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Born in New York City, Rob Ambrosino started playing piano at age four and beating the drums at age five. While visiting his cousins in Queens at age six, something really big happened. On August 15th, 1965, the Beatles came to town and played Shea Stadium. In 1968, Rob's family moved to Allentown, Pa. where he later played drums and sang lead vocals for several garage bands including, "Bay", "Rage" and "Slipstream" which practiced in his basement and played victory dances at Parkland High in 1977. He went on to play with the successful upstate New York band "Not Us You" which opened for "Orleans" in 1981. During this period, he wrote "Southern Wind" as the band received kudos from band member Larry Hoppin of "Orleans" backstage during the show. In late spring 1981, the band broke up so Rob took his acoustic solo/piano gig on the road in pubs from New York to Florida. Currently residing in Connecticut, Rob has recently released this CD single which includes his upbeat, guitar-driven southern rock tune, "Southern Wind". On the flip side, "Greenport Turning Point," which is lends itself to the romantic style of Richard Marx and Don Henley. "Never The Same" is his latest song released in April of '06. This catchy retro acoustic-rock tune is clearly one of his best. This song features Rob's son, Nick Ambrosino on screamin' lead guitar.