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Phillip Rogers / Bio

Phillip Rogers is a performer who is not easily forgotten once you hear him play. While studying the styles of Seth Riggs he developed a hard edged soulful delivery of his music based upon a singing style called SLS (Speech Level Singing), which allows flexibility to sing ruff whiskey blues style vocals or layer three part intricate harmonies which he acquired.

Rogers is a versatile blend of humor and deep caring for the music he performs. Through that combination he is able engage every person in any given environment no matter how large or diverse the audience might be.

However, his versatility isn’t limited to the broad range of emotion he can get out of a crowd. He is immediately available to play a solo act aided by guitar and vocal [Boss] Loop Station rigs running through a Bose L2 PA system that delivers impeccable audio reinforcement with no hot spots or dead zones to a crowd of up to 300 people.

If something bigger is needed Phillip can also perform his music in duo with a stable of partners that include Gary Talley of the Box Tops and Grammy Nominated, singer/songwriter Jimbeau Hinson. Dahlonega, Georgia based Rogers can also field a full band of any size (although he would need to have 90 days advance notice for band performance).

Phillip’s musical ties to Nashville have influenced his repertoire expanding it with a lot of Country and Americana tunes from the catalogs of the likes of Thom Schulyer, Jeffery Steele, Fred Knobloch, Jimbeau Hinson, Wood Newton, Gary Nicholson, Don Henry, Skip Ewing, Vince Gill and many others that are not so well known.

General Info

Band Members
Solo, Duo, Trio & 5 pc. Phillip Rogers, Jerry Farr, Robert Horne, Craig Wilson & Gary Hart
Artist Name
Phillip Rogers
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/philliprogers
Active Since
08/00
Genres
Blues / Blues / Americana

Contact Info

Location
Dahlonega, GA
Manager
N/A

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