As guitarist for The Czars (1997-2005), Roger Green wrote and produced music, including two full-length albums for Bella Union Records – a UK label founded by former members of the Cocteau Twins. The Czars toured Europe frequently, landing support slots for larger acts such as 16 Horsepower, David Gray, and The Flaming Lips. Often critically acclaimed, The Czars’ Goodbye made Uncut Magazine’s top 100 albums of 2004. After The Czars split up Roger released What Would This Be For? – a split CD with Porlolo (Public Service Records 2004) and Roger Green s/t (2005). He appears on jazz trumpeter Ron Miles album Blossom (Sterling Circle 2006). In 2006, Roger composed and conducted a large work for musicians and 25 typewriters, which was commissioned by the Belmar Lab of Art and Ideas. Clear Running Water (2007) is a blend of original and interpreted work – from Albert Ayler to Yoko Ono to John Denver. Roger’s guitar work also appears on local Denver releases: The Glenn Taylor Orchestra and Porlolo’s Meadows, and Bad Weather California. Roger's third full-length album, Harder to Tell (Niguum 2011) was given 4 stars by Uncut Magazine. Roger also produced and played on Denver legend Joe Sampson's Kill Our Friends (Fellow Creature 2012) and Esme Patterson's All Princes, I (Greater Than 2012). He has recently composed music for visual artist and dancer, Nick Cave's piece "Heard" and collaborated with writers such as Anne Waldman, Eleni Sikelianos and Selah Saterstrom. A new album of original material is due out Spring 2014.