Roger Earl Interview Sitting In with CAT

https://sittinginwiththecat.libsyn.com/cat-episode-105-roger-earl-foghat

Roger Earl co-founded Foghat in 1971 with several of his fellow members in Savoy Brown.  Throughout their history, the band’s albums have attained Platinum or Gold status 10 times, with nearly a dozen songs landing on the rock charts.  Roger shares, with multi-award winning program director Ray White, his insights into the bands upcoming album (release date 7/16/21) titled 8 Days On The Road, Dave Edmonds’ role in the early years of the band and his support of Raising A Hand, a wonderful foundation dedicated to getting one step closer to awareness, education and finding a cure for Rett Syndrome – a neurologic disorder that devastates the lives and families of thousands of young girls each year.  In our showcase segment, we’ll feature Jefferson Starship (featured in Raising A Hand Vol. 1 coffee table book) who has recently released their latest project called Mother of the Sun.  Rock, boogie and blues from Foghat and insights into a marvelous effort to eradicate a terrible disorder, right here on the CAT!


Thank you topshelfmusicmag.com and Keela Sweeney for this fantastic review!

Thank you topshelfmusicmag.com and Keela Sweeney for this fantastic review of out show at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, CA!

Foghat rocks the Canyon Club in Agora Hills

 


A cool interview on WLIR, classic hits in Brooklyn, NY!

Thank you WLIR, classic hits in Brooklyn, NY for having Roger Earl on to discuss our November 15th show at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead, NY! Click below to listen!


A fantastic review of our show in Ontario, CA on hunnypotunlimited.com!

Thank you John McAteer from hunnypotunlimited.com for this fantastic review of our show in Ontario, CA at the Route 66 Cruisin Reunion!
 
“The receptive crowd of all ages seemingly all got caught up in the moment and spontaneously began dancing as if on cue. The band then ripped into “Stone Blue” and “Chateau Lafitte ’59 Boogie”, and by this time the lawn chairs and beach towels had no chance. The place turned into one of the largest dance parties you’ll ever see, and it didn’t stop here….”