D. Rogers

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D. Rogers
Also known as Dave Rogers
Years active 1996-
Labels Popboomerang
Associated acts Klinger

D. Rogers is an Australian musician. He was a member of Klinger until he left in 2003 and moved to Japan.[1] While in Japan, working as an English teacher, he recorded two albums,[2][3] the first being a friends-only release.[4] He returned to Australia in 2007 and recorded a third solo album.[5]

Discography[edit]

  • The 14th Turn (2004)
  • 'Neath The Dark of Fuses Blown (2006)[6][7][8][9]
  • Sparks On The Tarmac (2007) - Popboomerang Records[10][11][12]
  • Natural Disasters (2010) - Popboomerang Records

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Age 24 December 2004 Memories cling by Andrew Murfett
  2. ^ The Age 28 September 2007 Man from Japan by Patrick Donovan and Andrew Murfett
  3. ^ Geelong Advertiser, 4 August 2006, "New name and a new album" by David Connoley
  4. ^ Herald Sun, 10 August 2006, "d.tour" by Shane O'Donohue
  5. ^ Rave Magazine Monday, 31 August 2009 D.Rodgers by Kahli Hethorn
  6. ^ Faster Louder blown
  7. ^ The Bulletin, 6 September 2006, Volume 124; Number 37, 'Neath The Dark of Fuses Blown 3/5 stars review by Jeff Apter
  8. ^ Northcote Leader, 9 August 2006, 'Neath The Dark of Fuses Blown 3/5 stars review by Jeff Apter
  9. ^ The Sydney Morning Herald, 28 July 2006, 'Neath The Dark of Fuses Blown review by Bernard Zuel
  10. ^ Beat Magazine Sparks On The Tarmac review by Christine Lan
  11. ^ The Age, 3 July 2009, Sparks On The Tarmac 3.5/5 stars review by Andrew Murfett
  12. ^ The Sydney Morning Herald, 9 October 2009, Sparks On The Tarmac 3/5 stars review by Bernard Zuel

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