Rick Rocker | Wanted Dead or Alive

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Wanted Dead or Alive

by Rick Rocker

Pop/Hard rock with flavors of punk rock.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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Born and raised in New York City, Rick Rocker is ready to bring energy and meaning back to rock and roll! Rocker, a singer and guitarist who writes all of his own songs, draws inspiration from classic pop/rock artists like Bon Jovi, Green Day and U2. Like those artists, the sound that he is generating is big and catchy as hell!

For Rocker, it’s gotta be real. It’s all about the music and sending a message. That message is made loud and clear on his debut full-length album “Spend the Night”.

ABOUT ME: (written by me!) \m/

I’m all about peace, happiness and positive energy! I can’t stand negativity and I want to help give people strength to live a positive life.

I’m a bit of a kid at heart! :p I do my best to enjoy and get the most out of life. Usually, I like to joke and try to get people to laugh(I love watching comedians!).

I love to learn new things. I believe everything has a purpose and you can learn from anything and everyone if you open your mind and listen.

"Rick Rocker is the type of musician that anyone can get behind. He writes songs that are near-instant anthems, made for shouting from rooftops, an arena or just your own bedrooms. His music should be played loud, with enough subtleties to keep you coming back for more."
- Queens Tribune -



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