What an incredible way to end our 2014 shows in Europe! Tonight Roger headlined the Radio Gibraltar stage at the Gibraltar Music Festival. The day started off very hot and then cooled off as night fell. A gorgeous moon rose over the Rock of Gibraltar as Roger's concert was broadcast all over the festival. The very passionate crowd of all ages clearly enjoyed themselves. The full house started dancing and singing along from the very first song. Thank you to our friends and fans across Europe for a remarkable year. It was great to see everyone and to relive and create new memories. We will definitely be back next year and look forward to seeing you again.
[ Posted bymaria, September 07, 2014 7:24 ] Thanks goes to you for the beautiful moments, although shared only through the web site.
Thanks for your sharing, Linda!
When I read how Roger surprised with the song Had a dream, I had goosebumps.
He reminded me of a wise householder who brings out of his treasure things new and old.
And Roger is really wise that makes it gradually.
I wish you a happy conclusion of your wandering. I'm not sad, because for
love and friendship no exist borders nor States.
See you somewhere!
[ Posted byAngela, September 08, 2014 7:59 ] Roger's music is, once again, healing my soul from so many deep wounds.. When we moved to Canada in 1982 my brother Lou was totally obsessed with his music and listened to you all day, every day for months.. So much happened after that including Lou getting sick with a serious form of MS which has confined him to a wheelchair and soon to a bed.. Last year, my boyfriend surprised me with a ticket to see Roger in Kitchener.. and I fell in love with his music again.. It calms my pain and inspires me to continue having hope for all the bad luck that has afflicted my family for so many years.. Anyway.. this is my first time doing this sort of thing.. and just wanted to share how much I love Roger's music and how I listen to "Lord Is It Mine" every single day.. I just wish Lou could go see his concert when he returns to Canada in November...