Rockhouse Brothers

The Rockhouse Brothers formed in 2001 when the brothers Joey and Jamie Carnwath recruited drummer Wolff “The Wolfman” Reichert. They met a year earlier when Jamie and Wolff played in the musical Buddy. They decided to form a rock ‘n’ roll band. Their first album To Go! was released in 2011. Three years later, Brasses Of Fire followed. That album featured a rockabilly version of Kim Wilde’s Kids in America.