ROGER MARIN VIDEOS





Roger Marin & Mike Tuyp 2013
Roger Marin & Mike Tuyp
It'll Be Alright

Woodstock.

Mary Gauthier 2012-09-30
Mary Gauthier
I Thought I Heard A Train

McCabe's Santa Monica

Roger Marin Profile - 2011 Cicadafest (Cogeco)
Roger Marin Cicadafest
Profile

A Profile of Roger Marin at his 2011 Cicada Festival in Niagara Falls Ontario. This clip was produced by CogecoTV Niagara.

Rollin On - 2011 Cicadafest (Cogeco)
Roger Marin Band
Rollin On

Roger Marin performs Rollin On, at the 2011 Cicada Festival in Niagara Falls Ontario. This clip was produced by CogecoTV Niagara.

You Hate Yourself - 2011 Cicadafest (Cogeco)
Roger Marin Band
You Hate Yourself

Roger Marin performs You Hate Yourself, at the 2011 Cicada Festival in Niagara Falls Ontario. This clip was produced by Cogeco Television.

Whiskey Take Me Off The Shelf
Roger Marin & Mark Jungers Tour
Whiskey Take Me Off The Shelf

Roger Marin performs his song Whiskey Take Me Off The Shelf, at the Ironwood Stage & Grill in Calgary Alberta Canada on April 21st, 2011. Michael Tuyp (backup vocals, electric guitar) and Mark Jungers (harmonica) provide accompaniment. This was the first night of a weeklong song swap tour with Mark Jungers throughout southern Alberta.

Rolling On
Roger Marin & Mark Jungers Tour
Rolling On

Roger Marin performs his song Rolling On, at the Ironwood Stage & Grill in Calgary Alberta Canada on April 21st, 2011. Michael Tuyp (backup vocals, electric guitar) and Mark Jungers (harmonica) provide accompaniment. This was the first night of a weeklong song swap tour with Mark Jungers throughout southern Alberta.

Silvertown
The Roger Marin Band
SILVERTOWN

The Roger Marin Band gratefully acknowledges Miguel Barbosa (yeahfilmscompany.com), Martin Dobrovodsky, Rick Firth, and Zack Pothier for the use of additional footage, as well as Patrick MacIntyre of the Ironwood Stage & Grill in Calgary.
You Hate Yourself (Acoustic Band Live)
The Roger Marin Band
YOU HATE YOURSELF

The Roger Marin Band performs an acoustic version of You Hate Yourself, at the ironwood Stage & Grill in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. "You Hate Yourself" is a featured track from the Silvertown album.
Rosie (Acoustic Band Live)
The Roger Marin Band
ROSIE

The Roger Marin Band performs an acoustic version of Rosie, featuring Mike Tuyp on guitar, at the ironwood Stage & Grill in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Rosie is a featured track from the album Silvertown.
Rosie (Acoustic)
Roger Marin
ROSIE

Roger performs a solo acoustic version of Rosie, an old style country love song. Rosie is a featured track from his album, Silvertown.
Silvertown (Acoustic)
Roger Marin
SILVERTOWN

Roger performs a rare solo version of the title track from his album, Silvertown.
Whiskey Take Me Off The Shelf (Acoustic)
Roger Marin
WHISKEY TAKE ME OFF THE SHELF

Roger performs Whiskey Take Me Off The Shelf, a track from his album, Silvertown.
Blondie & Dagwood
The Roger Marin Band
BLONDIE & DAGWOOD

RMB perform Adam Carroll's "Blondie & Dagwood" at Midday Studio, CFJC Kamloops BC
by S-cats July 21, 2008
Rollin On
The Roger Marin Band
ROLLIN' ON

Rollin' On, from Roger's album "High Roads". Produced with The Artist Development Co-Op


Roger Marin isn't so much the kind of songwriter who's heard as much as felt. With his combination of honest lyrics and rough-and-tumble life experience, Marin aims for the heart and hits it every time.

"My father and uncle were seven-night-a-week musicians," says Marin from the studio while putting the finishing touches on his upcoming album Silvertown. "Growing up in Timmins, Ontario, we had guitars all over the house, but my uncle told me I couldn't play in the band unless I played pedal steel, so I took it up because it was my only option."

So, the 12-year-old Roger Marin took to the stage with his father and uncle playing an instrument that usually isn't part of any pre-teen dreams of rock stardom. However, this experience helped develop the aspiring musician. "Bringing myself onstage when I was about 14, and sometimes playing guitar as well, I started playing with musicians with 30-40 years of experience and I learned to play sparsely. I learned that really young, when to play and when not to play," says Marin.

Spencer Brown
Beatroute Magazine