A great interview with Roger Earl on Eagle Radio 96.9

Thank you Eagle Radio 96.9 for this great interview in advance of our 09/07 show at the Ironstone Amphitheater in Murphys, CA with Deep Purple!

“Roger Earls grew up in Southwest London in the 50’s and ’60s, He was hooked on American artists like Jerry Lee Lewis (it was after a Jerry Lee concert that he decided to be a drummer), Little Richard, Muddy Waters, and Chuck Berry.  Foghat is still going strong more than 40 years after it formed and still tours virtually nonstop. As Roger puts it, time flies when you’re having fun…”


Ready to ROCK the Ironstone Amphitheater with Deep Purple on 09/07 in Murphy’s, CA!

“Foghat will be performing at the Ironstone Amphitheatre in Murphys on Saturday, Sept. 7, with Deep Purple and Joyous Wolf also taking the stage. Foghat members are drummer and founding member Roger Earl, lead guitarist Bryan Bassett, lead vocals and rhythm guitarist Charlie Huhn, and bass player Rodney O’Quinn. The iconic band from the past is rocking just as hard as they did decades ago with their blend of blues, boogie and rock ‘n’ roll, their music continuing to rock fans everywhere..”


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A great interview with Roger Earl on Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon!

Thank you Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon for this fantastic interview with Roger Earl!
“Roger discusses his more recent band – Earl & The Agitators, Foghat’s Under The Influence album, staying creative, the importance of having moved the band to the United States, Savoy Brown, Rick Rubin, Lonesome Dave, celebrating Foghat Live!, working with producer Eddie Kramer, actor & bassist – Nick Jameson, his love of Slow Ride and so much more.”

A nice review of our show in Lexington, KY on allinmusicreview.com

Thank you allinmusicreview.com for this great review

“As the house lights dropped this evening a cheer from the enthusiastic crowd greeted Roger Earl as he took his place atop his drum riser. Charlie, Bryan, and Rodney immediately followed, with Charlie taking a moment to toss out more than a dozen picks into the crowd while interacting with the fans…”