The Raskins / Press

“The Raskins announced by Motley Crue as opener on “The Final Tour” with special guest Alice Cooper. Los Angeles – The Raskins have now officially announced our inclusion to the MOTLEY CRUE “THE FINAL TOUR” with Special Guest ALICE COOPER. We will be doing 66 North America Dates all throughout the USA. So for those of you hitting the FINAL TOUR– Come early! We’re honored to be included in this now “3 Ring Circus” We will kick it off with 3 dates next week with “SAVING ABEL” See the Itinerary Below- Off to the Races! WITH SAVING ABEL: Fri 06/27/14 Flint, MI The Machine Shop Sat 06/28/14 Traverse City, MI Ground Zero Sun 06/29/14 Joliet, IL Mojoes MC_TheRaskins_June_21_2014_1 DODGE PRESENTS: MOTLEY CRUE: THE FINAL TOUR (WITH VERY SPECIAL GUEST: ALICE COOPER & THE RASKINS) July 2nd thru Nov.22nd”

“Hollywood, CA — The Raskins are scheduled to give their fans and listeners a long awaited live performance of their new single “Need Another Hero” at the famous Viper Room in Los Angeles. Located at Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood, The Viper Room has become a cult destination thanks to its previous owner, actor Johnny Depp. The Raskins will perform on Saturday, July 6 at 10 pm. However, it is not merely a live performance that has The Raskin fans so excited. On this special occasion, twin brothers Logan and Roger, who together form the rock and roll band The Raskins, will officially release their brand new video single “Need Another Hero”. The Raskins have had enormous online success with their music videos in the past, so expectations for this long-awaited video are no less than sky high.”

“THE RASKINS SOAR WITH WORLDWIDE POPULARITY (Daily News Los Angeles) - August 21, 2012 - Hollywood, California – The Raskins are comprised of brothers Logan and Roger Raskin, who were born and raised in New York City. The pair has been independently marketing their brand of mainstream rock music to the public with outstanding results and numbers via YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Their two new videos “We Had It All” and “Lost In The Dark” are gaining steam and streams on YouTube while numbers at Twitter have increased exponentially. Their enormous success preempts the bands next upcoming self titled album which is slated for a Spring 2014 release with a National and World tour to follow.”

“LA WEEKLY Picks Of The Week Well as it's going to be done, Pop Rock music is coming back to the top now. The Raskins bring a touch of that early 60's rock n roll groove back with pure raw energy mixed with a fresh new modern sound. "For old and new school fans alike, The Raskins are a sight for sore eyes!" From the bands buzz and loyal following these boys are headed to the top. "Finally a band has arrived with an original sound and energy the music scene has been missing for quite some time." ”

Greg Burk - LA Weekly

“MEAN STREET Vol.19 No.12 Juke Joint 213 Bellmore: The Raskins blew into Bellmore's Juke Joint brandishing there brand of Pop Rock Music this past May. Mixed with a classic sound from the woodstock era to a modern day sound, combined with the image and attitude you end up with a recipe for a highly entertaining stew that is The Raskins. Truly a powerful and emotional project, The Raskins are equally impressive with tact and restraint which they displayed tonight. Along with virtuosity and a very strong stage presence the Raskins are nothing short of exceptional. What a great and fresh new sound for our music future!!”

Ron Garmon - Mean Street

“Artist Review-Vol.22 No.1 The Raskins video entitled "We Had It All" It's nice to hear and see artists whose music immediately jumps from the speakers. "We Had It All"" shows The Raskins are a powerful World Pop Rock Act with immediate impact, while the video and song "Lost In The Dark" charges like a runaway train with such excitement and energy. It's clear that these brothers understand how to write music with hooks and tremendous radio potential. The Raskins are a project to be on the lookout for!!!"”

Sarah Torribio - The Music Connection

“Hollywood, California – THE RASKINS ONLINE SUCCESS CONTINUES. (Pasadena Star-News) Living together on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, The Raskins began performing and honing their craft in some of New York Cities most popular and highly regarded clubs. Largely influenced by their parents, father Tommy Raskin, a well-respected Broadway stage star who acted in West Side Story as “Tony” and also performed as a prominent actor in Oklahoma, South Pacific, Damn Yankees, and Guys and Dolls. Their mother, Judy Lee, was a notable jazz great. She became one of the premiere jazz singers of her time performing with some of Americas most popular artists. From their up bringing and growth in the New York City music scene, the Raskins would clearly become known for their ability to perform live. Developing over the years as composers, the brothers would embellish their own style, and brand of music. This ultimately would define who and what they are all ab”