Robin Gazzara
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Robin Gazzara

Hammonton, New Jersey, United States

Hammonton, New Jersey, United States
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter

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Upside Down EP

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Robin Gazzarra is a lover of tea, both of the cold and hot variety. She is a Pisces, youngest of four siblings, and occasional thrower of shoes....but more on that later. She'd grown up with a house full of music; her father a singer and multi-instrumentalist, sister a singer, and brother Ace Enders of The Early November and currently I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business. At the seven years old she began to play the piano, falling in love with the works of Chopin and Debussy. Before long Robin was scribbling melodies in the theory books meant to teach her the basics. Lyrics soon followed.

At thirteen she picked up a guitar and taught herself to play. She began to write and record songs on a 4-track Tascam, an especially apt Christmas gift she later realized was "the greatest gift I've ever been given." Her first efforts at songwriting were the cure for a secretly broken heart. She could be found in her yellow bedroom throwing shoes at the wall in frustration--things didn't seem to fit quite right.

At sixteen she'd become a staple at local open mic nights, talents shows, and charity events in southern New Jersey. By seventeen she’d added another element to her sound, turning her solo work into a full fledged band named OneTwoThreeFour. A four song EP with indie label Regular Music surfaced before OneTwoThreeFour parted ways shortly thereafter.

The breakup was a blessing in disguise, allowing Robin the opportunity to tour with her brother Ace Enders, cutting her teeth first with Ace Enders And A Million Different People then playing keys and providing backing vocals with I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business. Like any neophyte to the road, touring for the wide-eyed Robin was "a new and great experience. I was meeting people from all over the country, while learning about the music industry, and myself, all at once.”

Now, at twenty-one, she’s moved out of that yellow room and into an apartment all her own. Shoe throwing has been minimalized much to her neighbors' delight. And she had made the decision to focus her attention on writing and recording the things that feel right. When asked why she’s moved on from life on the road she says “I've always been scared of taking chances, but i've come to a point in my life where i just decided to go for it."