Dean Batstone hosts the Songwriter’s Showcase welcoming Dan Paul Rogers for an evening of songs and stories November 17, at 8 pm. Doors open at 7:30 pm.
Born in Trenton, Ontario, Canada, making Renfrew, Ontario, Canada, his home since the early 70’s.
Dan was influenced at a young age by traditional fiddle and country music which is still to be found in his country contemporary sound.
Numerous television credits include appearances on Family Brown Country, Ronnie & The Browns, the Tommy Hunter Show, the Childrens’ Hospital of Eastern Ontario Telethon and the Heart Institute Telethon of Eastern Ontario.
Has toured Canada, coast to coast, including performing twice on a northern tour of Canada’s isolated armed forces bases. This took him as far north as Alert, N.W.T.
Concert performances have included working with such notables as Vince Gill, Merle Haggard, Reba MacIntire, Gene Watson, John Schneider, Jim Glaser, Lee Greenwood, Ferlin Husky, Freddie Hart, Carol Baker, Faron Young, The Whites, Bill Anderson, George Jones, Mac Wiseman, Johnny Cash and extensive touring with Ronnie Prophet and The Family Brown including dates in the U.S. and The Netherlands.
Dan has had over a dozen singles to date, all becoming nationally charted, including What Has Happened, Love’s Cheatin’ Line, One Good Reason, I Believe In Country Music, Ramblin’ Blue Eyes, Just A Little Doll, Lovers’ Game, Don’t Cry Lady and Rumour.
Visit Dan on Facebook.com/Dan-Paul-Rogers