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Born To Fly is an acoustic, harmony focused, americana band who writes and performs their own music. The band is based in the Portland, Oregon area. The core of the group is a duo comprised of singers/songwriters Carol Ann Wood and Brian Thompson. They also perform as a five piece with piano, bass and drums when appropriate for the situation.
The band is comprised of Carol Ann Wood (vocals and
guitar), Brian Thompson (vocals and guitar), Marty Hoyle (vocals
and piano), Jimmy Cliff (vocals and bass), Rick Boyce (percussion) and
featuring (on guitar, mandolin & vocals) as well as produced
by, Roger Fisher (former Heart member and current Rock & Roll Hall of
Fame member) and brother Michael “Magic Man” Fisher.
Carol Ann Wood comes from a musical family and has an extensive history of performing all over the country. Brian Thompson has been playing, recording, and entertaining for 35 years, from Nashville to California.
The magnitude of talent of these five artists combined with their diverse backgrounds and experiences have proven to be invaluable in developing their masterful and fresh sound.
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HEART OF THE BLUES
Mike and Roger Fisher, co-founders of rock group Heart, wanted their own whiskey. After trying many different samples to get an idea of the direction they wanted to go, Rose City and the boys discovered a blend that Mike and Rog immediately recognized as “IT.” 100% Rye, 100 proof, aged in oak barrels, this experience is… well, let Roger tell it, “I’ve compared Heart Of The Blues with many, many others. What is special about it is, for a 100-proof liquor, it doesn’t assault the tongue like most others. It is simply more smooth. And the taste!!! It is sweet, with a flavor that simply delights. And it is light. Not a dark or heavy sensation, it floats like a butterfly on your tongue.”
Named after their 2018 album release, HEART OF THE BLUES, the music was inspired by time spent in the Mississippi Delta, home of the foundation of jazz, blues, rock, and all subsequent related styles of music. Roger Fisher and his band will spearhead the introduction of their whiskey with live performances across the nation.
The art of music is like the art of distillation: go to any length to produce the best, most fulfilling and inspiring work.
For more information
Born to Fly Official website
Roger Fisher Heart of the Blues Whiskey
1976: Dreamboat Annie
1977: Little Queen
1978: Dog and Butterfly
1990: Alias – Starring Freddy Curci on vocals, Steve DeMarchi and Roger Fisher on guitars, Steve Fossen on bass and Mike Derosier on drums
2001: Second Coming
2009: Never Say Never
2000: Evolution – Roger Fisher plays guitar, Sitar, Bouzouki, Percussion, Bass Guitar and Lead Vocals. Produced by Roger & Mike Fisher
2016: All Told – Listed as Roger Fisher And The Human Tribe
2018: "Heart of the Blues" - Listed as Roger Fisher and The Human Tribe
Songwriting credits include:
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