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Debut Album Fairweather
With their imaginative storytelling and honest lyricism at the core, Fairweather awesomely juxtaposes the songs and voices of the Roger twins. Together, they bring a balance of folk, roots, and rock inspired songs in a beautifully produced album that makes for a remarkable first recording.

Fairweather was recorded and co-produced by their father Lloyd Peterson (The Wailin' Jennys, The Weakerthans) at Paintbox Recording in Winnipeg, and mixed by John Whynot (Kathleen  Edwards, Blue Rodeo). The album artwork was drawn and designed by Madeleine Roger.

It was released on January 15, 2016, and reached the No. 1 spot on the Canadian Folk/Roots/Blues charts. It can be found on iTunes, Spotify, Google+, CD Baby, etc, or by heading to the "Store".

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Roger Roger acknowledges the support of Manitoba Film & Music, FACTOR, Manitoba Music, and Canada Council for the Arts.