Bottle Rockets, The

Also known as Bottle Rockets, Bottlerockets, Bottlerockets, The
Members of Bottle Rockets, The: Brian Henneman, John Horton (3), Keith Voegele, Mark Ortmann, Tom Parr, Tom Ray (2)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.bottlerocketsmusic.com/, http://www.myspace.com/bottlerocketsmusic, http://bitemefanboy.wordpress.com/2009/01/03/i-love-my-country-side-the-bottle-rockets/, http://www.bloodshotrecords.com/artist/bottle-rockets

Discography of Bottle Rockets, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Zoysia 11 Audio 2006-06-06 Bloodshot Records
2 Bottle Rockets 13 Audio 1993-09-12 East Side Digital
3 Brand New Year 14 Audio 1999 Doolittle Records
4 Zoysia 11 Audio 2006
5 Leftovers 9 Audio 1996 Doolittle Records
6 The Brooklyn Side 14 Audio 1994 TAG Recordings
7 Live In Heilbronn / Germany 33 Audio 2006 Blue Rose Records (2)
8 Songs Of Sahm 13 Audio 2001 Bloodshot Records
9 Songs Of Sahm 13 Audio 2002 Blue Rose Records (2)
10 Zoysia 11 Audio 2006 Bloodshot Records
11 The Long Way / Slo Toms 2 Audio 2009 Euclid Records
12 Live In Heilbronn / Germany 31 Audio 2006 Blue Rose Records (2)
13 Zoysia 11 Audio 2006 Blue Rose Records (2)
14 Blue Sky 13 Audio 2003 When!
15 Leftovers 9 Audio 2004 New West Records
16 Bottle Rockets The Brooklyn Side 57 Audio 2013-11-19 Bloodshot Records
17 Always On The Outside / Radar Gun 2 Audio 1994
18 Leftovers 9 Audio 2000 New West Records
19 Brand New Year 14 Audio 1999 Doolittle Records


Brian Henneman released a solo single called [i]Indianapolis[/i] in 1992. When that single garnered a record deal, Brian formed the Bottle Rockets together with Tom Parr, Tom Ray & Mark Ortmann.

The 3rd album [i]"24 Hours A Day[/i] was released under the label Atlantic Records.

Tom Ray left the band in 1997.

On the album [i]Brand New Year[/i] the new member Robert Kearns plays the bass guitar.

In 2001 the band signed a record deal with Bloodshot Records.

The first release under Bloodshot Records was [i]Songs Of Sahm[/i]. It was a tribute to Doug Sahm (Sir Douglas Quintet).

John Horton replaced Tom Parr in 2003

Robert Kearns left the band in March 2005 and was replaced by Keith Voegele.


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