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rock the house

slang To elicit an enthusiastic response from an audience that one is performing for. Man, we really rocked the house! Did you see all those people dancing to our music? It's a great speech—I think you're going to rock the house tonight.
See also: house, rock
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8221; Alice Cooper rocks the house on Thursday March 28 with a little help from rock & roll super-stars including Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer of KISS, Robby Krieger of the DOORS, Sebastian Bach, and Joey Allen of WARRANT.
So imagine my delight when season six comes along this summer and rocks the house better than ever before.
Connect with your industry peers at fun networking events like ARA Rocks the House at the House of Blues and the live and silent equipment auctions.
9 The keynote address at the Second Annual QLaw Banquet of the LGBT Bar Association of Washington was given by Justice Virginia Linder, the first woman to win a seat on the Oregon Supreme Court and the first openly lesbian member of any state's highest court 10 Out at New York's Lambda Book Awards with (from left) authors Michelle Tea and Tristan Taormino, and Taormino's partner Colten 11 Gloribel represents at Orlando, Fla's Girls in Wonderland 12 Joan Jett rocks the house at L.
While every track on this CD rocks the house, it is the throbbing beat of "Caballos Locos," the last song on the album, that will touch your soul.
LOS ANGELES -- VACO Los Angeles, LLC (VACO), a leading consulting and placement firm named Best Place to Work by the Los Angeles Business Journal, today announced its support for Kidsave Rocks the House of Blues, Hollywood, Sunset Strip on Saturday, June 11, 5:30 p.
All are invited to attend and support the "Kidsave Rocks the House of Blues" benefit and fundraiser, which will be hosted by Frank Mottek (KNX radio) and Wendy Burch (KTLA-TV), and feature: Thunder Road, a tribute to the music of Bruce Springsteen; a silent auction; a raffle; a live auction; cocktails, appetizers and dinner; and a VIP after-party.
Taped live in San Francisco at the historic Fillmore, Aisha lights up the crowd with a balls-out show that totally rocks the house.
Welsh singer Christopher Rees will have politicians going wild in the aisles when he rocks the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday.