Mike (in Tokyo) Rogers is a director, producer & DJ. He also is the creator of the feature, "Ghostroads - A Japanese Rock n Roll Ghost Story" which premiered at Raindance in 2017. He is a founding member of the Mt. Fuji - Atami Film & VR Festival.
Mike Rogers [aka Mike (in Tokyo) Rogers] is a director, producer, and a radio host.
He was also known as "Nigel Nitro", former lead singer of the Los Angeles punk band, The Rotters (who had the monster hit, "Sit on My Face, Stevie Nix" in the late 1970s.
Currently, he hosts the Mike Rogers Show on InterFM in Tokyo and on Radio Neo in Nagoya, Japan.
He is also the writer, producer and co-director of the 2017 feature film, "Ghostroads - A Japanese Rock n Roll Ghost Story" which premiered at the Raindance Film Festival 2017.
He is a founding member of the Mt. Fuji - Atami Film & VR Festival.
  • Producer (1 Credit)
    Ghostroads - A Japanese Rock N Roll Ghost Story2017
    Feature
  • Writer (1 Credit)
    Ghostroads - A Japanese Rock N Roll Ghost Story2017
    Feature
  • Director (1 Credit)
    Ghostroads - A Japanese Rock N Roll Ghost Story2017
    Feature
Birth Date
November 11, 1956
Nickname
Mike (in Tokyo) Rogers
Birth City
Tokyo
Current City
Tokyo
Hometown
Tokyo
Mike was the original lead singer of the late 1970s Los Angeles Punk Band, the Rotters. He sang the monster Punk classic, "Sit on My Face, Stevie Nix."
Mike was also the assistant to the legendary radio DJ, Rodney Bingenheimer, also know as, "Rodney on the Roq" from 1980 ~ 1981.
Mike was the first foreigner in Japanese history to be the General manager of a major broadcasting station.
"Everyday is an adventure!"
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Mike (in Tokyo) Rogers is a director, producer & DJ. He also is the creator of the feature, "Ghostroads - A Japanese Rock n Roll Ghost Story" which premiered at Raindance in 2017. He is a founding member of the Mt. Fuji - Atami Film & VR Festival.