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Nottingham-based singer songwriter ROB.GREEN has drawn upon the varied genres of music he grew up with – including soul, RnB, indie and rock, to inform his own distinctive sound and style.

In 2016, his self-titled ROB.GREEN EP debuted in the Top 40 of the iTunes Album Chart in its first week (and #3 in iTunes R&B Chart). ROB’s debut single Blue won international critical acclaim for the innovative way its music video was filmed, in one continuous shot.

Performing keeps ROB connected with his growing audiences and in 2016 alone, the self-taught guitarist played over 100 fixtures around the UK including; Y Not Festival, Victorious Festival, and gave an exclusive performance at the Apple’s Regent Street store to celebrate the EP's success as part of their #TodayatApple programme.

In 2017 ROB performed at the BBC Proms as part of Clare Teal's Swing No End Proms, which aired on BBC 6MUSIC, BBC Radio 2 and BBC Four television. He also supported Grammy Nominee Eric Bibb on the Netherlands leg of his Migration Blues Tour. ROB was invited back to the Netherlands in the summer for Zommerterras Festival and this year ROB re-joined both artists on their respective tours, beginning with supporting Eric Bibb for eleven dates of his UK Tour April 2018.

BELIEF - ROB's latest single - Talks candidly about the pitfalls and temptations of following ambition. The track immediately gained the attention of BBC Introducing's Dean Jackson. Receiving plays from Tom Robinson (BBC 6MUSIC) and Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1) within one week of each other.

2018 ROB is set to begin work on his first full studio album, the as-yet-untitled album will explore themes not traditionally explored by male artists; grief, loss, vulnerability, manhood, overcoming ego, identity, self-motivation and self-confidence. Working with some of the best musicians in the industry and rising producer Dave Tidmarsh; the soul, R&B record, fusing GREEN’s distinct vocals, writing and poetry aims to explore the artist’s relationship with masculinity in the most beautiful way imaginable.

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