Rogers & Nienhaus
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Two exceptional musicians with a lifelong career of performance on the world stage, Rogers & Nienhaus are just that.....world-class!!! With pristine harmonies and searing instrumentation, they are truly a 'not to be missed' act!! Whether performing in large venues or intimate club settings, ROGERS & NIENHAUS deliver a powerful show, that leaves their audiences wondering how 2 performers can deliver such a full, high quality sound. ROGERS & NIENHAUS put on a concert with 2 voices and 2 instruments, including guitars, bass guitar, piano, mandolin and harmonica. You will never feel disappointed after a ROGERS & NIENHAUS performance.....only disappointed that the show is over!!
photo ~ Jim Viviano Wildey Theater 11/29/2013
Alfresco Art Center 2015
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Terry Jones Rogers and Scott Nienhaus are 2 very talented singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalists, who have long and varied careers each in their own right, including stints with The Byrds featuring Michael Clarke, The Byrds Celebration, Firefall & Nicolette Larson.
Presently based out of the St. Louis Metro area, performing locally as well as nationally and internationally. Rogers & Nienhaus are also members of the last touring lineup of THE BYRDS CELEBRATION, along with Michael Curtis and Tim Politte. Now touring under the name, 'YOUNGER THAN YESTERDAY~a Tribute to The Byrds', ROGERS, NIENHAUS, CURTIS & POLITTE have just completed a new recording at Music Masters Studio, which was released on May 31, 2013.
This recording features their original material, many of which their fans have heard for years when they performed them along with The Byrds classic hits in their shows around the world, as well as a few new songs. And yes, this CD includes two classic hits by Michael Curtis; "Blue Letter", that he wrote with his late brother Rick, and was recorded by Fleetwood Mac, as well as "Southern Cross" written by Michael and Rick Curtis, along with Steven Stills, and recorded by Crosby, Stills and Nash. Also included, is a song written by original Byrds member Gene Clark, "Gipsy Rider", that has been a fan favorite for years in their live performances. Terry Jones Rogers' song "Pirates" is also included on this record, a song that was featured in all concerts by The Byrds featuring Michael Clarke.
CD available on line now @ www.shop.rogersandnienhaus.com
Wildey Theater 5/31/2013
Scott and Terry, along with Tim Politte from YOUNGER THAN YESTERDAY, percussionist Madison Thorn and keyboardist Bill Murphy, have teamed up with The Mondin Band, to form a tribute to Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young called 4&20. Performing at special events mostly around the Midwest, including The Family Arena in St. Charles,MO in 2010, 2011, 2012 and in 2014 to rave reviews. Shows in 2013 and 2014 are taking 4&20 on the road with shows in Junction City,KS, Peoria,IL, and more!!!!
4&20 t shirts are now available!!
In April of 2011, Terry Jones Rogers, Scott Nienhaus, Tim Politte and Michael Supe Granda resurrected The Real Macaws, a group that was originally formed in Nashville,TN in 1994, which included Vassar Clements on violin. Once again utilizing Music Masters Studios, Scott, Terry, Tim and Supe, along with a few special guests including Rusty Young of Poco, recorded and released a CD titled "STANDING ALONE" THE REAL MACAWS. Between their busy schedules, Supe with The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Terry, Scott and Tim with The YOUNGER THAN YESTERDAY, 4&20 and Rogers & Nienhaus, they still have time to Rock the Midwest, and are looking forward to touring Internationally in the near future!!
The Real Macaws CD Now Anailable photo ~ Madison Thorn
Rogers, Nienhaus & Politte of YOUNGER THAN YESTERDAY
in Music Masters Studio
Scott, Terry and Tim have also been working with St. Louis favorite, Pat Liston, recently performing with Pat at the world famous Sheldon Concert Hall. Scott and Terry also appear on Pat's solo recording "Dreamer" released in 2009.
Backstage @ The Sheldon photo~ Madison Thorn
Madison Thorn Photography