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There was a time when people actually danced to rock & roll. Those times continue with Bob Porembski and City Rhythm.
With a song list that spans three decades of rock & roll music, City Rhythm plays all the songs people really want to hear! Whether it’s Chuck Berry, Marvin Gaye, Lennon and McCartney or Bob’s own TV hits, every set is full of the classic rock & roll that everybody knows and loves. Playing jingly jangly rock guitar that earned him the nickname “Bobby Guitar”, Bob and City Rhythm play the songs as they were meant to be played, authentically.
Formed by Universal Music songwriter/recording artist, record producer and music educator Bob Porembski more than twenty years ago as a way to bring rock & roll music to a vast array of audiences at colleges, high schools and clubs, City Rhythm continues to bring its’ own brand of classic rock & roll to all. Another welcome benefit City Rhythm enjoys is being able to bring rock and roll to very appreciative audiences at schools, nursing homes and hospitals and those who would not otherwise be able to attend a show.
Among Bob’s other credits are his song, “Feelin’ More Like Christmas”, a seasonal TV hit that is featured on CBS, USA Networks, BRAVO and Trio Network and SPIKE TV and his song, “Good Morning, I Love You” which was featured on the edgy sitcom, “Good Girl’s Don’t” on The Oxygen Network. He has also written music for HBO, The Learning Channel, Rocher Candy and most notably Special Olympics (official theme song, “Take A Hand, Make A Friend” and “March of the Athletes” Fanfare).
Most recently Universal Music has commissioned him to write and record new songs for a children’s CD.
Bob’s latest “World Tour” has included stops at the legendary “Cavern Club” in Liverpool, England (birthplace of the Beatles) and The Hard Rock Cafe in Boston.
Bob Porembski is a Knucklehead Guitar Strings Endorsed Artist.