Buffalo, NY singer-songwriter Rob Falgiano explores light and shade with playful, intimate lyrics about the messy, beautiful human experience. His experimental pop approach incorporates jazz, new wave, and early rock & country with ambient electronica. Rob's 10th full-length recording is Back With The Dreamers, and he has written two books on metaphysics, including Life is Magic.

Rob's songs have been heard on some TV shows: 'Friday Night Lights' (NBC), 'Felicity' (WB), 'The Black Donnellys' (NBC), 'Everwood' (CW-ABC Family), 'Dude I Just Want My Pants Back' (MTV), and 'General Hospital' (ABC). Opening slots for a dozen national artists include: John Hiatt, Jakob Dylan, Nickel Creek, Ingrid Michaelson, Three Dog Night, Matthew Good, Nellie McKay, and Chris Trapper.

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' opening set by singer/ songwriter Rob Falgiano, whose remarkable vocal range turned some heads.' - Joe Sweeney, Buffalo News (Ingrid Michaelson concert review)

'Funk-rock band grooves with hints of soul and jazz, influenced by groups like Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings and the Robert Glasper Experiment.' - Cory Perla, The Public

'His use of digital blips and beats as flourishes sound something like Elvis Costello singing with the Postal Service.' - Peter Vullo, Artvoice

'Rob Falgiano took to the stage first. In a way, he was both Simon and Garfunkel. His stature and guitar skills invoked the former while his vocals recalled the latter.' - Mackenzie Lambert, Buffalo Rising (Ingrid Michaelson concert review)

'His (opening set) presented the audience with a mosaic of influences that conjure up a likable & sometimes funky sound. His work vaguely resembles that of John Mayer's earlier soft pop rock albums.' - Allison Eck, Buffalo News (Three Dog Night concert review)

'His strongest, most finely detailed and compelling collection to date.' - Jeff Miers, Buffalo News

'Daring and delicately understated.' - Donny Kutzbach, Artvoice

'The album is gorgeous. His music smacks of a hard-won humanism, tempered by a clearly blossoming songwriting talent.' - The Buffalo News

'What's impressive about your work is your unwillingness to settle for the obvious. More challenging than simply crafting a pop tune, but when you put the elements together properly the sky's the limit.' -

'Falgiano is more interested in making an album of value instead of writing one for the casual crowd.' -

'Many will be won over by Rob's voice alone, Neil Finn-like on the opener and sporting a mellow-soul falsetto.' - Muse's Muse

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DISCOGRAPHY: 'Back With The Dreamers' (2020) /  'Little Vision' (2017) / 'Nice Mouth' (2013) / 'All Star Heart' (2010) / 'Red' (2005) / 'Things I Used to Know' (2003) / 'The Contortionists Get Sweet For You' (2001) - with The Contortionists / 'Down The Long Lonely' (1997) / 'Pop Revolution' (1997) - with Plaster Sandals / 'Two Steps Left of Hip' (1993) - with Plaster Sandals