Billboard charting Pop/Rock trio from the southside of Chicago. Unique and marketable sound. Produced by Duane Baron, Jimmy Boyle,DJ Scotty K and Josh Harris. Signed to a non exclusive deal with Dauman Music/Universal Music Group to release their rock/dance remix hit single "Goodnight Tonight"


Having recently risen up the Billboard Charts at a bullets pace, Knockhopper is poised to break through to that next level of success. They recently recorded a rock version of a Paul McCartney classic that was remixed by the likes of superstar producers, DJ Scotty K. and Josh Harris, for dance clubs and dance radio around the world. They signed a non exclusive worldwide distribution deal with Universal Music Group through the Dauman Music label. Having tasted a bit of national television exposure, when a live performance of one of their original songs aired on CBS' National Morning Show "The Early Show", the band is more excited and focused on the big picture than ever. Knockhopper believes that great songs are what make a band indelible. On numerous occasions they have been invited to perform in Chicago's music industry showcase, MOBfest. They have traveled to Los Angeles to record with producers Duane Baron and Jimmy Boyle who have worked with the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Hoobastank. They can currently be heard on XM/Sirius satellite radio for their dance hit and locally have been featured on 3 major Chicago rock stations, "94.7 The Zone's" local zone program, performed live on 97.9 WCKG's morning show and most recently they performed two songs live on Q101's "Do you Destroy" segment, rating over a 96% approval in the online voting poll giving 100's of thousands of music lovers a taste of what they have to offer. They are now on pace to give millions of people the next great rock band.


Goodnight Tonight Maxi Single - 2008 - currently available worldwide through Universal Music Group distribution under the Dauman Music label and can be heard on XM/Sirius satellite radio and all online music distributors
E.P. -2005
FPD Phase 2-2003

Set List

Mix of originals and covers ranging from Led Zeppelin & Steve Miller Band to Foo Fighters and Metallica.