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Janelle Rogers did the unheard of back in 1992 by leaving a small town in Wyoming determined to decide what charted on Rick Dee’s Top 40. Thankfully, her path charted its own course to a three year stint at SXSW Music and Media Conference where she witnessed Beck circa “Loser” and her favorite keynote address ever with Carl Perkins who wrote “Blue Suede Shoes”. This led to a 10 year career with BMG and SonyBMG breaking indie bands like The Strokes, Beth Orton, and My Morning Jacket. With nearly 20 years experience in the music industry she’s worked with over 500 bands including personal favorites: Ben Kweller, The White Stripes, Belle & Sebastian and Ray LaMontagne. She’s also known to pull out a sewing machine from time to time to create clothing designs often inspired by the very artists she’s working.