The Story Of Rock Show...

Top event cover-band REVOC ROCKS perform 'The Story Of Rock Show', a chronolgoical journey through the evolution of rock music, 1954-2017.

The show is a nostalgic and entertaining TRIBUTE journey across seven decades, starting with rock's roots in The Blues and Rock 'n' Roll, and travelling through all genres and many sub-genres of rock, all the way up to present day. Over 70 bands are covered in one show by seamlessly grouping certain songs.

There's someting for everyone, from people who go for the 'best of' albums to 'die-hard' rock fans.

Shows can be staged from 1 hour up to the full show at 2 hours 45 minutes.

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 An All Genres Rock Tribute 

 Nostalgic & Entertaining!! 

 76+ Bands Featured!! 

The duration of the full 'Story Of Rock Show' is 2 hours 45 minutes with a short interval and is made up from the set list below. Shorter shows can be arranged for any duration from 1 hour upwards.

Full Set-List

Rock Around The Clock

1954

BILL HALEY & HIS COMETS

Ain’t That A Shame

Roll Over Beethoven

Long Tall Sally

1954

1956

1956

FATS DOMINO

CHUCK BERRY

LITTLE RICHARD

Jailhouse Rock

C’mon Everybody

1957

1958

ELVIS PRESLEY

EDDIE COCHRAN

Shakin’ All Over

1960

JOHNNY KIDD & THE PIRATES

A Hard Day’s Night

All The Day & All The Night

My Generation

1964

1964

1965

THE BEATLES

THE KINKS

THE WHO

Get Off My Cloud

I Can’t Get No Satisfaction

1965

1965

ROLLING STONES

ROLLING STONES

Boom Boom

Shake Your Moneymaker

I’m Your Witchdoctor

1965(1)

1961(1)

1965

JOHN LEE HOOKER

ELMORE JAMES

JOHN MAYALL & BLUESBREAKERS

Love Me Two Times

Strange Brew

1967

1967

THE DOORS

CREAM

Purple Haze

1967

JIMI HENDRIX

Immigrant Song

Black Night

1970

1970

LED ZEPPELIN

DEEP PURPLE

Paranoid

1970

BLACK SABBATH

Schools Out

Suffragette City

Can The Can

1972

1972

1973

ALICE COOPER

DAVID BOWIE

SUZI QUATRO

20th Century Boy

1973

T-REX

Breathe

1973

PINK FLOYD

We Will Rock You

1977

QUEEN

Pretty Vacant

Something Better Change

1977

1977

SEX PISTOLS

THE STRANGLERS

Tommy Gun

Hong Kong Garden

I Wanna Be Sedated

One Way Or Another

1978

1978

1978

1978

THE CLASH

SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES

THE RAMONES

BLONDIE

Highway To Hell

1979

AC/DC

Running Free

Living After Midnight

The Spirit Of Radio

Fools

Ace Of Spades

1980

1980

1980

1980

1980

IRON MAIDEN

JUDAS PRIEST

RUSH

VAN HALEN

MOTORHEAD

I Love Rock & Roll

Sharp Dressed Man

1982(2)

1983

JOAN JETT & THE BLACKHEARTS

ZZ TOP

In Between Days

She Sells Sanctuary

1985

1985

THE CURE

THE CULT

Animal

Wild Side

Sweet Child O’ Mine

1987

1987

1987

DEF LEPPARD

MOTLEY CRUE

GUNS ‘N’ ROSES

With Or Without You

1987

U2

Epic

Give It Away

1989

1991

FAITH NO MORE

RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS

Smells Like Teen Spirit

1991

NIRVANA

Enter Sandman

1991

METALLICA

Rocks

Love Spreads

A Design For Life

1994

1994

1996

PRIMAL SCREAM

STONE ROSES

MANIC STREET PREACHERS

Wonderwall

1995

OASIS

Time Of Your Life

1997

GREEN DAY

All The Small Things

1999

BLINK 182

How You Remind Me

Times Like These

2001

2002

NICKELBACK

FOO FIGHTERS

Dakota

2005

STEREOPHONICS

I Predict A Riot

I Bet You Look Good On The Dance Floor

2006

2006

KAISER CHIEFS

ARCTIC MONKEYS

Sex on Fire

Lonely Boy

2008

2011

KINGS OF LEON

THE BLACK KEYS

Black Chandelier

2013

BIFFY CLYRO

Night People

You’re In Love With A Psychopath

2016

2017

YOU ME AT SIX

KASABIAN

Times Is Running Out

Song 2

Livin’ On A Prayer

The Boys Are Back In Town

2003

1997

1986

1976

MUSE

BLUR

BON JOVI

THIN LIZZY

 

 

 

FINALE

 

 

Detroit Rock City

Down Down

It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll

Stay With Me

Alright Now

Get Back

Born To Be Wild

Sha La La La Lee

You Really Got Me

Johnny B Goode

1976

1974

1974

1971

1970

1969

1968

1966

1964

1958

KISS

STATUS QUO

ROLLING STONES

THE FACES

FREE

THE BEATLES

STEPPENWOLF

THE SMALL FACES

THE KINKS

CHUCK BERRY

    


(1)  Boom Boom and Shake Your Moneymaker were originally recorded in 1961 but were a part  of essential songs to cover in the mid-1960s blues clubs

(2)   I Love Rock & Roll was originally recorded by THE ARROWS in 1975

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