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Owner

Email: m***@***.com
Local Address: Sacramento, California, United States
Fools Of The World Ltd.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Solo Artist and Singer and Songwriter and Guitarist
    77
  • Lead Singer and Songwriter
    77
  • Vice President
    EXIT Records
  • Michael Roe

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Master Classes
195 Total References
Web References
Michael Roe website Contact Info : MichaelRoe.com
www.michaelroe.com, 3 Jan 2014 [cached]
Michael Roe
77s.com - 1999 Announcements
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2. Mike Roe has publically stated that KMG isn't going to pay him a dime for this project so the only way he'll see money from it is if people buy it from the Dogs when they're touring or from the store here at 77s.com.
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com
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Michael Roe & The Safe As Milk Band "Cornerstone '97" An incredible live album featuring most of the songs on The Boat Ashore plus some surprises from tom tom Blues and the 12 song Safe As Milk albums.
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Mike, Mark and Bruce appear as studio musicians on this new work by Sacramento-based singer/songwriter David Barton.
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com 812.886.9230
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All the songs on this album were written, played and recorded by Mike Roe and Mark Harmon (with one song being cowritten by Bruce Spencer).
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com
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For those that don't know, First Strike's album "Rock of Offense" was Mike Roe's first production effort and he also helps out with background vocals.
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com
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As earlier indicated, the Lost Dogs (Mike Roe, Terry Taylor, Derri Daugherty and Gene Eugene) are completing work on the first album of a multiple record deal which was recently signed with BEC Recordings, a division of Tooth & Nail Records.
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In recent conversations, both Mike Roe and Terry Taylor have expressed great excitement about the recording.
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com 812.886.9230
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Warm & Filled Mgmt., the business office for Mike Roe, the Seventy Sevens and Fools of the World record label, opened their new office at 207 South Fourth Street in Vincennes, IN 47591 on June 8, 1999. The office may be reached at 812.886.9230. In addition to reaching Jonathan Feavel regarding live performances and promoter information, interested individuals may choose from a number of voicemail messages and announcements including details on what's new with Mike and the Sevens.
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com
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These opportunities are separate and distinct from the distribution of Michael Roe's new ambient project SLEEPWALK through Word/Unison.
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com 812.886.9230
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Bookings will now be handled by myself and Mike (Warm & Filled Mgmt.) as well as StreetLevel Artist Agency.
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Mike has July solo dates booked and Mark Harmon may also play the shows.
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Mike's (and Mark's) ambient Unison recording, Sleepwalk, is scheduled for release later this year and the guys are already working on the second project.
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And, many fresh, new marketing and showcasing ideas will soon be incorporated into the management Co., the website, the recordings and the products of Mike Roe and the 77's.
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com
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I am hesitant to tell all of you the following, because this isn't supposed to be happening to a 32-year-old and sometimes is a cause of depression for me. However, Mike has urged me to write and share with you what is going on in my life right now.
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Subject: Mike Roe and Gene Eugene
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However, on Friday night, May 14, 1999, Mike Roe will be performing in Fayetteville, NC.
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Warm & Filled Mgmt. (Mike Roe and the 77's) -- jt@77s.com
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ok - it's survey time. over the past six months Mike Roe and the 77's have been involved in some different side projects to help pay bills and fund the upcoming "EP" project. (which should be out very very soon!) what i need to find out is who of you would commit to buying these side projects if i were to stock up on them and sell them on-line in the 77's store. here are the details on each project and what they would sell for:
* Sean Doty "Unveiled" (i think that's the title) - this has been refered to quite often by Mike Roe as the "77's album of 1998". it features Mike, Mark and Bruce playing instruments with Sean Doty (formerly of Veil of Ashes) on lead vocals. this has some incredible stuff on it including a cover of the Rolling Stones "Sympathy For The Devil". these will be autographed by both Mike Roe and Sean Doty and sell for $19.99. very few of these will be made so they will quickly become collector's items.
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Mike Roe plays some guitars on the album and it would sell for $14.99. (BEC Recordings is a division of Tooth & Nail - i haven't heard this cd so i don't know much else about it.)
* Ledfoot (self-titled) - this hard rock album was produced by Mike Roe and is reminiscent of Stryper or Guardian. he can be heard prominently playing acoustic guitar on two songs.
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Subject: Mike Roe's top ten list
i know we usually are sending out messages about new product or about concerts so i thought i'd send out something a little more on the fun side. Mike just faxed me the following to hopefully be used in a future magazine article, but i thought it would be very interesting to all of his Internet fans as well.
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Mike Roe also wanted me to announce that after much waiting, the new Perry and the Poorboys album "Deep Blue Sea" has been released. we're selling it for them on the Internet in the 77's store.
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MIKE ROE ACOUSTIC SOLO PERFORMANCES FOR MARCH/APRIL 1999.
