- n. Plural form of rocker.
- n. originally a British youth subculture that evolved out of the teddy boys in the 1960s; wore black leather jackets and jeans and boots; had greased hair and rode motorcycles and listened to rock'n'roll; were largely unskilled manual laborers
“I celebrate people with beating hearts, who keep time in rockers on wood porches.”
“The good, however, does outweigh the bad (as it almost always does) and Ms. Lunchbox was kind enough to grant me an account on her site which includes a photo album filled to bursting with pictures of punk rockers from the Chicagoland area circa mid-late eighties.”
“WHEN bass player Gavin Burrough replaced Gareth Davies in Welsh rockers Funeral For A Friend last year he quickly pointed out where he thought the band could improve.”
“KINGS OF LEON The rockers are a constant radio presence with hit singles "Sex on Fire" and "Use Somebody." 7: 30 p.m.”
“I woouldn't walk accross the street to pee on AC DC or any of these so called rockers!”
“And next September a bunch of big-name rockers will come to your stadium to lip-sync a bunch of songs before your favorite team kicks off the NFL season.”
“Rolling Stone Guitar Hero will be adding three packs of huge name rockers from the 90's and 00's next month, but the real big deal in February will be the first appearance of Black Sabbath master tracks.”
“Myself, I find 6 out of the 7 songs in this album, as pleasant, as the last songs mentioned before, with a bit less of substance due to production, and a bit lack of power and new ideas like I mentioned before, but they still are worthwhile rockers, which is what you're expecting from a band like Deep Purple, right?.”
“Let me tell you, he could teach today's so-called rockers how to get it done.”
“ Sly was credited with transforming reggae in the Seventies by adding to the classic one-drop rhythm a double drumming style known as rockers, which gave it an American disco sound.”
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