Michael Roe

Michael Roe
Background information
Born October 12, 1954 (1954-10-12) (age 57)
California, United States

Michael Roe (born October 12, 1954) is an American record producer, songwriter, guitarist and singer.



Although he has released several solo albums since the mid-1990s, Roe is primarily known as the lead singer and lead guitarist for the rock band The 77s. In addition to releasing albums under the moniker 7&7iS, he has recorded several instrumental albums with bandmate Mark Harmon. Roe is also a founding member of the alt-country music supergroup Lost Dogs.

In the 1970s, Roe hosted the radio program Rock Scope, which featured music and interviews with a wide range of artists including Bob Dylan, Daniel Amos, T-Bone Burnett, Mark Heard and others.

Production credits include albums by Lisa Phenix, Johnny Reliable, Shadrach, Jason Todd Herring, Matt Nightingale, The Strawmen, Perry and the Poorboys, Steve Scott, First Strike, and Love Coma.



Studio albums

  • 1995 - Safe as Milk (released as a 9-song "curdled" version and a 12-song "uncurdled" version)
  • 1996 - The Boat Ashore
  • 2002 - Say Your Prayers
  • 2009 - We All Gonna Face the Rising Sun
  • 2010 - Michael Roe

Live albums

  • 1999 - Safe as Milk Live: Live at Cornerstone 97
  • 2000 - It's for You (double CD; additional tracks from this 1997 solo tour can be found on The 77s' Late compilation [2000])

Fan club releases

  • 2003 - Roesbuds


  • 1989 - More Miserable Than You'll Ever Be (numbered collector's edition box set; features Michael Roe solo tracks and demos/outtakes from The 77s)
  • 1990 - More Miserable Than You'll Ever Be (features Michael Roe solo tracks, demos/outtakes from The 77s' self-titled album, and unreleased material from The Magnets (Michael Roe & Larry Tagg); a remastered version was later re-released under The 77s moniker)
  • 2004 - Fun With Sound

Instrumental albums with Mark Harmon

  • 1999 - Sleepwalk (authorized bootleg of Unison Music's Daydream)
  • 1999 - Daydream (uncredited on this official Unison Music release)
  • 2002 - Daydream (Fools of the World re-release)
  • 2002 - Orbis

Albums with Terry Scott Taylor and others

  • 2003 - All Day Sing and Dinner on the Ground (EP)

Special & limited edition releases

  • 1997 - Demonstrations of Love (Various Artists), "Audrey"
  • 2001 - Soullift: Soundtrack for the Soul (Various Artists), "Mercy Seat"
  • 2002 - Come as a Child: The Andy's Angels Concert (limited edition live concert with Theo Obrastoff, Aaron Sprinkle, and Terry Scott Taylor)
  • 2003 - Come as a Child or Not at All (Taylor & Obrastoff), "Audrey" (extended version)
  • 2004 - Come as a Child or Not al All II: Like an Orange to a Child (Obrastoff & Watson), "No Soul"
  • 2004 - Welcome to the Revolution (Liberty n' Justice), "Change Comes Around" (with Harry Hess of Harem Scarem)

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