Daxx & Roxane are a ‘full-throttle’ 4 piece rock n’ roll band originating from Switzerland, now based in London (UK).

Citing Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and Mötley Crüe as key influences, it’s no wonder that Kerrang! Magazine has hailed them as “tooth-and-nail, testosterone-powered rock.”. Their philosophy “Rock ’n’ Roll is all about energy. All about creating an adrenaline rush” is reflected in their intense live shows, as anyone who witnessed their storming homecoming gig at the Montreux Jazz Festival would certainly tell you.
The band was also handpicked as main support at HIM’s final UK show in December 2017 at the Camden Roundhouse, which speaks for itself.

Their commitment to writing songs with killer riffs that grab you and refuse to let go, and huge chorus hooks that mark them as instant classics, is reflected in their highly praised debut album, ‘Ticket to Rock’. Their second studio album, rightfully self-titled ‘Daxx & Roxane’, showed the world they have what it takes to continue on the right tracks. Released in the middle of the world’s lockdown, it ended up on many shelves around the globe, from the UK to Japan, from Australia to the USA.

In the past 3 years, they started collaborating with world-known people from the industry. To mention just a few, they worked with Brit Award-winning producer Pedro Ferreira (The Darkness, Meatloaf, The Stereophonics) and legendary Don Airey (Deep Purple) on the single ‘Interstellar’, with the video being exclusively premiered on Planet Rock.

With songs that have collectively spent over 50 weeks on the Planet Rock playlist and a host of 9 and 10 out of 10 album reviews, singles being played all over the world on more than 80 radio stations, both albums have proven being worth a listen.

Hard Rock Hell Mag might just be right in suggesting that, “Daxx & Roxane are on the fast track to Superstardom…”

In 2022, the band released a cover EP called ‘Drop’. This EP was their creative work in between albums. It was a way to exercise the music that inspired them and also to experiment with new recording techniques at their home studio. As an effort to not go for any obvious covers, they worked on more than a 100 songs and ended with these four tracks that really stood out in their style.

2023 is set to be a great new chapter for the band.
Not only they’ve already secured many live shows – from tours to headline festivals, but they are also recording their highly anticipated third album.
Grab your seat and fasten your seatbelt, the Daxx & Roxane train is coming!

Daxx & Roxane are :
Cedric Pfister – Vocals & Bass
Cal Wymann – Lead Guitar
Luca Senaldi – Drums
Simon Golaz – Rhythm Guitar & Harmonica


Album ‘Daxx & Roxane’

Released May 2020 via D&R Records

Album ‘Ticket To Rock’

Released March 2017 via Justice Brothers Records


Released March 2022 via D&R Records


Album ‘Ticket To Rock’

“It sounds incredible, absolutely huge”
Powerplay Magazine   

“The unabashed gusto and conviction that’s spread throughout this record is completely infectious”

“This new Def Leppard song is aweso… Hold up, this isn’t them! But it’s just as big and shiny and rock-y”

Album ‘Daxx & Roxane’

“Invest heavily in this lot, because this is a classic in the waiting!”
Powerplay Magazine

“Loud, proud and with the killer choruses to carry a crowd, the future is theirs for the taking.”

“If you ever wondered how a band should follow up their debut album, here’s the answer!”
Rock Media UK 

“There are songs on their latest self-titled album that would make their heroes proud!”
Sunday Sport

Other praise

“I haven’t had this much fun in the studio for a very long time, Daxx & Roxane are not just fun to work with, they are a fantastic bunch of musicians and they truly rock.”
Pedro Ferreira

“A tooth and nail, testosterone-powered rock band… Does it rock? Hell Yeah!”

Single ‘Heal‘ won Track of the Week on Classic Rock Magazine.

Single ‘Give It Time‘ was picked up by more than 80 radio stations worldwide, including: Planet Rock (UK), A Rádio Rock (Brazil), Idobi Radio (USA), Radio 112 (Germany), 2BBB (Australia)





HIM @ The Roundhouse – London, UK

Biters @ The Underworld – London, UK



Manchester – Soup Kitchen
Glasgow – Audio
Newcastle – Jumpin Jacks
Nottingham – Rock City
Wolverhampton – Slade Rooms
Bristol – Louisiana
Tunbridge Wells – Forum Basement
London – Camden Assembly


HRH Ibiza Road Trip – Eden Ibiza, Spain

Stone Free Festival – The O2 London, UK

Hopfest – Sussex, UK

Oxjam – Reading, UK


18 dates across the UK supporting the Norfolk band ‘Bad Touch’

