Roger Eno

Roger Eno

Sat   Mar   23   2024 - 9:00 PM St. John's Cathedral

“An ambient- music maestro” – Rolling Stone

Roger Eno is a British composer and musician whose distinctive style as a recording artist has attracted a cult following. As well as first collaborating with his brother, Brian Eno, and Daniel Lanois in 1983 on Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks, he has made over a dozen solo albums and other collaborative pieces with the likes of Peter Hammill, The Orb and his first “band”, and the ambient supergroup Channel Light Vessel. He’s also teamed up as a session musician and band member with artists as diverse as The Orb, Lou Reed, Jarvis Cocker and Beck, and not to mention his three-year stint as Musical Director for Tim Robbins and his band, The Rogues Gallery. Also known as a solo composer in both theater and film, Roger scored Trevor Nunn’s highly acclaimed production of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal at London’s National Theatre and, more recently, Nick Hornby’s Emmy winning TV series State of the Union. Beyond that he has contributed music to many film soundtracks over the years. Eno’s most recent solo album, The Turning Year, was released in 2023.

Knoxville, TN · USA



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