Rushmore is the name of several bands and a movie: 1. Rushmore is the name of a film directed by Wes Anderson with music by Mark Mothersbaugh of DEVO. 2. Rushmore is a four-piece band from Mount Holly, New Jersey that was formed in 2003. Since their start, they've gone through a few line-up changes and released a collection of EPs and Demos, including 'Backside of the Mountain' (2003), 'Calamity' (2004), 'Demo Demons' (2005), and the most recently released 'Wake the Neighborhood' (2006). The band is fronted by lead singer and guitarist, Travis Coffin, with Jordan Gershowitz on bass, Jason Fox on lead guitar, and their newest addition, Mark Miller, on drums. If you're a person who won't settle for any less than the best, then this is the band for you. With an incredibly unique, original, and refreshing sound, these boys are well on their way to putting themselves on the map. Rushmore has helped raise the bar for local bands in the South Jersey scene. Their songs contain catchy lyrics that are backed by powerful vocals and equally as strong instrumental skills. Rushmore has played with many well respected Jersey bands such as Break Away, The Letdown, Templeton, Valencia, A Hero From A Thousand Paces, Houston Calls. A big break came for the band in December 2006 when they played the mainstage of the Trocadero in Philadelphia, PA. 3. Rushmore is the name of a rock band from Bergen, Norway. They released their self-titled debut album in 2006 on Flow-Fi Records. 4. Rushmore is the name of a Japanese rock band formed in 2008. The band mastermind is former Every Little Thing keyboardist and song maker Mitsuru Igarashi. They released their first album Reasons of Four Seasons in December 2009 5. Rushmore was an indie/screamo band from Melbourne, Australia, that existed for only nine months in 2000-2001. In that time they headlined shows in Melbourne, toured Adelaide, and recorded a well-received demo. 6. Rushmore is the name of an ambient solo artist, member of Twin Cabins.