Ed Rogers has been entertaining audiences for well over a decade as a singer, songwriter, guitarist and drummer. With his powerful voice and distinctive flat-picking acoustic guitar style, Rogers crosses genres to explore the connections between country, folk, rock and blues music. He draws on personal experience to write vivid, sometimes offbeat original songs.

Ed began performing in Austin, Texas in the late 90’s. After migrating to Fort Worth, he found inspiration playing with an outlaw band of pickers and songwriters called Gypsy Troubadours. Rogers released Misery and Gold in 2003 and began performing solo, sharing the stage with luminaries like Bruce Robison, Jim Lauderdale and the late Steve Fromholz. An experienced studio musician, Ed has recorded at world-class facilities including the legendary Sun Studio and Ardent Recording Studios, in Memphis, Tennessee.

As part of a community service obligation, Ed also plays drums for the Americana band No Class.


"Honky-tonk country and the rock-folk hybrid mingle on this Fort Worth resident's fine CD." - Dallas Morning News

Ed's music, including the single, "White Freightliner Blues," is available on iTunes.


OR... you can purchase individual tracks from ReverbNation by clicking the links below. A portion of these sales goes to support the Fender Music Foundation.


Ed and his wife, Sarah, host a monthly house concert series in the attic (that's right, the attic) of their one-hundred-year old house in Fort Worth's historic Fairmount neighborhood. The series features top-notch singer/songwriters performing in an intimate setting for an appreciative and attentive audience of music lovers. Visit the CITA web site for more info.

8:30-11:30 pm - rooftop bar
Playing guitar with
8:00 pm - Opening for Sally Majestic
8:00 - no cover

Rain Just Falls
by David Halley
Live Oak Music Hall, August 16, 2014
If I Only Had a Brain
by Harold Arlen (music) and E.Y. Harburg (lyrics)
Live Oak Music Hall, August 16, 2014
by John Williams, Bain Ennis & Larry Martin
Capital Bar, January, 2011