Here we have the best Rock Band Quotes from famous authors such as Lou Barlow, Trevor Rabin, Keren Woodward, Drake Bell, Oscar Isaac. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
The Music Machine is my favorite rock band ever.
In my day, when I was a young kid, army duty was compulsory in South Africa or you go to jail. I had the choice, so I spent a year in the entertainment unit, and outside of doing shows – and I used to write for, arrange for the big band – outside of doing that, I actually had a rock band in the army.
Rock Band is more like Stairmaster than it is like rock ‘n’ roll – it’s the same steps with different degrees of difficulty.
I joke that we’re not dissimilar to a rock band in the ’70s.
We’ve always imagined ourselves as a rock band. We’ve always been a rock band playing the wrong instruments.
It’s actually not that hard to play guitar in a rock band.
‘Wii Music’ elevates the scope of music video games by moving beyond commentary on what music is – as ‘Rock Band’ and ‘Guitar Hero‘ do – to suggesting what it could be. Yet I’m still left wondering: Couldn’t it be more?
With a rock band, you play the same things over and over and over.
Ian Gillan, Roger Glover and I wanted to be a hard rock band – we wanted to play rock and roll only.
We’re more of a rock band and we have a punk influence and a pop influence.
Rock is about finding who you are. You don’t necessarily have to play your instrument very well at all. You can just barely get by and you can be in a rock band.
When it comes to influences, we are influenced not just by Japanese and overseas metal acts, but J-pop acts too. One Japanese rock band we’re particularly fond of is Seikima-II. We were attracted by their brand of devil imagery and of course, their high-quality musicianship.
For us, if you’re a rock band, there’s no way around it. You have to tour. You have to tour a whole lot.
I certainly didn’t want to be in a punk rock band, because I had already been in a punk rock band. I wanted to be in a band that could do anything – like Led Zeppelin.
As a songwriter and a singer in a successful rock band, I have had the good fortune of being surrounded by incredible musicians, lots of wonderful production on both record and onstage, and plenty of volume!
The music is at this weird intersection of dance music and indie music. It’s not quite dancey enough to do a full-blown DJ set, and it wasn’t quite rock enough for a rock band. But I guess it’s what makes us unique – drawing from a lot of different influences.
Fall Out Boy used to be my favorite rock band.
Heart has always been a rock band. It’s always been hard-rock.
If you’re going to have a rock band, you’ve got to do it while you’re young.
Later when I was in Mithibai College, Mumbai, I was a singer for a rock band.
I was a late bloomer. I was a kinda shy little kid, definitely a child of the dark side. I wanted to play guitar and be in a rock band.
I wouldn’t mind being the lead guitarist in an incredibly successful rock band. However, I don’t play the guitar.
When we first started, I didn’t know there was Christian rock or Christian music. I just thought we were a rock band that stuck to our convictions… Like every other hardcore band out there sang or screamed what they thought, we did the same thing.
When I was a vocalist, a lead singer in a rock band, I was a law student at the time. It wasn’t a professional rock band, it was for fun. I was already way out of that by the time Phantom came along. Having to learn to sing, it was such duress, having to really try and get to such a quality.
Interscope is run more like a rock band than a record company. It’s run in a very spontaneous, heartfelt way.
I wanted to be in a rock band. That’s all I ever wanted to do.
There’s always a spattering of people who see Hanson who were influenced by classic ’60’s and ’70’s rock and roll. In a lot of ways, we’re sort of the anatomy of a ’70’s rock band if you examine what we do: white guys who grew up listening to soul music from the ’50’s and ’60’s.
You don’t have to be in a rock band to write your own music.
My first rock band was called Mike and the Majestics. I was about twelve, and my older sister Kathy was the manager. There were three of us: me and a friend on guitars and a drummer. We were young, but we played for a lot of fraternity parties, plugging both guitars and a microphone into one little amplifier.
Too pop for punk, too ‘old school‘ for the New Wave, Mumps were a ’70s era New York rock band, out of time.
I like to play video games like ‘Rock Band’ and ‘Guitar Hero.’
With so much of music blurring the lines between ersatz and authenticity, at least the ‘Rock Band’ game is a tribute to rock rather than an affront.
In the realm of fakery, I would choose ‘Rock Band’ over ‘American Idol‘ or over any of the other flimsy truths masquerading as music.
I love using lots of different pedals in the studio because you have the time to experiment with sounds. But when you’re singing, fronting a rock band, and playing, you don’t really want to have to think about a lot of that stuff.
If you’re in a rock band, you’re never too tame.
I like to play ‘Rock Band’ – a lot.
I want to be the first rock band on Mars.
We’ve always wanted to do it, something you could dance to, and deep down we always thought we could bring something to the table if we could do it, but the live shows always made us pull back and be a rock band.
Well, I’ve never been in a touring rock band, it was all just high school and college, playing toga parties in frat houses.
I’m about as privileged as you can get. I’m a white, male, heterosexual front man of a rock band.
I am always looking for a cool tee shirt; maybe one with a rock band or an old advertisement.
Being in a rock band is about touring. It’s about writing songs and it’s about making records but it’s also about taking a wonderful smile onto that stage and making the people feel good about themselves.
My parents are actually very famous singers in Bulgaria. My dad was in a rock band, and my mom was in a pop group. They met, fell in love, and actually formed a group together to escape the country because it was Communist, and they couldn’t leave. They didn’t know any English but eventually found their way to America.
Def Leppard is a rock band that can sing.
Sure, we’ve had our fair share of ups and downs, but I don’t know if we’ve had more than any other rock band… we just have a way of getting ourselves into hot water.
Rilo Kiley was a rock band, so I wanted my solo records to feel different.