Zach Rogue probably has a perfect name for driving electro-pop music. The Bay Area native founded Rogue Wave in 2002 after losing a job and refocusing his life around music, which was probably a good idea in retrospect. His new album, "Permalight," is out on Brushfire Records.
Songs performed: "Stars And Stripes," "Solitary Gun," and "I'll Never Leave You."
- Rogue Wave
- Rogue Wave perform in The Current studios What's the best thing to do when you find yourself unemployed? Well, go to New York City, do some recording, head back to San Francisco, ditch your solo project, and form your own indie-rock band. That's exactly what Zach Rogue did when he left his solo project, Desoto Reds, to form Rogue Wave at the end of 2002.
- Rogue Wave perform in studio Rogue Wave perform "Publish My Love," "Bird on a Wire," and "10:1"