Rocco also did background vocals on La Bouche’s first album Sweet Dreams (1995), on the tracks “I'll Be There” and “Poetry In Motion”. She also appeared on the American pop-rock singer Bobby Kimball (ex Toto) album Rise Up in 1994. She replaced Trixi Delgado as female vocalist for Masterboy until 1999 and contributed to five singles and the album Colours, after which she began her solo career. Rocco is married to George Liszt and is also working for his song-school, called Scream Factory.
According to the Eurodance Encyclopædia, Rocco is now the vocalist of the world pop group Fayoum Blue. She still has contact with the Masterboy members.
Linda Rocco is the twin sister of Jodie Rocco.
Linda Rocco Discography Tracks
- 63 Vocals
- 2 Instruments & Performance
- 63 Writing & Arrangement
- 16 Featuring & Presenting
- 8 Acting, Literary & Spoken