Although given birth to in Birmingham, England, songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Edward Rogers later on relocated to NEW YORK, where he funneled his traditional pop influences into many power pop rings (like the Green Rooftops as well as the co-ed duo Bedsit Poets) and a solo career. Rogers was raised hearing the Anglo-pop noises from the ’60s and ’70s, in the jangling psychedelia from the Byrds as well as the Zombies to such vocally powered groups because the Association as well as the Mamas & the Papas. After shifting to NY, he used just work at a nonprofit company while playing drums in his free time, but a subway incident in 1985 led to the increased loss of his best arm and 1 / 2 of his best knee. Rogers spent six weeks in an area hospital, eventually rising with a fresh lifestyle along with a renewed curiosity about music. By 1987, he’d started attending jam periods with regional pop-schooled musicians, as well as the group shortly launched a continuing concert series that paid tribute to such songwriters as Burt Bacharach. Rogers continuing that use his very own concert task, The Loser’s Lounge, and afterwards produced some sold-out displays for previous Zombies frontman Colin Blunstone, who hadn’t performed a fresh York present in years. In exchange, both Blunstone and Fishing rod Argent added vocals to Rogers’ initial solo work, 2004’s Weekend Fables. Rogers also helped type the Green Rooftops, a pop combo made up of many veterans of Manhattan’s pop picture, in addition to Bedsit Poets, a folksy task with fellow U.K. expatriate Amanda Thorpe. You Haven’t Been Where I AM, his second single album, found its way to 2008.