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A guitar player since the age of 17, Mark Rogers played in various Belgian bands in the 80s. 

With the band Lifeforce he released an EP as well as a video clip “Let’s Wake Up Somewhere Else”.


He left Belgium to establish himself in Dallas, Texas (USA), where he played with bands including “Cryvenus” an ex-member of the world-renowned King Diamond. They played shows with Warrant and George Lynch.


While abroad he completed the recording program of The Conservatory of Arts And Science in Phoenix, Arizona in 1999.


He released a self made album of classical guitar the following year. 


After a couple of years in the US he came back to Belgium  and released an instrumental album in 2008 called "Out Of The Blue".


2010 saw the birth of a more aggressive rock album called ”Healer Of God" mixed by Andy LaRoque in Sweden.


In 2011 Mark joined long time established band “Beyond The Labyrinth”.


In 2012 Mark formed blues band  “Dimes & Nickels” this time as lead singer and 

guitarist. The band released an EP in 2014 and is still active today.


In 2015 movie Producer P. Glotz asked him to write the soundtrack for the movie “Belgian Disaster”. 

A video clip was released for the song “No For An Answer”.


In 2016 Mark joined cover band “The Broadcasters” and played many shows in Belgium.


In 2019 Mark finished recording a fourth album dedicated to his passion and love for the blues.