Mark Rogers

Book tickets



Total 1 £12.00

Saturday, 18 Jun 2022 – 19.00 for 19.30

West Coast indie folk / rock

We welcome Mark Rogers from the West Coast of USA.

Mark has recently brought out a new LP ‘Rhythms of the Roads’ written during lock down it is rippling with luscious SoCal soft rock, enticing rhythms, and Mark’s sumptuous vocals, listen to some tracks and you will know what a treat we are in for on his debut solo performance here at WKAC.

“Mark Rogers cements his place in the indie folk pop scene as not just a reliably strong composer, but as a sonic force to be reckoned with.” – No Depression   “I can firmly proclaim Mark Rogers to be one of the artists to watch in this burgeoning folk/rock revival, and his new album a must listen for anyone who is interested in seeing a blueprint of this new scene.” – The Indie Source 

Of the many roads one takes in life, being a songwriter isn’t the easiest. Mark Rogers started his musical career in Los Angeles in the fall of 1982.  While his Paisley Underground contemporaries were fusing punk with pop, Mark and his band delivered their rawness with a Cosmic American twist.  It was good. They should have stayed with it. But the incessant synth-pop of KROQ eventually did him in and Mark retreated back to Virginia.  Song writing would take a backseat for many years.  Mark’s musical rebirth happened sometime around 2015.  The pop melodies he had immersed himself in as a child simply wouldn’t wait any longer.  The harmonies that had intentionally been suppressed all those years ago, re-emerged.  But this time with words that reflected some serious real-life experiences. Deeper. Resonating. Hopeful. Here comes Mark’s second LP “Rhythm of the Roads”. A folk rock-infused commentary on a life lived.  A reconciliation. Trials and Errors. Love lost and regained and learning to live with the two.

Licensed bar available.



West Kirby Arts Centre
29 Brookfield Gardens
West Kirby
CH48 4EL


Parking is available for free at West Kirby Concourse car park which is a one minute walk from the Arts Centre. Residents of the road struggle for car parking space and we'd appreciate it if visitors to the arts centre didn't add to the parking issues the road experiences. Thank you!