Colorado singer/songwriter Michelle Roderick brings a wealth of imagery to her original music that she has been writing over the last 20 years.
Colorado singer/songwriter Michelle Roderick brings a wealth of imagery to her original music. Michelle has been writing and performing music for over 20 years. Her collection of songs blends a mix of country and sultry rock into familiar life stories.
Michelle moved to Fort Collins in 1993 from the Midwest (born in Wisconsin - raised in Minnesota) where she began writing and performing her songs out in the Northern Colorado area. Her influences stem from spending her college years in Lubbock, Texas and from the strong support of original music in Colorado. In 2001 she started a band made up of talented Front Range musicians including Lloyd Drust (electric), Martin Poole (drums/vocals) and Dick Armentrout (bass/vocals). They developed a following and performed at several places around the area. Michelle has opened for folks such as Liz Barnez, Wendy Woo, The Three Twins (The Subdudes), and John Stewart (The Kingston Trio).
After taking a break, Michelle is now performing as a trio with John Bunzli (electric) and Dick Armentrout (bass/vocals). They bring a seasoned sound to Michelle's distinctively strong vocals and song writing.
Influences: Kathleen Edwards