For General Lee
Highlighting six decades of popular music, Rockshop brings honesty to the original sounds of rock 'n' roll - those born-in-the-fifties sounds of Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley - then growing to include the meldodius, intricate sounds of the eighties, right up 'til today and beyond with brand new original compositions. Rockshop has something for everybody. The act incorporates state-of-art technology into a streamlined two-man show that is guaranteed to please music lovers of all ages. A strong emphasis is placed on the giants of Rock n' Roll, true to the integrity of the original recordings. From bobbysoxer to Beatlemaniac and beyond, Rockshop will tickle your memory with their renditions of old favorites as well as contemporary tunes. So come on! Join Dave and Al in a celebration of 60 years of Rock n' Roll. Roll back the rug, time travel to the past, and dance back to the future with Rockshop's renditions of classic hits. From the 50's to the edge of tomorrow, Rockshop plays it all! Rockshop has been performing continually sice 1976, providing quality family entertainment for an astonishing variety of events. Rockshop is he biggest little two-man band in West Virginia. Every note heard in the CDs or at live performances is played and sung by only Dave and Al. The current Rockshop CD 'FOR GENERAL LEE' features two original compositions. The title song, 'FOR GENERAL LEE', tells the story of two young Confederate brothers fighting in the last desperate battles before Appomattox. 'HERE I GO' is a shout against political correctness. (If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything!). These two tunes were written in honor of the ROBERT E. LEE BICENTENNIAL, 1807-2007.