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THE ROBOTIX is an exciting new band offering undeniable proof that rock and roll is still alive and well. As different genres of music have dominated the airwaves for decades, THE ROBOTIX has what it takes to help put rock music back on the map. The band qualified as a Top 60 Finalist in Season 8 of America's Got Talent and performed live at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on August 13, 2013, in front of a sellout crowd of 6,000 and 12+ million television viewers.
THE ROBOTIX includes 10-year-old drummer extraordinaire Logan "Robot" Gladden, who has been described by the media as "rock and roll's answer to Justin Bieber" and by Howard Stern as a "little John Bonham"; 13-year-old charismatic singing sensation Angelina Baez from Los Angeles, CA; 13-year-old guitar phenom Alex Shaw from South Florida; and 15-year-old rock solid lefty bassist Jared Devino. Fourteen-year-old Japanese guitar prodigy Yuto Miyazawa, who has toured with Ozzy Osbourne and is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the Youngest Professional Guitar Player in the World, records and performs with the band when scheduling allows.
Collectively the kids have performed live in front of millions, amassed tens of millions of YouTube views, and been featured on television shows and news programs worldwide (America's Got Talent, Ellen, Conan, Barney & Friends, and even a nationwide promotional campaign for Chuck E. Cheese restaurants). Now hoping to take the entertainment world by storm, THE ROBOTIX are on a self-proclaimed mission to help preserve rock 'n roll for future generations - one kid at a time.
THE ROBOTIX's debut EP "Rock 'n Roll" was produced by Aaron Sterling (session/touring drummer for John Mayer, Richie Sambora) and includes a mix of original material and a few choice classic rock covers. The EP was released via iTunes on December 4, 2012.
For more information, log on to THE ROBOTIX's official website at www.TheRobotix.com and follow the band on YouTube (The RobotixMusic), Facebook (The Robotix), Instagram (@therobotixmusic), and Twitter (@therobotixmusic).