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).  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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