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Little Symphonies for Kids
  • Artist: The Rockwells
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 600385127622
  • Item #: SRD512762
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/30/2002
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Little Symphonies for Kids on CD

The Rockwells are a band based in Knoxville, Tennessee that discovered that with the right mix of talent, charisma, charm, alcohol, good influences, hard work, wit, sexual innuendo, cynical optimism, optimistic cynicism, foul language, musical training, drive, and humor you can make just about any group of people stand up, drink, and perhaps shake their asses a little. Yes, even hip people. They like to have a good time just like everybody else. If you'd like to know the exact ratio of all these secret ingredients to a successful rock show, you may contact Fred (bass), Jonathan (rhythm guitar), Tommy (lead guitar), or Trace (drums), any of whom will be happy to share his thoughts on the subject ad nauseum. The Rockwells have begun tracking their full-length debut, the working title of which was, until recently, Bring It. When it was revealed that 'bring it' is a catch phrase used by inordinately-famous professional wrestler and sometimes-actor The Rock, the working title was quickly changed...to The People's Elbow...which, as it turns out, is also one of The Rock's catch phrases--but a much better one. When they're not touring, The Rockwells currently reside in Knoxville, where they hope to one day renovate an old building downtown into some sort of cross between the Batcave and the Beatles' house in Help, from which they could rule the world James Bond supervillain-style, though theirs would be a benevolent rule based on art, love, and most of all, music.