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Roger Creager


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Born 1971 in Corpus Christi, Texas, U.S., Roger wanted to be a country music singer since he was six years old. He’s got a business degree from Sam Houston State University. His first album release was in 1999 (Having Fun All Wrong). After that he released three more albums. He is known for his high energy performances.

After Roger had an unsuccessful experience playing piano for a local band, he decided to create his own. The following is a list of the members of the Roger Creager Band along with the instruments they play.

Craig Smith - lead guitar
Alan Huff - piano, accordion, washboard
Matt Medearis - drums
John T. Slaughter - fiddle, mandolin
Stormy Cooper - bass guitar


- Live Across Texas (2004)
- Long Way to Mexico (2003)
- I Got the Guns (2002)
- Having Fun All Wrong (1999)

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- The Everclear Song
- Love
- Having Fun All Wrong
- I Got The Guns
- Things Look Good Around Here
- Long Way To Mexico
- Love Is Crazy


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  • tsudduth24

    Still going strong! Another great album

    14 Feb 2012 Reply
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    10 Jul 2011 Reply
  • eastsupernova

    love this guy

    13 Jul 2010 Reply
  • Epena84

    Rancho grande

    1 Jun 2010 Reply
  • Gaynor7

    He's still my No 1 :o) Fantastic music and a helluva voice...

    9 May 2009 Reply
  • Gaynor7

    Roger Creager is top of my library playlist now. Just totally love his music and voice. Brilliant :o)

    16 Sep 2008 Reply
  • tsudduth24

    New album is great!

    27 Aug 2008 Reply
  • karend24

    Hey y’all, Thanks for being Roger Creager supporters. However, I feel the need to give you an honest review of a show. I have to admit that I am not a native Texan, but I had been assured by all that I needed to see Creager in concert. So, I forked out my money and headed for a show in San Antonio. Creager was alright, but not something that will tear up the mainstream radio soon, so I thought I would be his advocate. However, I was assured that he was a true Texan and one who was proud of his fans so I blindly signed on, only to realize that Creager is a man in a midlife crisis and only out for himself. He even had his father tell me that although Creager appreciated his fans, he would be unable to sign autographs for all TEN of us in line after buying overpriced merchandise ($5 for a coozie and more than four times as much for a t-shirt) because he was too tired even though we had all played along and screamed four times for a video of a yet-to-be-released song, which I honestly cannot remember the title to because it was SO forgettable. Well, I called the radio station that supported his tour to voice my concern only to find out that Creager was TOO GOOD to appear at the radio station and had actually ended up in a fight with the DJ. I’m sad to say that my $140 in pre-sale merchandise and other money offered by the nine among me was too little to draw his attention AND he made his FATHER tell us he wasn’t interested in us, SO I hope that you have NOTHING better to do with your money that support this man who claims he cares about his fans but acts as if he wished we had all stayed home and out of his way.

    29 Jun 2008 Reply
  • OMFGItsVico

    Ain't half bad! :D

    11 Jun 2008 Reply

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