Gary Roller has always been creative, both in the world of music and art.
Roller believes that the goal of art should be to touch the viewer, "Successful art imparts deep personal insights, awakens love, and gives a deeper understanding of life," he says. His artwork features pastels, bronze sculptures, sketches and more. He is best known for his sculpture which serves as the famous Willy Nelson award statue.
Gary Roller is also the longest-standing member of the Rio Grande Band—the touring band for American singer-songwriter Michael Martin Murphey (MMM). He first joined MMM in his live performances in 1985, and still touring with him today.
He spends his summers working in the studio and doing live shows for families and events in New Mexico, but you can follow him on the road with behind-the-scenes LIVE videos and pics through Facebook or Instagram.