In 2002 bob K won a talent contest, that led to the first single Keeper Of My Soul. Shortly afterwards bob K got signed to Eckworks, that released the selftitled album bob K. In 2008, the musical direction changed from the previously pretty slick sound, towards a more emotionally driven and atmospheric rock. Something that emerged as new members joined the band and come up with interesting musical influences.
Second album called Fragile was released in 2010. The Fragile Tour started together with the American artist Kevin Max (dcTalk, Audio Adrenaline), in Finland late March 2010, and continued in Sweden and Lithuania.
bob K was signed up for a worldwide distribution, and Fragile was re-released in 2011, and gained more fans in South America, the USA and Europe.
In 2010, bob K joined forces with American/Norwegian producer David Larring for a new production, entitled Noir/Blanc, which was released in 2012. It was frequently played by American Effect Radio, and the music videos appeared in several tv-shows, also in South America.