Musician Roger Henderson was a staple on the Washington, D.C. music scene. An award-winning singer-songwriter, Roger was one of the area’s most active and respected artists. Roger’s multiple talents earned him parts in opera and Broadway productions, as well as gigs opening for Jonathan Edwards, Livingston Taylor, Schooner Fare, and many others. In addition to performing in concert halls, clubs and coffeehouses, Roger worked for many charitable organizations, including producing and performing in shows for terminally ill children. Roger released several albums of original and traditional material. His song Penny To My Name was recorded by the late Eva Cassidy, who also contributed backing vocals to his recording of After You've Gone.
The Re-Plugged CD is a CD version of both his Secrets In Your Eyes (orginally released on vinyl) and A Song Away (originally released on cassette tape) albums.
Roger passed away on July 29, 2011. His death leaves a hole in the Washington music community. Roger had a warm heart and an amazing talent. His musical legacy is a rich one, and his songs will live on and continue to bring us joy.