Rocko Dorsey & the Individuals

Rocko Dorsey & the Individuals

 Auburn, New York, USA
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Hailing from Upstate NY, Rocko Dorsey takes the raw energy of Punk music and combines it with the complex and timeless appeal of East Coast Rock n’ Roll to make a show-stopping sound that will revolutionize this industry.

Biography

Hailing from Upstate NY the three members of Rocko Dorsey are not a group of guy's trying to scare you, they want you to be scared of what you might miss. Combining an in-your-face live show with catchy melodies, tight arrangements, and the return of guitar solos, their mission is to entertain the audience by any means necessary.

Drawing comparisons to acts such as:
Jimmy Eat World, Green Day, The Living End, and The Clash the band has created a sound that is both familiar and completely unique. Although Rocko Dorsey is appealing to those who look for an image first, it is their substance that sets them apart.

Forming in 1998 with a simple love for music, Rocko Dorsey has grown into their life's work. With a keen mind for business as well as music the band now averages over 100 shows a year all of which are self booked and promoted. With a won't take no for an answer attitude, the band has played support for Australia's The Living End (Adeline/Reprise Records), The Lashes (Capitol Records), Reel Big Fish, Moth (Hey Domino), Wheatus (Montauk Mantis), Th' Legendary Shack Shakers (Yep Roc), Murder By Death (East West), New Model Army, O.A.R (Atlantic Records) and many others. With such a broad resume and list of influences it's guaranteed that you won't walk away without new hope for rock and roll.

Discography

Making Our Mark - 2004
The Vendetta - 2002
Somewhere Better-2006
Nightmares-2008

Set List

These are just a few of RDI's original songs - the band has over 150 copyrighted original songs!

You Don't Know
100 Dollar Bill
Everything You're Told To
Breaker 1-9
Everything's Alright
Once Chance
She's Gone
Crazy Freddy
Killing His Rights
1.2.3.4.
Autograph
It's Almost Over
That Girl is Way Too Close
Metalbilly
He Wants You to be Something