Newcaste – Uni
Glasgow – Cathouse
Inverness – Ironworks
Edinburgh – Bannermans
Manchester – Academy
Derby – Flowerpot
Hull – The Welly
Sheffield – Corporation
Leeds – Wardrobe

Stockton – ARC
Stoke – Eleven
Norwich – Waterfront
London – ULU
Southampton – The 1865
Bridgewater – Cobblestones
Saltash – Livewire
Oxford – Bully
Wolverhampton – Robin 2



Borderline – London, UK
HRH Sleaze (second stage) – Sheffield, UK
Outlaw Rock N Roll Weekend – Glossop, UK
The Big Red – London, UK

Co-headline with ‘King Creature’ and ‘Deever’
Main support for ‘The Dust Coda’
Main support for ‘Doomsday Outlaw’

Camden Rocks Festival – London, UK

Main support for Tantric (US) @ The Unicorn – London, UK

Support for Marco Mendoza (US) @ The Underworld – London, UK

Wildfire Festival – Scotland



9 dates unfortunately cut short due to Covid-19

Blackpool – Waterloo
Edinburgh – Bannermans
Newcastle – Head of Steam
Sheffield – Corporation

Nuneaton – Queens Hall
Swindon – The Victoria
London – The Lounge
St Austell – Band Club
Ilfracombe – The Pier

With supports from many NWOCR renowned bands, such as:
Blue Nation, Ryders Creed, Empyre, The Rocket Dolls, Dig Lazzarus, Twister, Loz Campbell and Crooked Shapes


All cancelled or postponed to 2021


Main support for ‘King Creature’ @ The Yard  / Socially Distanced show
Main support for ‘These Wicked Rivers’ @ Denmark Studios  /  Live Stream
Various Live Streams



14 August – Bloodstock Open Air – Headline VIP Stage
22 August – Weyfest
09 September – Wild South West Rally
10 September – Rockin the Bowl
07 November – Ilfracombe Rocks
14 November – Planet Rockstock
28 November – Winterstorm


Headline @ Slim Jim’s Liquor Store – London

Headline @ The Troubadour – London

Main support for Blind Rivers @ The Black Heart – London

Main support for The Dust Coda @ Leo’s Red Lion – Gravesend


13 shows all around the UK with the Swiss band ‘Dirty Sound Magnet’ as co-headline.

2nd Dec – London – The Victoria
3rd Dec – Bridgwater – The Cobblestones
4th Dec – Bournemouth – The Anvil
5th Dec – Birmingham – The Asylum
6th Dec – Manchester – Star & Garter
7th Dec – Newcastle – Head Of Steam
9th Dec – Edinburgh – Bannermans

10th Dec – Glasgow – The Hug And Pint
11th Dec – Chester – Live Rooms
12th Dec – Nottingham – Billy Bootleggers
13th Dec – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
14th Dec – Bristol – The Crofters Rights
15th Dec – Milton Keynes – The Craufurd Arms



27 March – Sound Bay
07 May – NozLite
14 May – Heretic Fest
19 May – Call of the Wild
19 June – Cambridge Rocks
24 June – Love Rocks
29 July – Rock & Blues Custom Show
30 July – Amplified

07 August – STMS Music & Beer
13 August – Stramash Festival
26 August – MoFest
27 August – Rockwich
09 September – Wild South West Rally
01 October – NWOCR Live
22 October – Crazy Cowboy 08



22 January – Hard Rock Hell NWOCR
04 February – Planet Rock Winter’s End
11 March – Fresh Water Beach Rock
29 April – Outlaw Weekend
28 May – Breaking Bands
05 August – Just Push Play
27 August – Rockwich

31 August – Nene Valley Rock
09 September – Steel Paws
16 September – Wild South West Rally
30 September – Rockinburgh
20 October – Station 18
03 November – Hard Rock Hell XVI
16 December – Ampliyuletide

8 dates all around the UK supporting the mighty Raven

02 March – Stoke
03 March – Newcastle
04 March – Edinburgh
05 March – Aberystwyth

07 March – Birmingham
09 March – Bradford
 March – Crumlin
 March – Nuneaton

10 dates up and down the country supporting Geoff Tate for the 35 years of Operation: Mindcrime

13 June – Grimsby
14 June – Sheffield
15 June – Wolverhampton
16 June – Nuneaton
17 June – Newport

18 June – London
20 June – Bradford
21 June – Blackpool
22 June – Buckley
23 June – Newcastle