Flash Review: Roger Flyer’s ‘Songs Hidden in Eggs’

Do you like Americana, modern folk and heartland country music? If so, I think you’ll enjoy Roger Flyer‘s work, particularly his latest release Hidden in Eggs. He’s an eclectic musician who, incidentally, has emerging church/house church leanings. Parker J. Palmer says “Roger Flyer has a sweet and powerful ministry of music. I am grateful for it…”

As his website says:

songs hidden in eggs is a 2007 collection of 10 songs by Roger Flyer in collaboration with some of Minnesota’s most creative musicians and songwriters including Ben Kyle of Romantica, Joel Hanson of PFR, legendary Peter Ostroushko, accordionist Dan ‘Daddy Squeeze’ Newton from A Prairie Home Companion, violinist Jessy Greene of Wilco, multi-talented Matt Patrick, and the vocals of Minneapolis duo–the cates.

Check it out!

One Response to Flash Review: Roger Flyer’s ‘Songs Hidden in Eggs’

  1. Fan December 12, 2008 at 5:37 pm #

    Thanks for the lead. Some really great stuff here.

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