For more than ten years we've given a stage to more than three thousand adult non-pro musicians. This is a gallery of various clips documenting these most incredible moments across so many great years. From band performance clips to a short documentary of the first day the LOR was kicked off, all the way to a full length documentary. It's all here.
From day one... This is the moment the League Of Rock was founded.
This part II of the League Of Rock from the day it was founded.
Welcome to the League Of Rock. This full length documentary follows the lives of various adult non-pro musicians through ten weeks of "full contact music". Witness the peaks and valleys and take this journey with them... You'll laugh and cry and you'll wanna hit the stage with them.
When MuchMusic came knocking, they were thinking reality series... They shot this little teaser to throw it up the pole with senior management. The top brass believed it would cost millions of dollars to cast it, and kiboshed it. Still fun to watch. Keep your eye on Joe Crash :)
Check out one of the League Of Rock bands after 10 Weeks. The LOR brings strangers together, builds bands and after nine Wednesdays, gives them a big stage and packed house. It's always a blast to see the final show.
League Of Rock band The Condors knocks it out'a the park with their cover of Hard To Handle from the Black Crows.
Check out League Of Rock band The Alpha Dawgs as they open for Michael White & The White at The Docks, live in Toronto.
Welcome to the League Of Rock. This feature appeared on GuitarPIcks TV. It follows the League Of Rock through the unique process of taking a group of strangers through ten weeks of "full contact music". Follow their journey and experience the "hidden musical population".
This is the League Of Rock feature on GuitarPicks TV focused on Recording.
The 1st Year Anniversary for The League Of Rock in Ottawa.
League Of Rock in very early days. 'Nuff said...
The League Of Rock on Global TV during it's first year launch.
League Of Rock Bands played to 8,000 people at The Grey Cup Festival in 2007.