So What's This All About?

Between '99 & '03 Rory was the most downloaded national act in the US. In Feb '00, he sold enough CDs to be under Eminem on Rolling Stone' Billboard Charts.

After years of MTV and opening for Stone Temple Pilots, Everclear, Violent Femmes and others, he left it all to became a doctor in Computational Neuroscience.

Now he's back! Yup, and within a year, millions have downloaded demo snippets and old videos. Keep tuned.

By the time Rory appeared in Rolling Stone Magazine

in the February 17, 2000 issue, it was no suprise. He was packing the house at CBGB's, Manny's Car Wash and other Manhatten clubs on a weekly basis. He was also dominating all the major music internet sites at the time, MySpace, and others as seen in the links on this web page.


erupted when Rory uploaded demo tapes and 60 second snippets: 32,000 Facebook likes, over a million YouTube hits, 400,000 SoundCloud downloads, 18,000 Twitter fans and a few thousand Reverbnation fans. Teenagers are using his songs to audion for American Idol as shown here.


It began in Venice Beach. After getting signed to EMI South Africa, Leo Sayer's manager encouraged Rory to come to California. The So Ugh L.A.! songs tracks this story that leads to massive crowds on the East Coast, cd, merch and tour $ allowed Rory to go to University.