In 2005 Nathan released his debut album, True Stories through the Winnipeg Folk Festival.
The Gauntlet was released in 2009 through Borealis Records.
Dry Bones (with JD Edwards and Leonard Podolak) was released in 2011.
Random recordings from live performances.
Nathan is a musician with a powerful voice, a remarkable songwriting gift, and an significant Canadian legacy to carry.
He is here to rattle your chains and shake your illusions; ideally with his incomparable voice, beautiful music, Tuvan throat singing, trenchant songwriting, and enough stage energy to fuel a locomotive, but if necessary he could also just use kungfu or a good sharp blade with similar effectiveness.
He comes from an iconic Canadian folk music family; his father, Stan Rogers, contributed significantly to our Canadian cultural understanding. (Somewhere along the line, you've probably heard Northwest Passage, which many refer to as the unofficial Canadian national anthem.)
He has been absorbing the best in Canadian music all his life and he gives as good as he gets.Read More....
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Nathan sang as part of the men’s group backing up Watermelon Slim for the recording of Barrett’s Privateers on the Golden Boy album. Read more about 2017 Watermelon Slim: Golden boy – Barrett’s Privateers
Other East Coast favourites like J.P. Cormier, Colleen Power and Dave Gunning made an appearance at Stanfest this year as well. For Nathan Rogers, the son of Stan Rogers and member of the band Dry Bones, Stanfest is all about the music.
“It’s an absolute treat to play here,” he said. Read more about 2016 Jul 3 Rogers family takes the stage at 2016 Stanfest anniversary show
An excerpt from House Concerts on Kingston feat Dry Bones