Touted as one of the biggest voices in music today, Rossi's vocals span a wide-range from an elegant soft bass to soaring descants in a variety of styles with differing vocal qualities befitting the lyrics and flavor of each song. His live performances have been consistently described as passionate and mesmerizing, leaving "every bit of himself on stage... his music worn on his sleeve."
Mr. Rossi gained worldwide recognition by winning a televised audition (CBS) to be front-man for Tommy Lee's band, "Rockstar Supernova", in 2006. After a global tour with Lee in 2007, Rossi continued to travel the US and Canada in 2007 and 2008 on solo acoustic tours and full stage appearances with his band, "Stars Down". A prolific songwriter, Lukas later wrote, performed (all instruments), produced, and engineered 4 full albums over a short period of two years.
Rossi's songwriting and production skills have gained respect from prominent producers and major talents throughout the rock music community. In 2010 Rossi provided lyrics, melodies, and lead vocals (also contributing some production) on a Grammy-nominated album with famed producer, Andy Johns. In 2013 Queensryche released his song, Cold, as the first single from their new album, Frequency Unknown.
Most recently, Lukas is co-writing and co-producing a genre-breaking album with Grammy winner Ben Moody (Evanescence, We Are The Fallen) for The Halo Method. Together with Papa Roach founding member, Dave Buckner and Josh Newel (In This Moment), the band was introduced on the 2012 ShipRocked cruise with KORN, Godsmack, and other major names. The Halo Method's three appearances on the ship drew significant attention and accolades that centered on Rossi's dynamic, often frenetic, always compelling performances.
The monumental task of meeting the demands of these projects has not changed Rossi's desire to directly connect with his huge following of loyal fans from whom he derives his inspiration.