Rocksteddy is an alternative rock Filipino band signed on 12 Stone Records.
History and singles:
Formerly known as Acoustic Faith, Rocksteddy was founded in March 2003 by fellow church members, a trio of Christian rockers including singer Teddy Corpuz, drummer Jeff Cucullo, and rhythm guitar Howie Ramos. In 2005, they decided to drop the Christian lyricism and acoustic style and turned to alternative rock. Singer Teddy however did not drop the spoken word element of their former music which became the signature sound of Rocksteddy. The band opened 2006 with the release of their debut album "Tsubtsatagilidakeyn." It features the hits "Lagi Mo Na Lang Akong Dinededma," "Gising Na," and the Close Up single "Smile at Me." They also provided the theme song, "Superhero," for the ABS-CBN fantasy show Super Inggo and contributed to the "Kami nAPO Muna: Tribute to the Apo Hiking Society" album with a cover of "Blue Jeans". They became part of the Manila sound tribute album, "Hopia, Mani, Popcorn", with their rendition of the Juan dela Cruz song, "No Touch".
Teddy Corpuz is a cousin of TV reporter, host and radio anchor Niña Corpuz-Rodriguez.
In 2007, the band launched their sophomore album with their single, "Break Na Tayo".
In 2009, Rocksteddy launched their 3rd album, "Ayos Lang Ako", now under PolyEast Records, with their single "Boy Kulot".
In 2013, Rocksteddy their 4th album Instadramatic now with a newest label Universal Records with their single "Matutunan Mo Rin", the concept of the album cover was a similar to the Instagram logo.