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Roger Stevens

Roger Stevens

Folk UK  UK
Sad Songs
Sad Songs
Impossibly Large Numbers
Impossibly Large Numbers
I Don't Wish to Alarm You
I Don't Wish to Alarm You

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A Little Bit Out of Tune Roger Stevens

Shows

  • 2014

    Jun 11

    London, UK | 8:00pm

    Playing alongside Farrago, Tom Hyatt and Mock Deer. Although why deer should be mocked I'm not quite sure. I am sure it will be a fab evening. A clothes shop with a bar and live music? What's not to like?

  • 2013

    Nov 10

    Faversham, UK | 2:00pm

    Half hour spot. With local legends Stormy Monday.

  • 2013

    Oct 9

    London, UK | 8:00pm

    The Music Box Folk and Acoustic Night at Paper Dress Vintage is on the second Wednesday of every month.

  • 2013

    Mar 17

    Hove, UK | 8:00pm

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  • In the Killer Rabbits
  • At the Meeting of the Air and the Earth

About

Bio: After six years playing keyboards in Damn Right I Got the Blues, with Floella
Benjamin and author Ken Follett, Roger Stevens is returning to his other loves –
folk music and the acoustic guitar.

Roger began playing and composing r&b and folk as a teenager in the early
1960s in The Pathfinders, l...See Full Bio

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Going into studio in February to record new album. The Position of Jupiter. Watch this space...

Press

“...and this happy, witty and unpretentious, yet thought provoking acoustic album is the result. I thoroughly enjoyed it.”

— Jim Marshall, The Folk Diary

Recent Blogs

Album On Line
Jan 8, 2013

You can now buy the online version of the album at http://rogerstevens.bandcamp.... [more]

New Video
Nov 18, 2012

On the plus side - posted a new video. On the down side - couldn't make it to Br... [more]

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Q: What are your earliest influences and what influences you these days?

A: Folk-wise it was Bert Jansch and John Fahey. A friend taught me Strolling Down the Highway and Angie. Until then I hadn't considered finger picking. Bob Dylan too. Other influences were Spike Jones and The Beatles. These days? Not sure I am influenced very much musically. Good question.

Asked by Michael Leigh. Answered on Mon Nov 12 2012

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