Dating site for rockers
Most use the swipe-right-to-approve-someone mechanic. They’re typically free, and use filters and algorithms to do the work for you. Right now, Tinder seems to be sticking with its one-app-fits-all approach, and CEO Sean Rad told me it wasn’t focused on catering to niches.And anytime you long for companionship or just another warm body, you can try your luck at the big singles bar that is the Internet. Joining each additional dating app has almost no added *cost*. Hence, the rise of Hinge for yuppies, The League for elitists, Bumble for shy guys, The Catch for wordsmiths, Meld for black professionals, Willow for those who care about personality not looks, Heavenly Sinful for those who want to get laid, Thaijoop for ladyboys (kathoey), Salad Match for health nuts, Uniform Dating for people in the armed forces, and the list goes on. The only preferences you can choose for who you see are age, distance, and gender.Robert "Fish" Fishman is the extremely dedicated and astoundingly passionate drummer for the eighties hair band Vesuvius, who is living the rock n' roll dream until he is unceremoniously kicked out of the band. Some of the scenes were filmed in Toronto, Canada (not actually Ohio).Twenty years after his rock star fantasies are destroyed, just when Fish has finally given up all hope, he hears that his nephew's high school rock band A. The Chinatown scene was filmed on Spadina street in Toronto's Asian district.
As of February 2011, the site claims to have an active user base between 5–6,000 users.
It facilitates heterosexual, same sex and polyamorous relationships.
The service allows members of the site to search for matches by lifestyle interests, music genre preferences, or by specific favorite band preferences in addition to the traditional gender, age and distance criteria.
Rockn Roll Dating was created by Daniel House, an entrepreneur and musician best known for his contribution to the Seattle “grunge” music movement of the 1980s and '90s, In 1998, House began working at Real Networks, where he was first exposed to the delivery of online content and web technologies in-general.
After being laid off in 2001, he went back to school to complete a degree in web development.