ROB is a true innovator. Never satisfied with the status quo, he constantly pushes himself as an artist. Picking up drums at an early age, ROB practiced hours a day, eventually building a foundation for a B.A. in music/percussion. After college he became a professional musician in Dallas, TX. Although he kept busy teaching at the Dallas School of Music and freelancing as a percussionist throughout the Metroplex, ROB's main focus was centered on his pop/rock band, 'Babble Zoo.' Babble Zoo emerged quickly in the Dallas music scene and established itself as one of the main draws in the area. ROB found himself a regular entertainer in renown clubs like Dada, Trees, and Poor David's Pub. This popularity eventually led to the band's first CD entitled, 'Mississippi Man.' Unfortunately for Babble Zoo and their fans, the band would not last much longer after it's release. Always thinking outside of the box, ROB went back to the drawing board and totally reinvented himself. Taking a few years off, he taught himself how to play guitar and bass and also learned how to record. He also spent this time writing material for his first major release, 'Happy Hour.' The end result is a mainstream pop/rock CD that was entirely written, performed, recorded, and produced by the artist himself. Every song is unique and colorful, revealing his depth as a songwriter and musician.