Roger Cairns started singing at a very early age and hasn’t stopped since. He sang at his aunt’s wedding when he was three years old. He sang in the church choir. Every year, he sang at the local residents association Christmas party. He sang at school and was 12 when he was awarded the Robert Burns Prize for excellence in the singing of Scottish songs. That’s what Roger knew, that’s what he loved, and that’s what he decided he was going to do when he turned 9: he was going to become a singer.
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… Cairns is a master of all. … a seasoned professional who has put in his
countless hours of singing, performing and truly being there. You can hear it
in his phrasing and his honest and sincere delivery of each lyric, hitting the
emotional core of each song. … few vocalists can convey such vulnerability
and strength at the same time.
- Geannine Reid, Ejazzznews.com.
His vocals offer a glimpse of emotion wrapped in a timeless quality…
- J Edward Sumerau, MetroSpirit.com.
… has a voice that reminds me of classic crooners like Mel Torme, Johnny
- Jeffrey Siegel, straightnochaserjazz.blogspot.com
Everything Roger sings is in his own voice with its own level of appeal and
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