PGS has cultivated a fervent, worldwide fan base fueled in large part by the Latin/Caribbean-infused title track from the band’s 4th studio album, ‘The Queen’s Carnival’ (2016). No Depression praised the album as “a uniquely affecting work…impossibly memorable!” With influences as diverse as Jimi Hendrix, The Kinks, Afro-Cuban rhythms and Celtic folk, Robert has delivered a sound like no other. In fact, one of Robert’s musical signatures is to take Classic Rock songs such as Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Fire’, The Kinks’ ‘You Really Got Me’, and Cream's "I'm So Glad", and to completely reimagine them.
The band has shared the stage with such artists as Mindi Adair (2x), Boney James (3x), YES, Blues Traveler and Scott Weiland.
PGS has had several top radio singles – “The Captain Of Her Heart” (ft. Judie Tzuke) from ‘Play’ (2008), “Catch You Later” and the title song from ‘Spring Dance’ (2012), “Fire” and “New York City Groove” from ‘Made In New York’ (2015), and “You Really Got Me” (ft. Lucy Woodward) and the title track from ‘The Queen’s Carnival’ (2016).