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Roughhouse was an American glam metal band founded as Teeze in 1980. They released an independent album, the self-titled debut - Teeze. Their name was changed to Roughhouse in 1988 when they scored a record deal with CBS/Columbia records. Veteran producer Max Norman was hired to produced they self-titled - Roughhouse. Their video for the single "Tonite" was played regularly on MTV at the time. In 1991, the band broke up but reunited for some shows in 1992, 1993, 2002-2008, and most recently in 2016. The members of the band are vocalist Luis Rivera, guitarists Rex Eisen and Gregg Malack, bassist Dave Weakley, and drummer Mike Natalini.​


On October 15, 2016, Roughhouse performed their first show in 8 years at the Whiskey Tango in Philadelphia. This was followed with more shows in 2017 and the band is still currently performing. They are negotiating a record deal and considering re-releasing their catalog.

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