One of the hottest bands of 2001 were The Rosenbergs. They personified power pop at the turn of the new millennium, with a hard rock catchy sound that compared well to Cheap Trick. To say they had an intransigent relationship toward the music business is an understatement. They refused to give in to draconian terms record labels offered and paved the way for artist independence and integrity. This was when major labels still had all the power and it was rare to see any up and coming musician reject and defy them. The bands discography is short, but essential: Ameripop (before they were signed in 1999), Mission You (2001) and Department Store Girl (2004)
Read the bands history and what happened to them here in this Powerpopaholic exclusive interview with lead guitarist and vocalist David Fagin.