b. 1948, Antigua, Western Indies. Rogers’ vocal abilities had been gleaned from performing in his regional chapel choir before relocating to the united kingdom in 1964. On his appearance in London the vocalist embarked with an executive apprenticeship, although he harboured dreams towards a profession in music. While he pursued his apprenticeship Rogers practised performing together with his acoustic guitar and eventually became a member of a local music group known as the Wranglers. They spent the past due 60s and early 70s touring the center East and American military bases in Germany. In 1971, they released ‘Allow It Become’, with Rogers’ structure, ‘Looking Back again’, relegated towards the b-side. The solely commercial decision annoyed the vocalist and he remaining the group. The Wranglers consequently performed as the Mohawks and so are best kept in mind for the organ-led instrumental, ‘The Champ’, that crossed over in to the UK pop graph in 1987. After departing the Wranglers, Rogers seemed to abandon his musical profession and he came back to executive and a marriage. In 1973, a shared friend released him towards the UK-based maker Larry Lawrence, that led to a go back to the music market. Rogers documented ‘Don’t Throw Rocks’, that demonstrated a sizeable strike within the Western Indian community. This achievement led to Lawrence enlisting the Jamaican All Celebrities, that included music artists such as for example Hux Dark brown, Jackie Jackson, Winston Wright, Gladstone Anderson and Mikey Chung, to try out on classes for Miracle Employee. The vocalist’s parlance, coupled with genuine Jamaican rhythms, led to the album becoming regarded as by critics and followers alike to have already been documented ‘back again a backyard’. While Rogers loved success using the album as well as the release from the name track as an individual, his follow-ups ‘Another Lonesome Night time’ and ‘Once Upon A Period’ were not able to emulate the feat. The vocalist has since managed a minimal profile, although in 2001 the demand for re-issues led to the discharge of Miracle Employee on Lawrence’s recently shaped Larry’s label.