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Rollie Stevens

Phoenix, Arizona firefighter, Rollie Stevens, writes Mainstream Country and sings about the West that he truly loves.  As a youngster, growing up around the Arizona desert, he was greatly influenced by the songs of Marty Robbins, the king of western ballads.  Even though Rollie has now developed his own smooth singing style, he is often compared to the legendary performer.  Rollie’s singing career began in 1996. “I would always sing around the fire station while cooking or cleaning.  One night the firefighters talked me into entering a talent show at Graham Central Station.  I sang one of Marty’s songs, ‘El Paso,’ and was accused of lip-sinking.” It was then that that Rollie knew he needed to develop his own style.  Even when Rollie sings “his own style”, there is still a hint of the great Marty Robbins in his lilting vocals. He doesn’t try to sound like Marty…”it just comes out that way”. He is proud of that distinction and pays tribute to Marty Whenever he can in keeping his songs alive singing Fan Favorite ‘Marty’ tunes. He performed El Paso For Marty Robbins Induction Into Arizona Music and Entertainment Hall Of Fame April 2005 “A Humbling Great Honor”  Rolle’s awards from the Arizona Country Music Association. He won the “Best New Male Vocalist” award and the “Songwriter of the Year” award for his song “Middle of a Heartache”, co-written by Rose Diehl. Rollie can impersonate almost any singer and is a small part of all his shows a true entertainer all off the cuff depending on audience he will do. Engelbert, Tom Jones, Dean Martin, Merle Haggard, Walter Brennen, George Strait, new artists  Lynn Anderson, Dolly Parton even!! And on and on “you never know what’s coming out of me…..Because I don’t” Never does the same show twice rarely uses a set list will break into any song requested, very fluid.  In recent years, Rollie has shared the stage with such major acts as Alan Jackson, Sawyer Brown, The Late Chris LeDoux, Steve Holy, Emerson Drive and Trick Pony. Rollie toured for several years with the legend Lynn Anderson (Rose Garden) and Mentor Williams (Drift Away) has recorded in Nashville with Grady Walker, Duane Sciacqua, Jim Whitehead and Joe Hunter, Gary Buck and Billy Williams; at festivals all over the country, wherever Rollie performs, he is always asked to come back for a return engagement. He has developed a large following throughout the Southwest. And across the country and internationally. The accolades keep rolling in for this gifted performer. Rollie won the DisCovery award from Music Row Magazines Robert K. Oreman he is Touring doing shows of all original and shows of modern and traditional country or even western music “trying to keep the roots alive and me too”   Rollie is a BMI songwriter with over 76 in catalog 200+ songs to his credit. He has co-written with some of the top songwriters in Nashville, including Don Goodman (Angels Among Us), Royce Porter (Ocean Front Property), Anita Cox, Corey Baxter and Pat McGrath.  His latest session was recorded at Direct Image and also recorded at Makin’ Music, and the sound Kitchen.

Great Talent!

Ive been very fortunate to have the best musicians in the world on my CD' here are some of them!!

Love Hammin it up

Loved performing at some of the ledgendary establishments in Nashville!!

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The musicians

Lead vocals Rollie Stevens 

Lead Guitar Jeanne Cahill 

Guitar Jerome Campbell

Bass Mike Miller

Piano Mark Yeary

Our history

Started In Phoenix at Grahmns Central Station 19 fireman dared me to enter contest I didnt win but learned I can Sing!!!!!!

Our sound

While we do record popular country our roots are definitley Old school Marty Robbins, Merle, Glen Campbell, so I am a traditionalist, and I sing Western as well and we are known for this, used to do this with Lynn Anderson (Rose Garden) that was a lot of fun, Good memories


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