It isn’t often that one finds a music artist like Roger Jaeger. His rare blend of indie and alternative music, infused with singer-songwriter vibes and, occasionally, the sitar has resulted in Roger performing in breweries, homes and other venues all over the world. He has graced stages from Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Café to pubs in Ireland to colleges throughout the United States. His music, influenced by the likes of One Republic and Coldplay, has been played on General Hospital and “Lights, Camera, Romance.”
When not working on his own music, Roger is a world traveler and lover of the outdoors. He enjoys hiking and kayaking ... but best of luck finding him doing those things. That’s because, in addition to living in Tulsa, Nashville and India, Roger has traveled all over the United States as well as to countries like Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Britain. If you manage to track him down at his new home in Northern California, Roger is likely reading books about creative inspiration. Two of his recent favorites are Steven Pressfield’s The War of Art and Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon. Once or twice a year, Roger also teaches songwriting at The University of The Nations in India.