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The Rotating Point Source

Michael Cardinal, Eric Luedkte, and brothers Brandon and Bryan Keenan all met in Statesboro, GA during their freshman year at Georgia Southern University back in 04’ (when they were 18), and jammed out after the very first day of classes. Something must have sounded right, because years later, they’re still rocking rocking harder than ever before!

The "Rotating Point Source" name comes from the scientific phenomenon, the Doppler Effect, in which sound waves change pitch relative to the position of the sound relative to the listener’s ear. If the source of the sound is on a rotating point, it creates a bizarre and beautiful effect. This effect was used frequently in the band’s early songs.

Their musical journey over the years have included some memorable moments:

2004: The Rotating Point Source plays its first show, an open mic night in their college dorm
2005: The band performs “I’m Gonna Jump in the Lake” part 1-6 in front of Lake Wells on campus, and Michael jumps in the lake.
2006: RPS performs outside GSU’s Hanner Field House, while President George W. Bush is inside, giving a speech.
2009: Their first home made album, “I’m Gonna Jump in the Lake” is officially released. Only two copies are printed.
2011: Eric buys "The Skull House", and the band relocates to Kennesaw, GA. The band makes the decision to go fully electric.
2012: RPS hosts the first Annual Skull House Rock Fest, an all day rock party, filled with beer drinkin', pizza eatin', and good old fashion rockin' and rollin.
2013: Their first true studio album, "The Rotating Point Source" is released on March, 30, 2013.