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Rob has had varied musical projects in his career, including being part of a boy band for 4 years, performing in venues around the country which included the Roadhouse Club in Covent Garden, London where the boys performed to industry professionals, having gained management in Newcastle, who at the time also had Cheryl Tweedy on their books.


A while after Rob gained a part as front man in Leeds Indie Rock band "Sound of Sirens" where they had a centre spread in the Yorkshire Evening Post and performed live on BBC Introducing! After 4 years the band broke up due to members leaving as heavy work schedules started interfering with their personal and work life.


Since then Rob has gone solo and achieved many things, including having tracks played on BBC introducing, a viral video on the internet which has reached over 50,000 views, a top ten iTunes single #8 with a song he wrote for little Alfie Evans, which was also #1 in the iTunes Alternative charts.