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Rockhead (1993)
Background information
OriginVancouver, British Columbia, Canada
GenresHard rock
Years active1991 (1991)–1993 (1993)

Rockhead was a Canadian hard rock music group formed in 1991 in Vancouver by Bob Rock.


Already a well-established music producer, guitarist Bob Rock formed the group in 1991 with his Payola$ and Rock and Hyde bandmate, drummer Chris Taylor, as well as vocalist Steve Jack and bassist Jamey Koch.[1] Jack and Koch, as well as keyboardist John Webster, were all local Vancouver, British Columbia musicians.[2] Their debut single was called "Heartland". Rock produced the band's debut effort, which was released on Capitol Records in 1992.[3] Members of Bon Jovi, The Cult, and Little Caesar guested on the album.[2] The singles "Bed of Roses" and "Chelsea Rose" followed,[4] as did a tour supporting Bon Jovi.[5] However, the album did not sell well,[3] and soon after the group disbanded and Rock returned to his career in production.


  • Steve Jack - lead vocals, harmonica
  • Bob Rock - guitars, backing vocals
  • Jamey Koch - bass, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • John Webster - keyboards, hammond organ, piano, backing vocals
  • Chris Taylor - drums

Touring members

  • David "Ziggy" Sigmund - guitars

Session members

  • Billy Duffy - guitar (also tour guest)
  • Richie Sambora - guitar
  • Jimmy "Apache" Hayne - guitar
  • Kenny Greer - pedal steel guitar, slide guitar
  • Marc LaFrance - backing vocals
  • David Steele - backing vocals
  • Scott Humphrey - programming



  1. ^ Rockhead at Allmusic
  2. ^ a b Rockhead at SleazeRoxx
  3. ^ a b Review of Rockhead.
  4. ^ Rockhead Archived 2012-07-11 at at Jam! Canoe Pop Encyclopedia
  5. ^ Rockhead at Muze