Rocker

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Rocker or rockers may refer to:

Social groups[edit]

Music[edit]

Objects[edit]

  • Rocker (laboratory), a device used for mixing applications
  • Rocker arm, part of a 4-stroke engine
  • Rocker or rocker panel, the body section of a vehicle below the door openings
  • a rocker, or Cradle, was a mechanical contrivance used in placer mining
  • Rocker, a metal tool with small teeth used in mezzotint printmaking
  • Rocker, the top and bottom parts of a "backpatch" or Colors often worn by a member of a motorcycle club
  • a rocking chair, or one of the curved bands which support it
  • Kayak rocker or Canoe rocker, in nautical design, the change in the hull's curvature over its length
  • Barbie and the Rockers (branded in Europe as Barbie and the Rock Stars), a doll line made by Mattel
  • Pocket Rockers, a brand of music player produced by Fisher-Price
  • Rocker - the bottom of a boat

Sport[edit]

Films[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Places[edit]

People with the family name[edit]

  • Fermin Rocker (1907–2004), painter and illustrator
  • John Rocker (born 1974), American Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Lee Rocker (born 1961), stage name of American rockabilly musician Leon Drucker
  • Rudolf Rocker (1873–1958), German writer, historian and prominent anarchist
  • Tracy Rocker (born 1966), American college football coach and former player

See also[edit]