Rocky Votolato Lyrics

Genre: Folk

Rocky Votolato Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Time Is A Debt
2 Whiskey Straight
3 Your Darkest Eyes
4 The Blue Rose
5 Silver Trees
6 Before You Were Born
7 Red Dragon Wishes
8 The Old Holland
9 Montana
10 Lilly White
11 Postcard From Kentucky
12 What Waited For Me
13 The Rain Will Come
14 I'd Be Fine
15 The Night's Disguise
16 Crooked Arrows
17 Sun Devil
18 Silent
19 Suicide Medicine
20 Where We Left Off
21 The Wrong Side Of Reno
22 Don't Be Angry
23 I Remember Music
24 People to Impress
25 Blood in Your Eyes
26 Where We Started
27 Like a Mother
28 Secrets Of A Salesman
29 Portland Is Leaving
30 White Daisy Passing
31 I'll Catch You
32 Swallowing Swords
33 Tennessee Train Tracks
34 Don't Be Angry
35 Every Red Cent
36 End Like This
37 Uppers Aren't Necessary
38 Holding onto Water
39 One More Work Song Blues
40 Goldfield
41 She Was Only In It For The Rain
42 Cut Me In Two
43 Treasure Chest
44 One Day You Won't Be Here
45 Little Spring
46 Victims
47 Without Eyes Still Seeing
48 Alabaster
49 Ghost Writer
50 The Light and the Sound
51 Plastic Jesus
52 Blue and Gray
53 Fool's Gold
54 In A Cabin
55 Blues Shaker
56 These Old Clothes
57 Above the Water
58 Lucky Clover Coin
59 Deep in the Earth
60 Like Silver
61 Crabtree and Evelyn
62 Sunlight
63 Fragments
64 The City Is Calling
65 October
66 Work Hard
67 Television of Saints
68 Red River
69 A Discourse On Killing
70 Mix Tapes/Cell Mates
71 Tinfoil Hats
72 Start Over
73 Treepeople
74 Eyes Like Static
75 Sparklers
76 Wait Out The Days
77 Coast Lines to Follow
78 Streetlights
79 Sparks
80 Instrument
81 Death-Right
82 The Bed Is Warm
83 Don't Walk Out On Me
84 Writing Fiction

Rocky Votolato Bio

Rocky Votolato (born March 8, 1977 in Dallas, Texas), is an American singer-songwriter. He was raised in a small town called Frost, roughly 50 miles south of Dallas, until the age of 13. After his parents were divorced, his mother remarried and moved the family to the Pacific Northwest in 1991, where he attended Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, Washington. Alienated by his southern roots, the isolation led him to focus all of his attention on learning to play guitar and writing songs. Inspired by seeing many punk shows including bands like Jawbreaker and Fugazi, he started several different musical projects while in high school.

When his former band Lying on Loot disbanded in 1996, Votolato, along with friends Rudy Gajadhar (drums) and Andrew Hartley (bass), started playing under the name Waxwing. His younger brother Cody (The Blood Brothers) soon joined the band on second guitar, and the band recorded their debut 7" for Henry's Finest Recordings. In 1999, Second Nature Recordings released their first full-length, entitled For Madmen Only.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocky_Votolato