When rocker and comedian Dave Rollin was a kid, he would watch a movie about an American band called the Cultured Stones, which he remembers being pretty good.
“That was all I wanted to know about,” he says.
“But when I got to college, I started to think, ‘Oh, yeah, I’m going to have to get back to rock and roll.'”
That’s when he found the cult of the Cultivated Stone, which led to his breakthrough album, The Cultivated Stones.
Rollin also met his wife, Kelly, who was also a musician, when they were teenagers.
“I thought, ‘What is a rocker doing here?'” he says, laughing.
He found a rock star in his friend and soon became a regular at a local comedy club.
“We would go there and we would talk about how we had all these rock stars in the club, and the next day I would be going back there to talk about the same thing,” he explains.
“The same kind of talk that had come up on the show, and that was the most enjoyable conversation I had ever had.”
Rollins is now touring around the country and performing on television shows and festivals around the world.
His latest album, which has sold over 10 million copies worldwide, is called Cultured Rock, and it is a mixture of his original songs and covers.
“People love my original songs,” he told Mashable.
“It’s a rock song that’s more of a pop song than an R&B song.
It’s about getting out of the car and trying to do something new.
I’m doing a lot of singing on it, but there are a lot more instrumentals.
It doesn’t sound like a typical rock song.”
The songs are a combination of some of the most memorable moments from the cult classic film, the cult favorite TV show and his own life.
“There are a bunch of songs that have a lot to do with the movie and some of my own life,” he said.
“Some of them are a little bit about getting high on the night I got arrested.
I did a song called ‘Pimpin’, where I’m a pimp, and there’s some music from the movie, and some lyrics from my autobiography.
There’s a song about a rockstar in a nightclub.
There are songs about going to Vegas, going to bars and going to clubs.
There is a song that has a video of me doing an off-stage interview, which is just about being on stage.”
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