River City High

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River City High
Origin Richmond, Virginia
Genres Hard rock
Years active 1999 – Present
Labels Takeover Records
Big Wheel Recreation
Doghouse Records
Website rivercityhigh.com
Members James Menefee
Mark Avery
Chip Cosby
Gregg Brooks

River City High is a rock band from Richmond, Virginia. Like many Richmond punk bands, they incorporate other influences into their music, specifically classic rock. They formed out of the bands Fun Size and Inquisition, the latter also including members who would form Strike Anywhere and Ann Beretta.

They released their debut EP in 2000 on Big Wheel Recreation, and quickly signed to Doghouse Records thereafter. For the next three years the group toured the United States, playing over 200 shows a year.[1] They signed a contract with MCA Records but the company folded in 2003 before they could release the material they had recorded for the label.[1] Following some lineup changes, the group returned to Doghouse, and won the 2004 MTV Dew Circuit Breakout contest.[1]


  • James Menefee - bass and lead vocals
  • Mark Avery - guitar
  • Chip Cosby - guitar
  • Gregg Brooks - drums
  • Pedro Aida
  • Greg Butler
  • Johnathan Sullivan
  • Cam DiNunzio
  • Bobby Raw
  • Jay McMillan
  • Curtis Patton
  • Allen Skillman


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