The New Album
Born in Seattle, Washington on February 14th, 1950, Roger Fisher was the founding guitarist of the rock group Heart, globally known through the sales of more than 30 million albums. Roger has played in almost every major city in North America. He has also toured Europe, Japan, Australia, Uzbekistan and Russia, and performed at massive events in the Czech Republic, Japan, Canada and the United States for as many as 280,000 people at a single rock show. He has appeared on a multitude of television shows including Johnny Carson and Jay Leno, and television broadcasts for more than 60 million people in Europe.
Songs featuring Roger’s songwriting and iconic guitar riffs have been used in numerous TV commercials, TV shows, Guitar Hero (3 songs), and in several movies, including Charlie’s Angels and Shrek 3. Other artists have covered his material, including Eminem. His timeless anthem guitar intro to Barracuda is frequently used as the lead in for America’s number one rated radio talk show, Rush Limbaugh. Tony Robbins refers to Barracuda as part of the turning point in his life. It was also controversially featured by Republican presidential and Vice Presidential candidates, John McCain and Sarah Palin in the 2008 election. The original line-up of Heart was inducted to the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2013. His latest release is album one – ALL TOLD – of a four-album package entitled ONE VISION, with brother Mike, aka Magic Man.
The Making of All Told, Part One (Taking The Torch & One Vision)
The story of the making of the first of four albums from ONE VISION, the Fisher Brother’s epic project. The One Vision Project is comprised of four volumes. Each acts as a gateway to hundreds of songs, videos, photographs, artwork and written material. The first album, All Told, is an overture to the entire vision, designed to tell a story of the human experience we all share, passing through the stages of life. Click here for the rest of the story!
Magic Man Les Paul For Sale to Benefit One Vision Project!
Roger Fisher is offering to sell the “Magic Man Les Paul” for $90,000 to raise money to fund his One Vision Project. This is the actual guitar used on the recording of Heart’s “Magic Man” and countless other classic tracks.
Mike and Rog are on a mission. Right now is the launch.
Financial help is necessary in order for the Fisher Bros to make a big difference on getting their music out there. They both believe that if they can just get people to hear and see it, they will love it and the Bros can get out there and start doing live shows and raise awareness of the movement Roger Fisher and the Human Tribe are a part of. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
|02 Oct 2016||Mission Theater||Portland, Oregon Mission Theater||Mission Theater||Buy ticket - $10 In Advance|
|10 Sep 2016||Summer Ender Fender Bender - FREE EVENT||Tacoma, Washington America's Car Museum||America's Car Museum|
|03 Sep 2016||Austin & Rog||Monroe, WA Blue Boy West Golf Course||Blue Boy West Golf Course|
|09 Jun 2016||Steve Azar's Celebrity Golf Tournament||Greenville, Mississippi|
|07 Jun 2016||Recording With WS Holland||Jackson, Tennessee|
|04 Jun 2016||The Underground with KISM||Bellingham, Washington The Underground||The Underground|
|01 Jun 2016||KMIH Radio Live Presentation||Mercer Island, Washington|
|29 Apr 2016||Grammy Museum Presentation||Cleveland, Mississippi Grammy Museum||Grammy Museum|
|14 Feb 2016||ALL TOLD Album Release Party||Bothell, Washington McMenamins||McMenamins|
I miss the real HEART music so much! like you said in the past the world needs it. Continue reading →
What happened to Heart when you left? I was at their concert in Albany and they played a lot of Zeppelin and other songs. I would have liked to hear Heart songs. I wished they would have played all of Little Queen and Dream Boat Annie. That would have been perfect. Continue reading →
Dear Mr. Fisher,
I just wanted to send you a quick note to say thank you for the wonderful music you were so instrumental in creating in your time with Heart! I was 16 when Barracuda came out and I bought the Little Queen album back then and fell in love with so many of the songs. Continue reading →
I’m glad to see Roger still making good music and still working with Steve and Mike.
Back in the fall of ’76 I went to the former Boston Music Hall with my then band mates to see Jeff Beck’s Blow By Blow concert. The opening band turned out to be Heart on your first tour. Everyone in the place was blown away by how good you guys were. You rocked the shit out of us. Continue reading →