Videos

Roger Davies: 70 Paintings 2018 – 2021 A selection of paintings by Roger Davies created between 2018 – 2021
Roger Davies & His Band – TIME GOES BY Taken from the album ‘Roger Davies & His Band’ out now on iTunes
Roger Davies & His Band – Into The Sun This video encapsulates the bands musical adventures over the last two years, up until everything changed due to the Covid-19 restrictions on live performances. We miss the music, we miss the concerts and most of all we miss our audiences. We are looking forward to seeing you again, as soon as we can safely get back to it. Meanwhile, here’s something we put together for you which we hope may help to raise a smile and bring back some happy memories.
Roger Davies Art Show 1 Roger’s first exhibition of original drawings and paintings took place at the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse from 24th March – 21st April 2018. This short overview of the show was made by the gallery and serves as a lovely reminder of a very happy time. The soundtrack features ‘Lost For Words’ taken from the Roger Davies & His Band album.
Roger Davies & His Band, Debut Single ‘Chasing The Sun’ (Official Trailer).
Roger Davies & His Band: Stephanie live at 7 Arts, Leeds from 11/3/2017.
Roger Davies with Fairport Convention: Live at The Lowry, Salford on 28/2/2016 during the 2016 Fairport Convention Winter Tour. (I Think I Hear) Destiny Callin’ followed by a full band rendition of James Dean.
Roger Davies – SPRINGSTEEN.
Roger Davies performing ‘Wear Your Poppy with Pride’ 31/10/2014 live in Saltaire.
Roger Davies: ‘Raised on Rock n’ Roll’ – taken from the album ‘Local Radio’, out now.
This Land Is Your Land – Roger Davies with the Skelmanthorpe Prospect Band, recorded in concert on September 27th 2014. A tribute to Woodie Guthrie with a West Yorkshire twist!
Roger Davies sings ‘Huddersfield Town’ taken from the album ‘Northern Trash’ out now on iTunes.
Roger was lucky enough to be a guest on ‘The Verb’ hosted by Ian McMillan for BBC Radio 3 in January 2014.
Roger Davies – ‘Brighouse On Saturday Night’ with the Brighouse & Rastrick Band. Taken from the album ‘Northern Trash’ and included on ‘The Yorkshire Songwriter’ Special Edition Double CD.
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