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Joseph Wolford will open and Mike will take the stage at approximately 8:30 p.m. Contact Jonathan (JT) Feavel at (812) 886-4637 for tickets and information.
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Mike will be playing at the Christian Cinema. Tickets now on sale for $9.90; golden circle limited seating tickets for $13.00. This show is sponsored and promoted by WZZD radio. Mike will be performing live on the WZZD morning show on 3/23/99. Contact Greg Smith at (610) 828-6965 for tickets and information.
March 24, 1999: Lavonia (Detroit), MI. Mike will be performing at the Trinity Theatre.
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Mike will be playing at Kent State University.
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Subject: Mike Roe to Tour in March
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Mike Roe, solo artist and singer/songwriter/guitarist for the legendary 77's will once again embark on a series of solo performance dates.
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Due to other demands, including recording projects for solo and 77's efforts, 77's festival performances and tour dates, Roe will not likely hit the road again until late fall or early winter '99.
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From: Mike Roe < mike@77s.com>
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Mike Roe
77s.com - Rad Rockers Interview with Michael Roe
www.77s.com, 30 Dec 2013 [cached]
Interview with Michael Roe Many of you will know Michael Roe as the hard working lead singer/songwriter of the 77's. Many years of rock-n-roll excellence have led the 77's to be called Christian music's greatest rock band by just about every critic in the biz. Now, some critics are dropping the Christian and just calling them "one of the worlds greatest rock-n-roll bands. Currently, besides working with the Sevens, Michael Roe is busy as one fourth of the critically acclaimed Lost Dogs and is nurturing a rapidly growing solo career.
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Recently, Michael Case spoke with Mike Roe, currently on tour with The Lost Dogs, about his many new projects...
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ROE: It was recorded around Thanksgiving 92, the year Aaron Smith was touring with Michael Card and other people like that so we were forced to go out unplugged and hone our vocal harmonies and acoustic guitar skills.
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ROE: Yes, Its a limited edition, its so rough we felt it would be best to release it on our own, we've never tried to sell one on our own.
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ROE: It reads like a greatest hit of 77's, the sappy pop version of the 77's that is, pretty well representative - it covers the whole span - at least through Pray Naked.
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ROE: We're in route to Atlanta Georgia, its fun and funny to travel with these guys, the traveling part is not that great we're short on personal and kinda crammed into a small travel space.
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ROE: I don't no, as long as we all still enjoy it and have fun, I've looked at it as a hobby band - its hard to do that when your a professional musician.
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ROE: Yes, It was pretty frustrating, our A&M/Island years.
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ROE: One week before the Joshua Tree, basically U2 kicked our ass, how could you compete that album...
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ROE: We're encouraged by what's happening, with success from Jars Of Clay, John Q Public just signed a major deal, etc. It's opened up the record buying public to our kind of music... We've been about five years ahead of our time with the Lost Dogs - we thought we were crazy with the first record - but we were sort of like John the Baptist.
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CASE: Tell me about your new solo record, Michael Roe - The Boat Ashore.
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ROE: I've waited all my life to make an album with that title
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ROE: The previous album is more like a sketch pad - this is a very commercial, very produced album, very competitive but still quirky and artistic like in the way safe as milk was.
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ROE: Now that the album (Tom Tom Blues) is exploding off the charts (laughs)...
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ROE: I was a bit disappointed with the response to Tom Tom blues.
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ROE: That's been a steady sort of item, its an unofficial bootleg that Randy Layton released to help me get going after the demise of the early group.
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ROE: Actually, there's a whole album, called The Magnates, that I recorded with Mike Urbano (also from Bourgeois Tagg) and Larry Tagg.
77s.com - Say Your Prayers Reviews
www.77s.com, 30 Dec 2013 [cached]
Michael Roe Say Your Prayers Reviews RelevantMagazine.com July 2002
Michael Roe's latest solo album, Say Your Prayers, is an introspective collection of songs that offer praise to God in the day-to-day joys and struggles, and everything that happens in between.
Some listeners already know him as the bluesy frontman for the critically acclaimed 77s. Other listeners will discover Roe for the first time, and soon realize that he is not only a skilled guitarist and vocalist, but also an extremely talented solo artist who has the ability to bring universal messages to life through his songs.
Say Your Prayers is his third solo effort, and one in the catalogue of numerous projects he has been a part of, both individually and collectively, throughout his 20-year career as an artist.
As a result, Roe has become highly recognized and well-respected by many. In whatever role he serves, Roe demonstrates that he desires not only to put forth finely crafted songs, but also to show himself in a very real way through what he writes.
Audiences can expect to hear rootsy, lightly folk-influenced numbers, mixed with pop-driven praise songs that speak from the heart.
The strength of the project lies in the fact that Roe is a passionate songwriter who writes from an honest and transparent place. He is also not afraid to touch on some of the tougher issues our culture has to deal with.
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Written, recorded and studio produced by Roe on his independently owned Fools Of The World record label, Say Your Prayers features stellar vocals and acoustic guitar stylings throughout.
