Benjamin Rogers @ Arlington Hotel – March 17

Benjamin Dakota Rogers performs live fiddle and guitar music

Jammin’ with Ben

Benjamin Rogers, from Mt. Pleasant, is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and composer with an old soul that belies his young age.
This St. Patrick’s Day he’ll be playing the Arlington.


The next generation of folk music, Benjamin Rogers pushes the boundaries of traditional folk music. Combining fiddle, guitar and mandolin with his contemporary lyrics and unique voice he is creating music that draws you in and wraps around you like a warm blanket.
Benjamin has a passion for folk music. His energetic stage presence stems from years as a street performer. At the young age of 11 Benjamin began playing fiddle at many local farmers markets. He has brought his love of music to audiences of all ages with his musicality and engaging performance.
Benjamin has developed his fiddle style drawing its roots from the East Coast and Old Time but is transformed into his own style. Benjamin’s EP titled Wayfarer has been nominated for Young Performer of the year for the 2014 Canadian Folk Music Awards. The album is a blend of driving fiddle and warm lyrical songs.

Benjamin Rogers will be live at the Arlington Hotel in Paris on Tuesday, March 17th at 6pm.
This performance has No Cover charge.

Head to the Event Page on Facebook to let everyone know you’re going!

Check out Benjamin’s youtube channel for a preview of his great music.


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Posted on March 10, 2015, in Local Bands, Local Shows, Local Venues. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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