Robin Gazzara, 26, is a singer-songwriter from south jersey. Touring the country from the age of 18 to 22, she has performed piano/guitar/vocals with the bands "I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business" and "Ace Enders and A Million Different People" sharing the stage with several bands known as "angels and airwaves", "copeland", "cute is what we aim for" "steel train" and many more. Starting her song writing career at 14, Robins song "Identity" was featured on The Early Novembers "Friends of the Early November" cd that was sold world wide. Following that release, she fronted a band "one two three four" from 16 to 18 before taking the road as a touring musician. Robin since has been performing locally at places such as "The Bitter End", "The Grape Room", "TLA", "Trocadero" and many more while also the owner at "Robin Gazzara Music Studio" teaching and educating people in music all over south jersey. Having settled in to owning a studio, Robin now plays regularly all over the South Jersey/Philadelphia area entertaining audiences for all events and occasions. She can regularly be seen in some of the premier venues all over NJ as well a numerous private events playing everything from standards, classical, top 40, Indie, and everything in between.