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Former 77's Singer/Songwriter Michael Roe Completes New Solo Album Say Your Prayers
Michael Roe, singer/songwriter of the legendary 77's pop group, has released his latest solo effort Say Your Prayers on Roe's independently-owned Fools Of The World label. As with his earlier solo efforts, the project promises listeners an introspective, thoughtful and heart-wrenching collection of songs.
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"If I have any strengths as a writer besides the pretty melodies, people say they like my lyrics because they feel very honest, real and penetrating to their hearts," Roe says.
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Roe not only writes from a real place, but the writing also reflects great maturity and depth. He says that Say Your Prayers has been an outlet for him to stretch and grow lyrically. "In my younger days, I was more caught up with the music than I was the lyrics," he notes. Despite the lyrical emphasis, the album also faithfully delivers the intricate and passionate guitar work that have become a signature stamp of Roe's overall recorded output.
The new project by this pop music veteran is characterized throughout by gorgeous melodies, catchy tunes and meaningful messages that will cause listeners to reflect on themselves and look at others with a fresh insight.
Written, recorded and produced by Roe himself, Say Your Prayers features a stellar vocal and acoustic guitar performance by the artist who gave us other well-known classics like "Come and Gone," "The Treasure in You", "Your Pretty Baby" and "Ache Beautiful."
No matter what role he finds himself in, whether the bluesy frontman for the critically acclaimed 77's, all-things-to-all men guitarist/vocalist for the rootsy collaborative Lost Dogs, or expressing his genuine creativity as solo artist, Michael Roe is always aiming for something higher.
"I set a goal for myself long ago to always try and improve the lyric writing, to try to make it as good as I can," Roe says. "However, the higher that standard gets, the harder and harder it is to pull it off, which is probably why I waited so long to put something new out" he muses.
77s.com - 7Ball Feature Story on Michael Roe
www.77s.com, 30 Dec 2013 [cached]
It's 11 o'clock Wednesday morning (Sacramento time) and Michael Roe, one-third of the seminal Christian rock band the 77's, isn't by his phone like he promised when we spoke the previous Friday...
Michael Roe
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...However, his infamous answering machine is working just fine: "Michael row the boat ashore, hallelujah," strains a child's voice over the hiss and crackle of an overly used microcassette before breaking into a giggle. The next verse--same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse--is joined by a man's gravelly bass who sounds like he should have had four more hours of sleep--or cups of coffee--before attempting this feat. Less than an hour later, Mike gets treated to my answering machine: "Hi. Please leave a message and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. All apologies, he explains he is experiencing a really bad morning and would I be so kind to call back ASAP. I am.
Welcome to a day in the life of Michael Roe. His is an existence filled with phone tag, goofy messages and requests for waffles for breakfast from a 6-year-old girl. It's bluesy guitars, recording budgets that disappear too fast and people wanting money and time. It's a spiritual yearning cloaked in metaphor and coupled with a desire to be as real as he knows how. It's a matter of getting the boat ashore before the winds change direction or the leaks sink it. "I've had the title The Boat Ashore for many years," says Roe concerning this, his third solo release. Hooking up with longtime friend and current 77's drummer Bruce Spencer, the two crafted an album rife with moody, acoustic pop, which Roe describes as "autumnal.
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Throughout the album, Roe points out hints of Fleetwood Mac, Jerry Garcia and Bruce Hornsby, among many others.
Though the overall vibe is laid back and reflective, Roe refers to the final days of production as "the panic sessions. A self-proclaimed procrastinator, he admits he got a little lazy with the lyrics, hoping they would "tumble out" as he went along.
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Admitting that the idea of God wanting to love him intimately is a difficult idea to grasp, Roe says many of the songs fall into the "prayer and plea" category.
Some document turmoil (I've got a debt that I carry around, carry around like a weight/It don't relieve me to know/That it's already paid), while others are subtle celebration of a connection being made (Near the waterfall/When you speak I don't hear the water fall/I hear with my heart and you speak to me softly and clearly ... ).
"When I look at how hard the world is--the world God made and allowed to go astray--I can get so upset that I tend to mispercieve his love and not be able to see it," confides Roe.
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To listen to The Boat Ashore is to catch a glimpse of the world according to Roe. From the opening, where two unknown females think they're being clever by singing "Michael Roe your boat ashore" on his answering machine, to the refrain of "Be Yourself! on track 77, The Boat Ashore is the artist's attempt to present the world through his eyes. "Waking up to something like an answering machine message with people singing a bad joke ... it sounded like they were at some type of drunken party with people thinking, 'Let's drive Mike crazy.' Placing the lyrics to the song 'The Boat Ashore' right after that is the most autobiographical I think I've ever been. It communicates the feelings I get when I wake up and have to face the day, and I'm just simply unprepared."
Critical Discography: the recording history of the 77's and Michael Roe
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