Thank you to Hannah Means-Shannon for interviewing Roger for this fun read from Glide Magazine!

“Foghat levelled up in the American mainstream when they released their first live album in 1977, and captured the zeitgeist of interest in live show recordings being released for fan enjoyment at that time. Not only that, but it became their biggest selling album. In the many years since then, both before and after the loss of many beloved band members, Fogat have continued to release high quality live albums in a steady stream, including 2019’s Foghat: Live from the Belly Up and this summer’s 8 Days on the Road, recorded at Daryl’s House Club in upstate New York in late 2019. The release celebrates the band’s 50th anniversary this year and a vinyl version is on the way.”

Foghat’s Roger Earl Celebrates Their Enduring Live Album Tradition and ‘8 Days on The Road’ (INTERVIEW)