Rob Rodell
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Rob Rodell

Band Pop Adult Contemporary


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"Taxi Review"

"Your range is impressive here... I can see the connection to Josh Groban's audience... Keep challenging your excellent range..." - Taxi A&R

"Taxi Review 2"

"The extended passages, syncopation, the odd, even unexpected phrasing here or there... [Last Port of Call] is an encouraging track." - Taxi A&R


"Dear Rob

On behalf of the marketing department of Southgate Mall and Value Market, I wish to extend our most sincere appreciation to you for your participation at Southgate...

Your support and assistance of marketing initiatives are most valued as they contribute to the overall brand positioning of the centre in making Southgate a destination of choice to our target market." - Thami Mbengashe - Marketing Manager


"Thanks Rob! Professional as always... I will definitely use you again." - Bruce - Entertainment Div.


Finding My Own Voice - 2008



Best described as Josh Groban wearing Madonna's African print leotard, the music style of Rob Rodell fuses contemporary classical with dance, rock and a shot of Afro-Pop in the world music genre. Whether defined as "popera" or "rockera," the music ably displays Rob's ability as a powerful vocalist with what experts in the music industry refer to as "an impressive vocal range." Aside from the launch of his debut album with collaborator Namwaaka of Platoon, Rob is also working on releasing his debut solo effort in 2008. Listeners who enjoy the likes of Josh Groban, Madonna, Freshlyground, Malaika, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Paul Simon (in the Graceland days), Mango Groove, PJ Powers and Johnny Clegg may find a chord that strikes a resonant note with them when listening to Rob. Rob has also been compared in style and vocal range to Elton John, Freddie Mercury and Mika, having been classically trained as these artists.