According to his mom, "Ben Rogers can't dance, but put an instrument in his hands and he can do just about anything else." This performer from the small Arkansas community of Fort Smith is quickly making his mark in the Denver music scene.
He provides a blend of pop and blues feel that channels Andy Grammer and Jason Mraz’s musical exploits, while adding a personal element to create a style he can label his own. Ben Rogers was raised with the charm of a southern gentleman but not the accent; the skills of a national act without the ego. Having lived in Ethiopia by himself at 21, Ben returned with a history and a personal depth not many performers can claim. He has recently shared the stage with national acts such as Secondhand Serenade, Alex Goot, Joe Brooks, Joseph Vincent, Travis Garland, Anuhea, and Justin Young.
Ben would also like you to know that he thinks he's a pretty swell dancer.