1994-1995 Rosy Dream started  as a punk/hard rock band which was influenced by Hanoi Rocks, Mötley Crue etc. That kind of rock’n roll was considered out-dated and Rosy Dream was a thorn the ass of music industry. The original line up: B. Crosstream (drums), Jay Victory (bass), Tim Steeler (guitars & vocal) and Carry A. Cain (lead guitar). In spring 1995, Willy Assley played lead guitar for a short period of time. The band recorded Live in (1994) and On the Career (1995). Rosy Dream still plays some of the old classics from those albums, such as Stranger and On the Career.

1996-2000 Carry returns to Rosy Dream. The group was inspired by Slade, Kiss, T. Rex and David Bowie. Rosy Dream records Circus Line (1997), Bitch is Back (1998), Lurex (1999) and Space Maker (2000) which are strongly influenced glam rock of 70’s. Nevertheless the group has a sound of its own with strong guitar sound untypical for the glam rock period.

2001-2004 Carry and B. starts “Chevieye”- project and Tim plays in “Terrario”. Jay drives motocross and the band hits some occasional gigs. In summer 2003, Carry leaves the band for good and Rosy Dream carries on as a trio.

2005-      The new rock´n roll trio releases Machine (2005) which leaves glam rock far behind. Rosy Dream starts a new era with a stronger guitar and more bluesy sound influenced by NWOBHM- groups. Gigs are more frequent and one of those was captured in Live at Crony’s (2007). Now the band works on new material while the touring goes on.