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Rob Roper

Rob Roper

Singer Songwriter / Rock / Folk Denver, CO
Falling into Heaven
Falling into Heaven
Apollo's Little Bastard
Apollo's Little Bastard
The Other Side of Nowhere
The Other Side of Nowhere
The Man in the Movies
The Man in the Movies
You Could Have Had Me
You Could Have Had Me

Videos

Sea of Hope

Shows

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  • The Blue Mountain Project (Artist)
    The Blue Mountain Pr...
    Enjoyed listening, keep on groovin!!! Greetings from Bavaria. Best wishes :)
  • The Trubelos (Artist)
    The Trubelos
    This is some of the best music I've heard in a looong time! Excellent work! Best wishes; - Sandy & The Trubelos
  • Victoria Woodworth (Artist)
    Victoria Woodworth
    Falling into Heaven is ONE OF THE COOLEST SONGS I HAVE EVER HEARD IN MY LIFE. i am not lying. you're so rockin!!! :)
  • Jenn Cleary (Artist)
    Jenn Cleary
    Fans-Be sure to watch this video. It's very well done!
  • Jenn Cleary (Artist)
    Jenn Cleary
    Hey Rob- Nice job on your lastest work. Here is a review for your listeners: I hear the sounds of Neil Young, Elton John and Jackson Brown but I also hear the unique sound...

Photos

  • Toad Tavern, Littleton, Colorado June 2010
  • Toad Tavern, Littleton, Colorado June 2010
  • Misfit T-shirt front view, modeled by Lori Grebe Cook.

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Rob Roper

Songwriting, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar

About

Sounds Like: Jakob Dylan, Elvis Costello, John Prine, Jules Shear, Lloyd Cole

Bio: Born in Jackson, Mississippi, Roper started learning guitar at age 12. The family moved to Dallas, Texas where he spent his teenage years. After college in Houston, he left for Arizona and lived there for many years, playing music with various bands and songwriters. He moved to Denver in 2000, w...See Full Bio

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The Dorian show at the Larimer Lounge in Denver has been moved from Mon May 4 to Wed May 6. We go on at 8pm, followed by Scarecrow Revival.

Press

"On his last effort, 2011's Misfit, Rob Roper more than proved that he had sharp songwriting skills and a knack for penning some pretty damn witty lyrics. There's more of that on the new The Other Side of Nowhere, but musically, this release is more of a stripped-down affair with primarily acoustic instruments, a setting that works quite well with Roper's writing, bringing his lyrics more to the forefront. Roper says he originally intended to make a duo album with violinist Paul Ermisch, with whom he's been performing as a two-piece for the past few years, but during the recording process, more players were brought in, including percussionist Daren Hahn. While Misfit might rock a bit more, The Other Side of Nowhere is equally engaging and potent."

— Jon Solomon, The Westword

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2012 EP The Other Si...

2012 EP The Other Side of Nowhere

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