Mark Rogers | Rearranged

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by Mark Rogers

You’ll recognize a wide variety of musical styling's. Mark Rogers' songs are acoustic guitar-based performed by his band and featuring well-crafted hooks, nice vocal harmonies, thoughtful lyrics, a bit of folk/rock jangle and just a pinch of bossa rhythm.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Right Here
3:40 $0.99
2. Slow Parade
3:21 $0.99
3. I Can't Say Why
3:17 $0.99
4. Waiting
4:15 $0.99
5. Takes Me Back Again
2:50 $0.99
6. The Blue of December
3:45 $0.99
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Album Notes
“Rearranged” is Mark Rogers' debut EP. It was recorded and mastered at Master Sound in Virginia Beach, VA by Rob Ulsh and produced by Mark Rogers, Rob Ulsh and Larry Berwald. The players include musicians who, many will say, are the “dream team” of Tidewater Viginia. The lead cut/single is entitled “Right Here” and is currently being played on non-commercial and college radio. You’ll recognize a wide variety of musical stylings, but when it comes down to it, Mark’s music is acoustic guitar-based featuring well-crafted hooks, nice vocal harmonies, thoughtful lyrics, a bit of folk rock jangle and a pinch of bossa rhythm just for good measure. This EP features six, radio-friendly, 3 to 4 minute pop songs, regardless of their genre.

Mark Rogers’ musical history is long and varied. Like many, he grew up “absorbing” every Beatles album and thus, learned his craft from the masters. In high school, he was a guitarist, bassist and tenor harmony singer for a popular DC-based bluegrass band called Tennessee Flying Goose. After college, he followed the chime of McGuinn’s 12-string in search of Zevon’s Los Angeles. In the 80’s, Mark headed a Cosmic American band in LA and played some of the loneliest clubs in Hollywood. He put his guitar down in the 90’s and 00’s to raise a family in Washington, DC. In 2010, a number of factors contributed to the rediscovery of his music, not the least of which was reconnecting with “the one who got away”. Life’s funny that way.



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