Sounds like:Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Velvet Revolver
Track record:Formed in January 2001, performed 700+ shows
at major clubs and venues on West Coast
Multiple TV soundtrack placements
5 CD releases - 2010, 2009, 2006, 2005 & 2003
All songs published under the name V4 Music (BMI)
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org (415) 987-1795
Official band websites: www.rsd-music.com
Film & Television Licensing:Riptide Music (310) 437-4380
Legal Representation:Steven Weinberg, Esq.
Los Angeles CA (310) 556-7887
Candy & Knives, October 2010, produced by Dynamite Factory
Camaro 68, March 2009, produced by Dynamite Factory
Powder Keg Logic, October 2006, produced by Dynamite Factory
Zero Fighter, January 2005, produced by PB Crabshaw
American Romantic, July 2003, produced by Bill Cutler
Television/Film Placement & Appearances:
The Unit (CBS broadcast April, 2009)
Reaper (CW broadcast April, 2009)
Pineapple Express (DVD, 2009)
CSI:NY (CBS broadcast March, 2007)
Jericho (CBS, 2007)
Shut Up and Sing (film trailer) (national TV & Radio, Fall 2006)
Beautiful People (ABC Family broadcast August, 2005)
Joan of Arcadia (CBS broadcast March 4, 2005)
Dawson's Creek (5th Season DVD)
Felicity (broadcast & DVD, 2003)
Roswell (2 songs, broadcast & DVD, 2003)
Stand Up It's Thursday Night, KRON 4 (live performance)
Food Nation with Bobby Fla, Food Network (on-camera & soundtrack)
Venues Played: (partial list from 700+ shows played):
Fillmore Auditorium (San Francisco, CA)
Chronicle Pavilion Levi's First Stage (Concord, CA)
Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion (San Bernadino, CA)
Great American Music Hall (San Francisco, CA)
Slims (San Francisco, CA)
The Independent (San Francisco, CA)
The Roxy (Hollywood, CA)
Knitting Factory (Hollywood, CA)
Bottom of the Hill (San Francisco, CA)
Viper Room (Hollywood, CA)
Cafe Du Nord (San Francisco, CA)
The Avalon (Santa Clara, CA)
California Theatre for the Performing Arts (San Bernardino, CA)
G Street (Davis, CA)
Fat Cat (Modesto, CA)
Kennel Club (Sacramento, CA)
The Central (Seattle, WA)
DV8 (Portland, OR)
photo by Clody Cates
photo by Pat Johnson www.patjohnson.com
RubberSideDown has shared the stage with Joe Perry Project, Eddie Money,
Montrose, George Lynch, Gilby Clarke, Y&T, NightRanger, LA Guns,
Gin Blossoms, Eric Martin,
The Romantics, Frank Hannon (of Tesla), Bang Tango,Pat Travers, Nikki McKibbin, and side stage for tours
including Sammy Hagar & David Lee Roth, Chickenfoot
and Roxy Music.
what they're sayin'.......
"The well-established RubberSideDown anchored the night with a
Gibson-wielding classic rock-infused style that is suited to Betty's
intimate environment but would fill every inch of an arena.."
-- SF Weekly
"Pure classic rock - top shelf - served straight up, no chaser"
-- Drum Magazine
"Not many bands can make Velvet Revolver look like a 'Chenille
Popgun,' but RubberSideDown offers a bit more bang for your buck.
.....crashing cymbals and thunderous bass lines, ZeroFighter takes us
back to the rock future. In a music market saturated with indie this,
pop that, RubberSideDown strives to be different and gets back to the
sort of rock seduction that makes Van Halen, AC/DC and Aerosmith
so appealing. Truthfully, this glam/rock sound is hard to come by."
-- The Owl Mag
"OK, these guys are about 10 minutes from hitting it really big. Their sound is sophisticated and smooth with touches of sarcasm. Musically rooted in classic rock with finishing touches in ultra-modern song writing and polished production. Hey, it works."
-- Victoria Joyce, Sugarbuzz Magazine
"RubberSideDown, an upwardly mobile San Francisco band that
sounds ready for arenas."
-- San Jose Mercury News
"With melodic, guitar-driven songs and insightful lyrics tinged with
pain.... sensual bass lines, penetrating guitars..."
-- Metro Active
"....alt songs flavored with early Brit punk, psychedelic kicks, grinding
grooves, and yes, scorching guitar....This is a smart, cohesive,
professional rock band. .... It's a rock radio-ready voice with an alluring
"There's something to be said for the Real Deal.....From the first blam
of the guitars, and the hit of the drums on the opening song,
'Black Mountain Road', this band got my attention......
(lead singer and rhythm guitar player Kevin) Casey possesses that
rare blend......that spells rock star. So I stuck around. And the songs
pulled me in...."
-- Kimberlye Gold, GrapevineCulture, live show review