James Rogers Band

James Rogers Band

BandBlues

A Canadian based Texas style Blues band. Think Robert Cray, BB King, Albert King, Stevie Ray & Jimmie Vaughan, and Johnny "guitar" Watson to name a few.

Biography

Vancouver based guitarist, singer and songwriter James Rogers has toured extensively throughout Canada and the United States opening and playing shows with artists such as the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Long John Baldry, Kenny Neal, Jimmy Thackery, Elvin Bishop, Indigenous, Holmes Brothers, Sue Foley, Long John Hunter, Canned Heat, Powder Blues, Jerry Doucette and Jim Byrnes.

James' music has been played on various radio stations throughout Canada and the United States, as well as on TV with the series "Highlander" and "24 Hours of Le Mans" telecast for Speedvision. With seventeen years of experience to his credit and only 29 James Rogers is an unstoppable talent.

Discography

Live at the Yale Volume 2 - Festival
Wanna Go Home - Mak 012676
Becoming Blue - Russell Jackson Band
Highlander "Shadow" (1992) Character - Cory Littman
Steven King's "IT" (1990) Character - Peter Gordon

Set List

There is no typical set list, we approach each venue differently, it all depends on the vibe of the room. We do ALOT of original songs, some covers consists of: Hear that guitar ring - Powder Blues, Baby Workout - Jackie Wilson, Come on (Part ?) - Earl King, Why get up – Fabulous Thunderbirds, I lied – Robert Cray, I like the way you walk – John Lee Hooker, Born under a bad sign – Albert King, Couldn’t stand the weather – SRV, Man of many words – Buddy Guy to name a few styles.