Doc Rogers and the Roc Dodgers | Life's Too Short To Eat Cheap Pizza

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Life's Too Short To Eat Cheap Pizza

by Doc Rogers and the Roc Dodgers

Irreverent rock for irreverent times.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Stand In Line
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2. Give It Up
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3. I Couldn't Get Arrested
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4. Daddy Who?
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5. Your Way Too Fat
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6. You Don't Know Jack
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7. I Seen it on TV
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8. National Inquirer
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9. Fifty-Five and Still Alive
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10. Everytime You Leave Me
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Meet Doc Rogers and the Roc Dodgers

Terry Rangno: bass
Born: Los Angeles, CA
Hobbies: baseball, poker, dice, or anything else you can lay a bet on. When not avoiding his in-laws Terry spends his time in the studio working on his next gold record… He already gave up on his first one. Terry likes to watch “Leave it to Beaver” re-runs. He resides in West Los Angeles with his wife Kathy Jo and four unruly cats in a post War World II defense workers tract home.

Dennis Wood: percussion
Born: Los Angeles, CA
Hobbies: synchronized swimming, barbequing on his front lawn, yachting. Dennis loves to beat on things and has destroyed every percussion instrument that he has ever owned. He is currently attempting to teach a moose how to play the accordion. In his spare time Dennis has designed and is building a steam powered flying saucer which he claims would put General Motors out of business.

Larry Rosen: guitar
Born: New York, NY
Hobbies: buying and repairing guitars, buying guitar effects pedals, surfing the net for guitar related gear……well you get the picture. Currently residing in West Los Angeles, CA with his wife Veronique and son Richie. When not playing Larry works as the bouncer at the local Christian Science reading room.

Glen Nishida: guitar
Born: Chicago, IL
Hobbies: bowling and listening to 70’s music. Glen has a recording studio and hardly ever sees his wife Karen. Glen lives in south San Gabriel and plays one night a week in the blue room at McDonald's. Doesn’t speak French.

Mike Lewis: keyboards
Born: Tuscaloosa, AL
Hobbies: not playing the clarinet, not playing the sax, dry walling. Mike has taken to bird watching while composing at the piano these days in his West Hollywood apartment. I have actually seen him play two saxophones at the same time! It didn’t sound so good but what did you expect?

Tom Murray: drums
Born: Worcester, MA
Hobbies: watching Red Sox baseball and pastry baking. When not practicing drums or chasing girls, Tom enjoys doing body work. Tom has no pets as he lives in a rent control apartment in Santa Monica where they are not allowed.


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carol rosen


I think that the lead gutarist is THE MOST talented and hot!!!!!!