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Christopher Hawley Rollers


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Christopher Hawley’s haunts are ski towns, artist communities, beach bars, and college towns. With his much-anticipated third album Comes Around Again (available on iTunes), the open-hearted troubadour offers uplifting vibes and conscious music to an even wider audience. Constant touring in the Western US over the past ten years has established a grass-roots fan base, planting seeds for success.

This Venice, CA-based avid skier, surfer and yogi has mastered the art of raising spirits through music with a combination of inspiring lyrics, positive attitude, and danceable grooves. Rooted in the Colorado jamband scene of the ’90s and evolved from the legacy of great singer-songwriters like John Fogerty, Bob Marley, Johnny Cash, and Bob Weir, Christopher has created a unique blend of music. His seasoned guitar style and sense of melody reflect diverse multicultural influences. Lead guitar and slide breaks à la Duane Allman, Ali Farka Touré, Eric Clapton, and Jerry Garcia enliven the well-crafted arrangements.

Over the years, Christopher’s songs have attracted some of the most proficient players to be a part of the collective known as the Rollers. The musicians’ shared sense of adventure genuinely comes across in the music. Comes Around Again contains communal themes of interconnectivity, attachment to Mother Nature, and gratitude all rolled up in roots rock & roll. They are classic American tunes, sung in a strong voice described as “inviting” and “amiable.”

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