Roger Meade Clyne (born January 13, 1968) is the lead singer, songwriter, rhythm guitar player, kazoo-ist, and harmonica-ist for Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers. His previous bands include The Mortals and The Refreshments.
Clyne and the Peacemakers released their sixth full-length studio album, "Unida Cantina," in April, 2011. They also wrote and recorded the theme song for their hometown Arizona Diamondbacks, entitled The D'Backs' Swing. Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers also have three live albums.
Much of Roger's music revolves around life in southern Arizona. Roger was born in Tucson, AZ and grew up in Tempe, AZ where he balanced life as a suburban kid and visiting his grandparents ranch in Southern AZ with riding horses, herding cattle and fixing fences. As a youth, his frequent trips south of the border to Mexico have influenced not only his music, but also his charitable contributions. Roger attended college at Arizona State University. Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers have been throwing big concerts in Rocky Point, Mexico for over 10 years and always raise money for charities based in Rocky Point, Mexico as well as many charities in AZ.