"MUSIC IN ITS NATURAL STATE."
ROGER BOLT MUSIC HAS BEEN DESCRIBED AS
ORIGINAL AMERICANA, ALTERNATIVE COUNTRY, BLUES & BOOGIE, ACOUSTIC SWING, CELTIC AND A WEE BIT OF TOMFOOLERY...

THESE ARE SONGS FROM THE HEART WITH A RATHER ACROBATIC MIND & SPIRIT ABOUT THE ENIGMATIC AND OFTEN PARADOXICAL HUMAN CONDITION THAT CONNECTS US ALL.

ROGER BOLT gets airplay and is announced on the music calenders at KRSH FM, KRCB FM KPFA FM and KLAX Berkeley. Marshall, Bolt & Harr is one of only 2 local groups to make it on the Americana "Freight Train Boogie CD. We have played live on KRSH with Brian Griffin, KRCB with Doug Jayne and KOWS with Tawnie Love.

Latest News

Playing a couple March gigs with songwriting partner Steve Harr:
March 16th 6pm Raymond's Bakery, Cazadero, Ca
March 29th 6:30pm Gaia's Garden, Santa Rosa, Ca.

BIO: ROGER BOLT, Origins

ROGER BOLT: Performing as ROGER BOLT and BORDERLINE! Classically trained singer and songwriter, Acoustic steel string and electric guitar. Rogers' world travel has influenced his original composition to a broad musical pallet of Latin, Celtic, Early American Folk, Rock, Blues, Boogie, Jazz and Americana.
Roger began his musical journey in the South East with his first band the Inmates, playing for the men and women leaving Ft. Benning Georgia for the war in South East Asia during the late Sixties. After moving to California in 1967 He connected with other kindred spirits and formed other musical projects like Woodbine, the rock band BOLT, Los Gringos, Noble Bolt and others. Roger has also spent many years in broadcasting and Voice Over work with NPR affiliate KRCB FM, KPLS Country music and KMLS Cable 1 rock radio.
Rogers' haunting Celtic song "Hooligan's Dream" from the Woodbine CD; Moonlight Memory is currently appearing in the movie "Hilo de Cristal" or "Thread of Glass", from Grial Producciones, Spain. All songs are available on this website, playable and down loadable.

PRESS INFORMATION

Roger Cell: 707-540-2763

Influences: Just about everybody

John Hyatt, Gilberto and Jobim, Celtic music, Robert Johnson, Joe Pass, Leon Redbone, Beatles, Lightning Hopkins, Muddy Waters, Mississippi John Hurt. Lorrrena McKinnett, Mozart, Samuel Barber. Dan Hicks and especially our Moms. What a great ladies of undieing support and love.

  • Member Since: 2001
  • Last Login: 9/17/2022

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David Watson
over 30 days ago to ROGER BOLT

Thank you Roger for your kind review of my song "Billies Song". The biggest hurdle I have with the song is the Name. Kind of hard to find placement for a song with a name in the title. Lol

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ROGER BOLT
over 30 days ago

Titles are usually found in the chorus as you know. Some songwriters begin writing the song from a catchy phase / title. Go get em!

ROGER BOLT
over 30 days ago

Loved it my brother. Best of everything!



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Bob Birthisel
over 30 days ago to ROGER BOLT

Thanks for the great review of Farmer's Daughter, Roger! Glad you enjoyed it.



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Kate Carpenter
over 30 days ago to ROGER BOLT

Hello Roger, thanks for the review of Bifocal Blues! Vintage to be sure! Mrs. Kate



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