ROY ROGERS is an American slide guitarist and record producer, who has worked with everyone from Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek to Linda Ronstadt, as well as Sammy Hagar, Bonnie Raitt and John Lee Hooker.
- He was named after the singing cowboy, Roy Rogers.
- Rogers plays a variety of guitar styles related to the Delta blues, but is most often recognized for his slide work.
- In the 1980s Rogers was a member of John Lee Hooker’s Coast to Coast Band and produced and/or played on several of Hooker’s best-known albums, including “Boom Boom,” “Mr. Lucky,” and the Grammy winning effort, “The Healer.”
“Roy Rogers is one of the US’s premier slide guitarists performing today” – earlyblues.com