Interview With Amazing Singer/Songwriter David Rogue!

(PCM) Breakout singer and songwriter, David Rogue, recently took center stage at Joe’s Pub in New York City to showcase his highly anticipated debut album “Victim of My Circumstance” last weekend. Rogue was recently highlighted by Life & Style Weekly as a “must listen!”, and his music has been featured in several award-winning films. “Victim of My Circumstance” is available worldwide on iTunes and other online retailers now.

The newly acclaimed musician wrote 11 of the 12 songs on the album, which was produced by Grammy-nominated producer/engineer RKRoman Klun and also features some of the industry’s biggest names. At the show, David will be performing the lead single off his new album, “Free Fall in Love,” which was co-written by Glee star, Matthew Morrison, alongside Jeff Cohen and Sacha Skarbek. Also performing live with Rogue Saturday night is an all-star line-up including famed saxophone player Andy Snitzer (Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett, Paul Simon) and Spin Doctors drummer Aaron Comess. Additionally, David’s track “The Ride” features duet vocals produced by multiple Grammy award-winner Phil Ramone. Fans can also look forward to hearing musicians Jim Keltner (John Lennon, George Harrison, Bob Dylan), Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, John Lennon, Pink Floyd), Ben Butler (George Michael, Rod Stewart) and Matt Beck (Matchbox 20, Rob Thomas) on the new record among many others.

PCM’s Kristyn Clarke was recently able to catch up with David Rogue just prior to his incredible performance at Joe’s Pub in NYC to discuss the new album, working with legendary musicians and more!  Listen below:

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