LaVendore Rogue may be a brand new project, but all the members have a rich and exciting history of past musical accomplishments. Here are a few highlights, ranging from before some of the band were born, to side-projects and TV appearances:
2013 – When not treading the boards with LVR, Joel and Rob can be found blowing minds with the best-true British Blues Band – Tim Aves & Wolf Pack! Here they are at Hebden Bridge…
2010 – Hokie Joint – The Way It Goes Sometimes – Music Video – Directed by Drew Cullingham and used in the film UMBRAGE.
2009 – Hokie Joint – Leave the stage to rapturous reception at Europe’s largest Blues Festival in Peer, Belgium in 2009.
2008 – Brothers Owen and Rob Barry rocking out with the Noisy Boys, with the enigmatic Essex Blues Legend and journalist and Radio DJ, Tim Aves.
1999 – Warren Lynn has shared stages with Duran Duran and Muse, but tonight he (can just about) be spotted on Chris Evan’s TFI Friday with 90’s Brit-Rockers CARSON [Formerly Jaguar}.
1989 – In the late a 80’s a little known band called Booze & Blooze featuring Cupsey on the drums won the national ‘Best of Blues’ competition sponsored by Banks Bitter and hosted by Jools Holland.
1978 –Braintree, Essex, England – Two years after the Sex Pistols burst onto the scene, The Crack was synthesied. Here’s a real band movie from back in the day featuring a boyish Cupsey!