Once upon a time, Josh Groban and Madonna had a baby. He had his father's mop of hair, and his mother's Italian genes. So they called him Leonardo da Vinci.
He was a polymath - defined on Wikipedia as a person whose knowledge spans a significant number of subjects. He became a singer-songwriter, performing artist, professional speaker, music academic, entrepreneur, vocal coach, writer, author, blogger and marketing expert.
But alas, they realised the name was already taken, and as he got older he also went bald. So they renamed him Rob Rodell.
And they all lived musically ever after.
Hello and welcome to gold-selling artist and SAMA nominee Rob Rodell's website! Power vocals. A class act. Music to put you in touch with yourself. Rob "Reverb" Rodell is a South African Music Award (SAMA) nominated singer-songwriter who fuses contemporary classical styles with dance, house, pop, rock and Afro-pop. It's like Josh Groban being married to Madonna. This is a big man with a big voice.
Rob's biggest hit to date was the smash "Could This Be Love" with Cuebur & Shimza. Rob wrote the song and did the vocals, Cuebur produced the masterpiece, and Shimza took it to the people. The result was a gold-selling single that has become a bit of a classic in the House market.
Rob wears two musical hats: the classical crossover music style, due to his classically trained voice (that's the Josh Groban part - the 'constant' in Rob's music), and then the dynamic, ever-changing follow-the-trend music style (that's the Madonna part - the 'variable' in Rob's music). If you like Josh, the chameleon-esque always-changing style of Madonna, Michael Ball, Michael Crawford, Adele, Avicii, Sweidsh House Mafia, David Guetta, Freddie Mercury, Elton John, Mika, Rick Astley, or just a dash of Brightman and Bocelli, you'll probably find something in Rob's music that you like too. Thanks for taking time out of your day to connect with Rob. Have fun...