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by Gregorian Rock

Gregorian Rock combines ancient with modern to create a serene, yet pummeling sound.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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Bio, short version:
I am an old guy who quit music, then later decided to rock in a way no one else was. As a kid, I discovered music was fun when the piano lessons stopped. In 2013 I released some music that was different from everyone else, but still fun to play and enjoyable to hear. Gregorian Rock is Gregorian chant combined with modern musical styles and instruments for a sound that is serene, yet pummeling. I play keyboards, electronic wind instrument, Chapman Stick, and sing. You will hear the influence of my classical background, with hints of Neal Morse, Skillet, Iona, Frost, and 70s progressive rock.

Bio, long version:
My first name is actually Roland. My parents had the foresight to name me after the well known music equipment company in the hopes of securing an endorsement deal one day. Okay, that's not completely true, except my first name really is Roland and I really would like to get an endorsement deal. I was actually named after a French knight you can read about in the 12th century epic poem, "The Song of Roland".

Growing up, piano lessons were forced upon me for about eight years. I hated it. It wasn't until I stopped taking lessons that I discovered that playing piano was enjoyable.

Along the way, I discovered the Switched-On Bach records. Then a friend gave me the triple live albums "Welcome Back My Friends" (by ELP) and "Yessongs" (by Yes). There are lots of other musical influences, but those three run the deepest. As a result I bought my first keyboard, a Minimoog. After I played my first paying gig in a band (a country band!) I had a new career goal.

So I earned my degree in music from the University of North Texas. I and a guitarist friend formed a band with some guys with similar musical taste. We spent more than three years playing sporadically and struggling to keep the band together. When the band disintegrated for the last time, I was left with the sound system and the debt.

I refer to these years as my "starving musician period".

Eventually all the musical doors closed completely, I became highly disillusioned, and quit music entirely. Some years later (not sure exactly how many, perhaps ten), I began playing again, but at my church. Music had returned to my life, but in a new frame.

In 2013 the first Gregorian Rock album was released. Today I'm in the process of releasing my third album, "Fire".

Although keyboards are my main instruments, today I also play a WX7 midi wind controller and Chapman Stick.

Today, the radio in my truck is usually found tuned in to the classical station. Some of the music that gets a lot of play on the iPod is Iona, Neal Morse, Frost, and Skillet (see links below).

I live in San Antonio TX, am married and the father of two.



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