Rob first gained national prominence in the mid ‘90s as a founding member of RCA recording act Wanderlust, who scored a radio hit on the Billboard charts with "I Walked" and landed prime opening gigs for The Who, Collective Soul and others. Relocating to Los Angeles in 2001, he’s busier than ever, juggling a multitude of musical hats. A critically acclaimed solo artist with 4 solo albums released to date, Rob is also the touring guitarist and musical director for multi-platinum selling pop group Wilson Phillips and produced their most recent album, Dedicated for Sony/Masterworks.
Away from his work as musical director of Wilson Phillips and an active solo career, Rob’s consummate skills as an exceptional guitarist/vocalist is showcased in the Badfinger tribute group, "Straight Up," and CSNY tribute "Déjà Vu." Rob frequently lends his sideman talents to a multitude of L.A. based artists the likes of Rosemary Butler (Linda Ronstadt), John Pratt, Jeff Alan Ross (Badfinger), Ken Sharp, and others. A prolific songwriter, Rob’s original songs have scored high profile placements in TV, commercials and films, most notably Disney’s 2008 release, Bridge to Terabithia.
Rob’s new solo album, “Trouble Again” will be released in the fall of 2017.
Previous solo albums include Shine as “The Skies of America” (2006), Bring On The Happy (2009), Mea Culpa (2012), and Freeway (2014).