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* Jay Yunger went on to become "J" in White Zombie
 
* Jay Yunger went on to become "J" in White Zombie
 
* Brian St. Clair became half of [http://www.localh.com/ Local H]
 
* Brian St. Clair became half of [http://www.localh.com/ Local H]
* Wes Kidd formed mega management company [http://www.silentpartnermanagement.com/ Silent Partner Management], who manages acts such as Cheap Trick & Local H
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* Wes Kidd formed http://www.silentpartnermanagement.com/ Silent Partner Management], who manages acts such as Cheap Trick & Local H
 
* Kidd & St. Clair formed the band [http://www.deepelm.com/bands/index_triple.html Triple Fast Action]
 
* Kidd & St. Clair formed the band [http://www.deepelm.com/bands/index_triple.html Triple Fast Action]
 
* Herb Rosen is the owner of popular Chicago nightclub  The Liars Club
 
* Herb Rosen is the owner of popular Chicago nightclub  The Liars Club

Revision as of 22:46, 25 February 2006

Rights of the Accused (called ROTA for short) was a Chicago band from approximately 1982 to 1991. The band was well known for their wacky live shows and funny lyrics. At some point around 1985 or so, the band's sound went from more of a punk sound to a metal sound.

Members

  • Michael O’Connell, Vocals
  • Jay Yuenger, Guitar
  • Anthony Illarde, Drums
  • Brian St. Clair, Drums
  • Herb Rosen, Bass
  • Steve Steppe, Bass
  • Wes Kidd, Guitar

Life After ROTA

Many of the members of ROTA went on to notable careers in other arenas.

External Links