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The Rocket Summer was born on 31 December, 1982 in Texas, United States, is an American singer-songwriter. At 38 years old, The Rocket Summer height not available right now. We will update The Rocket Summer's height soon as possible.

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The Rocket Summer Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 31 December 1982
Birthday 31 December
Birthplace Texas, United States
Nationality United States

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His wife is Tara Avary (m. 2005)

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The album Sweet Shivers was released. Followed by The Rocket Summer 2019 US tour.

Substream Magazine states, "The newest album Zoetic embraces electronic elements without ignoring Avary’s infallible knack for hooks—think of it as if Trent Reznor, Mutemath and Paper Route formed a supergroup in secret."


In the summer of 2017, The Rocket Summer celebrated the 10 Year Anniversary of the album, Do You Feel which included a first time release of the album on vinyl and a headlining tour of North America and the UK. The vinyl album debuted #20 on the Billboard Vinyl Album Charts upon its release in June.


Avary's sixth full-length album Zoetic released on February 26, 2016. The album has received the most favorable reviews to date. Alternative Press magazine gave the album 4.5 of 5 stars stating "the album proves true to its namesake by roaring to life with unyielding passion, authenticity and a whole lot of guitars."

The Rocket Summer performed a DJ set at Emo Nite in Los Angeles in December 2016.


Rick Anderson of Allmusic described his music as a range of "headlong blasts of pure power pop cheer" to "sonata form" and ballads—all of which Anderson categorized as "infectiously joyful." The Rocket Summer's music is marked by his use of guitar, piano, bass, percussion, and melodic hooks.


The Rocket Summer is the solo-project of Bryce Avary who is based in Dallas–Fort Worth, Texas. Avary is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and record producer. He writes and produces every song on his records, and plays every instrument on them.

The Rocket Summer digitally released 'Christmas Madness EP' on Aviate Records December 3, 2013 debuting 45 on Billboard' s Top Independent Albums and performed two sold out shows in Anaheim and Dallas to support this digital release.


He has released six studio albums and several EPs. His fifth release in 2012, Life Will Write the Words, was 58 on The Billboard 200 and 12 on Billboard Top Modern Rock/Alternative Albums as well as 12 on Top Independent Albums. His fourth release, Of Men and Angels, held the No. 1 Top Album spot on iTunes upon its release in 2010. AP Magazine called him one of "100 bands you need to know."

On June 5, 2012, The Rocket Summer released their fifth full-length studio album, Life Will Write the Words on their own record label Aviate Records. It debuted 58 on The Billboard 200 and 12 on The Billboard Top Modern Rock/Alternative Albums and 12 on the Top Independent Albums charts. This record was well received by fans who enjoyed a full Rocket Summer US Tour. Soon after releasing the album, the music video "200,000" debuted on Alternative Press.


On February 23, 2010, The Rocket Summer released his fourth studio album, 'Of Men and Angels on Island Def Jam. The album debuted at No. 1 on iTunes, surpassing The Black Eyed Peas' The E.N.D. which had previously held the No. 1 spot for Top Album. To promote the new album, Avary performed the album's lead single "Walls" on KDFW's Good Day Dallas and KTBC's Good Day Austin, and held a sold out hometown album release party at the Granada Theatre in Dallas, TX. The Rocket Summer toured with OneRepublic, Goo Goo Dolls and the 16th annual Vans Warped Tour in promotion of the record. In March 2010, TRS was named one of Shred News's "10 Artists to Watch in 2010." On October 19, 2010, The Rocket Summer released a five-song digital-only EP, entitled Of Men and Angels: B-Sides. Avary co-wrote the song "Stomping The Roses" for American Idol alum, David Archuleta which appeared on his second full-length album, The Other Side Of Down debuted in October 2010. On May 24, 2011, Avary released an acoustic live album entitled Bryce Avary, His Instruments and Your Voices for free via The Rocket Summer's website.


Avary recorded his fourth studio album, Of Men and Angels at Ocean Studios in Burbank, CA, from February to April 2009. Mixed with Neal Avron and engineered / co-produced with CJ Eiriksson, Avary described the album as "the most substance-filled Rocket Summer album to date." To hold fans over, The Rocket Summer released a digital 4-track EP entitled You Gotta Believe in October 2009. The EP featured three tracks off the LP Of Men and Angels and one bonus track. The EP debuted at No. 23 on the Billboard charts for Digital Albums. The Rocket Summer's "You Gotta Believe" music video premiered on AOL in December 2009, and featured clips of fans singing and playing along to the track. The video was directed by award-winning director Randy Scott Slavin.

Avary attended and performed at the Dallas Rescue for the Invisible Children campaign in Dallas, TX, on April 25, 2009. On June 23, 2009, Avary played at the closing ceremony for the Invisible Children rally, "How It Ends," which took place on the White House Ellipse Lawn in Washington D.C. He also played the Heavy and Light Tour 2010, an annual acoustic tour supporting To Write Love on Her Arms.


The album's lead single "So Much Love", was warmly received by critics for its uniqueness and use of horn section. The "So Much Love" music video was directed by MTV Music Video Award-winning director Shane Drake. The Rocket Summer released the second single "Do You Feel" and its music video on September 5, 2008. The video was co-directed and funded by Bryce Avary with director Nate Weaver. The video featured stories of people with issues such as homelessness, addiction, disease and abuse. The video also featured cameos from artists Andrew McMahon of Jack's Mannequin, Matt Thiessen of Relient K, Josh Farro and Jeremy Davis of Paramore, Mike Herrera of MxPx, and Forrest Kline of Hellogoodbye and Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low.


In November 2006, The Militia Group re-released The Rocket Summer's self-released 1999 EP as The Early Years EP, and Avary signed with major record label Island Def Jam Records. Do You Feel was released in July 2007; the album reached No. 44 on the Billboard 200 and No. 16 on the Billboard Top Rock Albums charts.


Avary attended Grapevine High School where he helped form a dodgeball team named The Bombardment Society, inspired by Wes Anderson's film Rushmore. The team became the high school's largest organization at the time of his attendance. Prior to launching his music career as The Rocket Summer, Avary worked as a Starbucks barista — an experience that inspired him to write the song "This is Me" off of his album Calendar Days. On January 7, 2005, Avary married his long-time girlfriend, Tara.


In November 2004, Avary began working on his second album, Hello, Good Friend. The album peaked at No. 26 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. To promote the album, The Rocket Summer toured the US and Japan.


Avary recorded, produced, and released his debut album, Calendar Days, in 2003. The album was recorded in Eudora, Kansas.


In 2000, Avary self-released his first EP at the age of 17. The EP included songs he had written between the ages 14 to 16. He distributed the EP under the name The Rocket Summer, at the suggestion of a friend, to local stores to be sold on consignment; the name was inspired by Ray Bradbury's short story collection The Martian Chronicles, which his friend was reading at the time. Avary described the project as initially "just a really fun experiment." After the EP's original 1000 copies sold out, it went out of print until it was later re-released as The Early Years EP under The Militia Group in November 2006.