Rosemary's Sons is a Dutch band which makes music described as mainstream pop/rock and rootsrock. Influences like Bruce Springsteen, Bryan Adams, Gin Blossoms, Aerosmith, CSNY, Matchbox 20, and John Hiatt are sometimes apparent but they aren't in the way of the band's own sound. The band formed in 1998. They recorded a demo album under the title Misery Loves Company which gained them attention of several music labels. With their official debut album on Warner Music, All In Hand (2002) they scored a minor hit with the single Shine which featured Dutch country/pop singer Ilse deLange. In 2005, they released their follow-up St. Eleanor's Park on V2 Music. Currently they are recording their 3rd official album, with the working title The Others.