Rollie Stevens writes and sings about the West that he truly loves. As a youngster growing up around the Arizona desert, he was greatly influenced by the songs of Marty Robbins, the king of Western ballads. Even though Rollie has now developed his own smooth singing style, he is often compared to the legendary performer.
Rollie has been presented with awards from the Arizona Country Music Association. He won the Best New Male Vocalist award and the Songwriter of the Year award for his song “Middle of a Heartache,” co-written by Rose Diehl. Rollie can impersonate almost any singer. Engelbert, Tom Jones, Dean Martin, Merle Haggard, Walter Brennen, and on and on “you never know what’s coming out of me. I don’t.”
Rollie is also an excellent songwriter with over 200 songs to his credit. He has recorded seven albums and more to come.