“Not necessarily feminine, but Brian Rogers so beautifully brings to life that groove and underlying Love / Believing in oneself similar to India Arie. Light some incense and download his EP for FREE..”
And now you can download his latest 3 singles for free!
Brian’s GRAMMY Winning prouder – “When I produce Brian our goal is to have fun and make recordings good enough to win a Grammy.” –Oz Fritz
Founder of CD BABY, the world’s largest indie music store – “Actually… video sucked me in more than expected. Really great video – you’re really good on camera, great arrangement & production in the song. Love your voice.” –Derek Sivers
“…Brian opened up for the BERNIE SANDERS presidential campaign… The events held at least 20,000… over 3000 standing outside who could not even get in due to capacity issues.” – UBO Mag
Brian’s personality and sound is a mixture of selfish, introspective singer-songwriter with a guitar and a soulful, freely giving, extroverted world beat drummer/bassist using timeless sounds and rhythms from every corner of the globe. “Rogers made a trip to Nicaragua to record 67 songs of 25 local artists at no cost to help better education by donating school supplies to their village,” wrote UBO Mag. Basically if you are a fan of soulful, spiritually in-tune artists like India Irie, Tracy Chapman, Ben Harper and others like them, Brian Rogers is a music have for your collection.
His lyrics and poetic sense are the deep well that listeners get lost in, but his profoundly sharp musicianship and joyous rhythm keep fans hooked. Best of all, he treats his Mom like a queen and loves it when she does his hair.
For a limited time Brian is giving away a free track from each of his three albums. Just enter your first name and email address in the right hand side of this site and you will be immediately sent the download link to the free tracks.
So enter your name and email address now, load up your iPod and light some incense, because as the founder of CD BABY the world’s largest indie music store said about Brian and his music, “Great… great work.”