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The thunder of my soul, the lightning I will ride
I hear the echo again and again of power thats inside.
Rain - Vocals
Sweet as Rain and dark as a thunder cloud the lead vocals of Rain propels the group on souring wings to fly higher and higher.
Lightning - Lead guitar, Keyboards and Vocals His white hot leads electrify the groups ability to cut the night like a knife and light up stage. Lightning fast Lead guitar and stellar vocals
Spirit of Thunder, Flute and Vocals
The mystic lyrical sound of the flute, the wall of sound keyboards and deep raw vocals of Spirit tell of the brewing storm
Rolling Thunder- Bass, Guitar and Vocals
The heavy bottom end thump of the bass and the lyrical tenor vocals of Rolling Thunder are the basis of the Thunder Rock sound.
Sticks - Drums, Percussion and Vocal
The power house drummer, percussion work and rock solid vocals of Sticks. The Strength of his Thunder sticks pound out the heart beat of the primal rock sound of the group.
Once upon a time this band grew up loving Rock n Roll with all their heart and soul. They went to different High schools together and started playing this sacred music night and day. Born from the exiting, electrifying, Rock and Roll songs in their childhood the sound gives you a full body rush that makes you tingle all over from your nose down to the tips of your toes. They grew into a good time band ready to party and put every bit of emotion, feeling and love they can in every note of every song.
The lightning crashed, the thunder rolled and rocked this far off land. They rocked until the house fell down. Until they rocked their socks off. They rocked and rocked until they were happy as pie. They lived happily ever after. This is a true story
The Members of Thunder Rock have played with or fronted for everybody in the business or so it seems. You've seen the members on David Letterman. You've seen them in concert with Chubby Checker, The Crystals, Martha Reeves and the Vanellas, Mitch Ryder and the Detriot Wheels, Henry Lee Summers, Johnny Paycheck, Lou Cristie, Billy Joe Royal, John Anderson, Merl Hagert, and many, many more. You've seen them in the local clubs and every place in between. They are all now touring or playing the clubs or directing church choirs. They are the working musicians. The men in the shadows.