Xavres Good AKA "Rocsolid" found his love for the drums when he was five years old and began to show a natural talent for music and rhythm. Growing up in Clinton,Mississippi, eight year old Xavres began his professional career by joining the music department at Christ Chapel Church of God in Christ where he still plays today. His cousin and mentor, Eddie Cotton Jr. was his main influence when he started palying music. Since the age of 14, Xavres has been travelling he country with his cousin, Eddie Cotton and the Mississippi Cotton Club. Xavres has opened up for some legends such as Johnny Lang, Ike Turner, and B.B.King just to name a few. Two of the albums on which he has recorded on are Eddie Cotton's Live Back at the Alamo and Grady Champion's Back in Mississippi: Live at the 930 Blues Cafe. Currently, he juggles playing with both Eddie's and Grady's band, of which he acts as the music director for the latter. To note a great accomplishment, in January 2010, Xavres, along with the rest of the Grady Champion Revue, won the International Blues Challenge in Memphis,TN. With this title they will be travelling Internationally. Xavres Good is a young up and coming that is very passionate about his gift and has a pocket and groove like no other. You will be seeing more of this young man in the near future.