After forming in high school in Boulder, Colorado, Rose Hill Drive became one of the most sought-after live bands garnering respect from critics and reverence from its peers.

2007 proved to be a major step forward for Rose Hill Drive. After generating great reviews and building an even bigger fan base around the world. They were honored to play with some of their biggest idols. The boys did a string of dates opening for The Who and they were even joined on stage in Chicago by none other than Pete Townshend, who jammed on The Who classic “Young Man Blues” and Rose Hill Drive’s very own “Raise Your Hands.” Rolling Stone named them one of the “Top 10 Artists to Watch” in 2007.

THE BAND:
Jake Sproul – bass, vocals
Daniel Sproul - guitar, vocals
Nathan Barnes – drums

Rose Hill Drive (2006)

Written by all three band members, produced by Rose Hill Drive and Nick DiDia (Rage Against The Machine, Pearl Jam), and recorded in January 2006 at Southern Tracks in Altanta, Georgia, this self-titled effort was done the way the music should be done – no pro tools, no auto-tuning, no studio tricks, but just pure, raw energy straight to tape.