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New EP Rogers & Butler "Diana Dors"

Well loved veterans on Zip Records Ed Rogers and Steve Butler (Smash Palace) have teamed up to create an EP which has captured the hearts of fans and reviewers.  

Released on February 8, "Diana Dors" is the grand sum of its parts and how can we not make notice when Chris White (of "The Zombies" and who know a few things about harmonies and melodies) states that the album has a "great feel" and "strong harmonies"..

UK publication "The Strange Brew" has weighed in on its approval and among other recent accolades, Roger McGuinn (mainstay of the Byrds) writes of the "great new songs of Ed Rogers and Steve Butler".

Also Chris White from the Zombies had nice words to say about “Diana Dors” - " Well recorded, written and sung. Having recorded Diana (later in her life) I know 'she would do it all again' lovely lady. Favourite track is 7 Hour Man - great feel, strong harmonies."

Don't take it from us.......guitar pop lovers, Brit pop fans, and indie rock aficianados will adore "Diana Dors".

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Ed Rogers live in NYC

The definition of "pop music" is elusive.  However, if we assume that pop music is rooted in a sense of time, melody and culture, Ed Rogers is a master of the genre.

New Yorker Rogers' newest album "T.V. Generation"  has deservedly been receiving glowing reviews and he has recently traveled west to Los Angeles and east to England to share his talents with new and old audiences. 

Ed Rogers  appears next in NYC on October 6 at Pangea (178 2nd Avenue). Together with special guests, this will be a night you won't want to miss. Tickets available here.

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Listen to the "TV Generation" - New York Edward Rogers' new album.

Just back from his UK and Ireland tour, Ed Rogers will now release his 7th full length album "TV Generation". Available June 9, these songs will delight his current fans and surprise those yet to discover the "Brit pop meets New York" vibe of Rogers' material. Comparisons are worthless; Ed Rogers sense of melody and his keen observations of pop culture combine to create songs worthy of a true pop pioneer. At the same time, there is something familiar going on. Get familiar....give a listen to Edward Rogers.

More info here

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