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Lee Rogers

Lee Rogers

Lee Rogers


Lee Rogers is a name of at least two artists: [1] A Northern Ireland, UK, blues rock singer-songwriter (b. 1977). [2] A USA Northern soul / doo wop singer Lee Rogers Craton (b. 1942 - d. 1990). [1] A Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland, blues rock singer-songwriter who débuted with EP Promise Of Day (2004) and album Drawing Clocks (2006). Recorded in 2005's Italian summer, Drawing Clocks showcases Rogers' narrative talent and restlessness. Diversely travelled Read more on Last.fm
Lee Rogers is a name of at least two artists: [1] A Northern Ireland, UK, blues rock singer-songwriter (b. 1977). [2] A USA Northern soul / doo wop singer Lee Rogers Craton (b. 1942 - d. 1990). [1] A Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland, blues rock singer-songwriter who débuted with EP Promise Of Day (2004) and album Drawing Clocks (2006). Recorded in 2005's Italian summer, Drawing Clocks showcases Rogers' narrative talent and restlessness.

Diversely travelled, he draws on his own experiences to deliver stories that appeal to the ear and heart, with poignant phrasing and delivery that may keep a song in the head for days. How Will I Sleep? was used on The River King (2005, Myriad Pictures), film soundtrack. He also featured on Worldspace/XM satellite radio's week-long 'Best of British Music' programmes, in conjunction with their exclusive live USA coverage of 2006 Brit Awards - recorded live from Abbey Road Studios, London. His influences, include: Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen, Sting and James Taylor - plus, fellow countrymen, Van Morrison and Paul Brady. Solo acoustic or with regular backing, live sets combine heart stopping vocals, slick acoustic guitar and showcase a penchant for story telling, within his songs.

He might come across as a Homeric minstrel, narrating reality. An ambassador for times gone, and times to come, creating a tangible / honest performance, to connect with all ages. Sites: LeeRogersMusic.com (official). [2] A USA 'Northern soul' / 'doo wop' singer Lee Rogers Craton (b. 1942 - d. 1990). His voice, rooted in gospel, rocked alongside soulful / funky dance grooves and he was to D-Town (Detroit), what Marvin Gaye was to Motown.

Many of his singles are much sought after, within the 'Northern soul' scene. Albums inc: Sock Some Love Power To Me, Boss Love: The United Kingdom Collection and The Hollywood Sessions. Sites: Discogs, 45cat and SoulfulDetroit.com (fan biography). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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