The only Colorado native in the group, Mitch was born in Longmont, Colorado and raised in Berthoud (not Berthoud Pass, although he does love to ski!!!) Mitch is married to Annette Rogge, and is blessed with two beautiful little girls. He resides in the city of Aurora, and is the Manager of Business Intelligence for WJ Bradley Mortgage in Centennial, CO.
Mitch has been singing all his life, and began taking formal lessons at the age of 12. Some of his credits include the following: Performed in his first professional production at the age of 13 playing Winthrop in the “Music Man” at “Ye Olde Wayside Inn Dinner Theatre” in Berthoud, Colorado.
Performed in numerous professional musical productions including Grease, Hello Dolly, and Scrooge.
Won local, divisional, and regional “Stars of Tomorrow” competitions throughout junior high and high school.
Selected to participate in the 1989 ACDA National Junior High Honor Choir in Louisville, Kentucky.
4-year member of “The Bridge Between” show choir at Berthoud High School.
Selected to 2 consecutive All-State choirs in High School.
Received full-ride music scholarships to Colorado State University (Go Rams!).
Toured Internationally on 4 different occasions with “The Bridge Between”, the University Chorus from Colorado State University, and his current group “The Legacy Quartet.”
Performed professionally in the show “Music Country Music” at Fiesta Texas during the summers of 1993 and 1994 in San Antonio, Texas.
Placed 2nd in the “Nashville Stars” competition at the Grande Olde Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
4-year member of the Chamber Singers at Colorado State University.
Selected to sing The National Anthem at the first exhibition game for the Colorado Rockies at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado. Sang The National Anthem at multiple Colorado Rockies games at Coors Field.
Sang the National Anthem at numerous Denver Nugget basketball games in Denver, Colorado.
Former member of the acapella group “Take Heart” in Denver, Colorado.
Former member of “The 17th Avenue All-Stars” in Denver, Colorado.
For Mitch, it has been an extreme blessing to be a part of the Legacy Quartet. He thanks the Lord for the amazing opportunity to minister to people through music, and to share the wonderful news of the Gospel with the best group of guys a person could ever hope to have as friends!