, CO@
The Venue
Eric
November 4th 2018
Love these guys ! Great music. Great show. Incredible friends!!!
Littleton, CO@
The Toad Tavern

About Rooster

Rooster were an English rock band. They rapidly gained popularity in countries like Japan ,Singapore and Australia, among other East Asian countries.

Rooster were formed in 2002 by Nick Atkinson (vocals), Luke Potashnick (guitar), Dave Neale (drums) and Ben Smyth (bass). Atkinson and Potashnick were former school friends who reunited while living in London, after both admitted they were struggling to make an impact with their respective bands. They formed Rooster with Neale and Smyth and, after only a few live shows, were signed to the new BMG affiliate label Brightside.

The band's self-styled "griff rock" combined hard rock with pop but was marketed primarily at the UK teen rock market recently cornered by Busted and McFly. Rooster's debut single, "Come Get Some", reached the UK Top 10 in November 2004. Live shows saw the band improvising and extending songs; Neale often performed a four minute long drum solo during "Drag The Sunrise Down". Rooster were known to incorporate covers, such as, Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love", Free's "All Right Now", Jamiroquai's "Deeper Underground", Blackstreet's "No Diggity" and The Rolling Stone's "Satisfaction" into their live sets.

The band announced their split via their MySpace on 24th January 2007.

Rooster's self-titled first album reached no. 3 in the UK charts. However, after spending years in Japan, they had become less well-known in the UK, and their second album "Circles and Satellites" only reached number 193 in the charts, mainly through record stores and websites having little or no stock of the album.
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Genres:
Blues, Rock N Roll, Rock
Band Members:
Jorge Stella, Vinícius Santos, Cesar Pinheiro, Fabiano Guimarães
Hometown:
Campinas, Brazil

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Rooster to play in your city
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concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past
all concerts & live streams
Rooster's tour

Fan Reviews

Eric
December 2nd 2018
Great sound. Great music. Great group of guys. Always a good time with Rooster.
Denver, CO@
The Venue
Eric
November 4th 2018
Love these guys ! Great music. Great show. Incredible friends!!!
Littleton, CO@
The Toad Tavern

About Rooster

Rooster were an English rock band. They rapidly gained popularity in countries like Japan ,Singapore and Australia, among other East Asian countries.

Rooster were formed in 2002 by Nick Atkinson (vocals), Luke Potashnick (guitar), Dave Neale (drums) and Ben Smyth (bass). Atkinson and Potashnick were former school friends who reunited while living in London, after both admitted they were struggling to make an impact with their respective bands. They formed Rooster with Neale and Smyth and, after only a few live shows, were signed to the new BMG affiliate label Brightside.

The band's self-styled "griff rock" combined hard rock with pop but was marketed primarily at the UK teen rock market recently cornered by Busted and McFly. Rooster's debut single, "Come Get Some", reached the UK Top 10 in November 2004. Live shows saw the band improvising and extending songs; Neale often performed a four minute long drum solo during "Drag The Sunrise Down". Rooster were known to incorporate covers, such as, Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love", Free's "All Right Now", Jamiroquai's "Deeper Underground", Blackstreet's "No Diggity" and The Rolling Stone's "Satisfaction" into their live sets.

The band announced their split via their MySpace on 24th January 2007.

Rooster's self-titled first album reached no. 3 in the UK charts. However, after spending years in Japan, they had become less well-known in the UK, and their second album "Circles and Satellites" only reached number 193 in the charts, mainly through record stores and websites having little or no stock of the album.
Show More
Genres:
Blues, Rock N Roll, Rock
Band Members:
Jorge Stella, Vinícius Santos, Cesar Pinheiro, Fabiano Guimarães
Hometown:
Campinas, Brazil

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