Rockhead

Rockhead

Rockhead was a Canadian hair metal band formed in 1991 by Bob Rock.

History

Rockhead's namesake, producer/guitarist Bob Rock, formed the group in 1991 with his Payola$/Rock & Hyde bandmate, drummer Chad Taylor, as well as vocalist Steve Jack and bassist Jamey Kosh. Jack and Kosh, as well as keyboardist John Webster, were all local Vancouver, British Columbia musicians. Their debut single was called "Heartland". Rock produced the band's debut effort, which was released on Capitol Records in 1992. Members of Bon Jovi, The Cult, and Little Caesar guested on the album. The singles "Bed of Roses" and "Chelsea Rose" followed, as did a tour supporting Bon Jovi. However, the album did not sell well, and soon after the group disbanded and Rock returned to his career in production.

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