The Roddies
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The Roddies

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“The band wears it’s classic rock influences on it’s sleeve…The Allman Brothers, tones of Beatles and Zeppelin are in there, as is the musical creativity of all four Roddies…” - Philly Metro Paper


The Roddies 5 Stars "Iconic"

Monsters & Bugs

A science experiment creeps out of Philadelphia.“Given Song,” a lighthearted alt-rock track about nature, talks about taking care of the earth and appreciating all our planet has to offer. This track features “gritty” vocals with a hint of rustic country music. Don’t be afraid to play it around the campfire! This CD is wonderful!
-Leslie Snyder - Origivation Magazine


“There’s something just warm and nostalgic about family members playing some good ol’ happy tunes together. It’s cool that these four relatives happen to have musical talent and decided to form a band…obviously something good must be swimming through their gene pool..”

-Play Philly Magazine
- Play Philly Magazine


Discography

The Roddies: A Demonstration
Radio Play:
Two Weeks Gone; WMMR 93.3 Philadelphia
Train Ride; WXPN 88.5 Philadelphia; WSTW Delaware
The Roddies: Monsters & Bugs: WXPN, WSTW, Comcast SportsNet Highlight Reels
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Bio

Twin brothers Fran and Rich Rodowicz, brother Keith and cousin Ray form the Pennsylvania brotherly rock outfit The Roddies. From the bands first demo album getting play on Philadelphia's WMMR and WXPN to their current sophomore release entitled Monsters & Bugs, the band gives you that by the campfire sound of Rock N Roll. They've been influenced by Led Zeppelin, The Band, The Beatles, The Allman Brothers and more. The band is actually grandsons of Frank Rodowicz who used to back Frank Sinatra and Artie Shaw on Trombone back in the Big Band days. On stage the brothers look like a set of triplets jamming out, switching instruments and giving the crowd a head knockin, foot stompin good time.