A longtime bassist using the rockabilly revival trio the Stray Pet cats, Lee Rocker was created Lee Drucker in 1961. With fellow Very long Isle schoolmates Brian Setzer and Slim Jim Phantom, he shaped the Stray Pet cats in 1979. The group relocated to London the next year, scoring some U.K. TOP strikes including “Runaway Young boys,” “Stray Kitty Strut,” and “Rock and roll This City” before coming back stateside to take pleasure from similar achievement. The group’s meteoric rise got its toll for the bandmembers, nevertheless, and in 1983 they split; Rocker and Phantom after that recruited ex-David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick to create Phantom, Rocker & Slick, rating a minor strike in 1985 with “Males Without Pity.” The Stray Pet cats re-formed in 1986, failing woefully to recapture their past glories; concurrently, Rocker also collaborated with famous brands Carl Perkins and Dave Edmunds. Within the wake of 1992’s Choo Choo Popular Seafood, the Stray Pet cats once again dissolved, with Setzer quickly learning to be a leading shape in the golf swing revival motion; Rocker, meanwhile, installed a solo profession that commenced in 1994 using the recording Big Blue and continuing with attempts including 1995’s Atomic Boogie Hour, 1998’s No Pet cats, and 1999’s Lee Rocker Live. Four years exceeded before he came back using the blistering Bulletproof around the 33rd Road label. Racin’ the Devil made an appearance in 2006 on Alligator, accompanied by Dark Cat Bone tissue in 2007 and Rock and roll This World in ’09 2009.