Classic Rock Covers with a bite. Like The Beatles/Stones/Doors? Covered. Elton John/LedZep? Covered. Journey/Bon Jovi? Covered. How about Elvis or Chuck Berry? Got 'em covered too. Need your event to kick a little butt? Hire Us! A splendid time is guaranteed for all.


Rockaholic formed out in the Summer of 2003, and have since tackled the NY-Metro club and bar circuit slowly building a loyal fan base. The band is a unique mix of styles and influences. Brett is a student of 80's Rock & Pop music, Kevin is a Beatles fanatic, Casey is a former Hollywood hair-metal guitarist, Doug is a tried and true 70's progressive rock keyboardist and Steve hates everything. Together they blend all these influences into an extremely diverse rock 'n roll play list. They can go from The Beatles to Bon Jovi in the click of a drumstick, and never miss a beat. This diversity of play list allows Rockaholic to tailor their shows to fit any given event. They've recently created an "'unplugged" play list allowing them an even greater opportunity to play quieter events and venues.

Rockaholic has also recently picked up sponsorships from D'Addario Strings, Planet Waves Cables and Evans drum heads.


Kevin can be heard on Mystery Bloom's "Lifetime in the Heart" CD released on Chavis Records.

Set List

50's / 60's
The Rolling Stones - Let's Spend the Night Together
The Doors - Love Her Madly
Chuck Berry - Rock 'n Roll Music
Johnny Rivers - Secret Agent Man
The Beatles - Back in the USSR, Birthday,
Steppenwolf - Born to be Wild
The Who - I Can't Explain
The Monkees - I'm A Believer
Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls of Fire, Whole Lotta Shakin Going On

KISS - Rock 'n' Roll All Night, Detroit Rock City
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here, Another Brick in the Wall
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody/Killer Queen medley
Tom Petty - American Girl
Paul McCartney - Jet
David Bowie - Suffragette City
Cheap Trick - I Want You to Want Me, Surrender
Kansas - Carry on Wayward Son
Billy Joel - You May Be Right
The Sweet - Ballroom Blitz
Thin Lizzy - Boys are Back in Town
The Who - Long Live Rock
Elton John - Saturday Nights Alright