Rob Lever started playing piano during his time at middle school. It was only until he had his first live performance when he sang 'Nothing Rhymed' by Gilbert O'Sullivan that his music career spawned. He attended Oxford Brookes where he did a 3 year music degree.
His first band was a band formed together featuring his high school mates, in which he composed, played electric guitar and sang as lead singer. His individual sound formed when he went solo and moved to acoustic material. Since the age of 18, he has been gigging solo, once or twice getting together with a backing band to perform songs better suited to having company and now in his home music studio with an eclectic range of instruments he has been creating songs that are infectious, poppy and experimental.
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