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“Meet Lovestruck Robot, a promising band from Orlando, FL. They recently won the Florida Grammy Showcase, and just performed at the honorable "A Night of Hope Gala". Things are definitely looking up for these guys, and in February they're Jango's Band of The Month. Here is the interview, enjoy! Describe Lovestruck Robot's sound in one sentence? Put Maroon 5, Justin Timberlake, Lenny Kravitz, and Outkast in a blender and you will get a Lovestruck Robot smoothie. When was Lovestruck Robot formed and where? February of 2011 in Orlando, FL Name three people who have influenced your music, and tell us why? Living or dead. Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Sting. How do you connect with fans and get them involved in your music? We do a lot of live shows!! Social networking is also huge. We are constantly interacting with fans and announcing new shows and projects on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. Internet radio like Jango is also a huge avenue to connect with fans.”
“Former Jango Band of the Month, LoveStruck Robot, did a live radio performance at Florida-based college radio station WPKR 91.5, and performed their acoustic version of "Do It All For The Dream." Their appearance was part of WPKR's "Local Heroes" series dedicated to support local talent. Here’s more info about the show from Lovestruckrobot.com: "Hosts Andrew Maffettone and Daniel Pacchioni dedicate their station, which is affiliated with Rollins College, to all types of local talent but musicians especially. With the help of Ian Roth, Audio/Video Engineer, they even created this sweet new video for us! It’s always great to have some hometown support, thanks!!"”
"Orlando's Pop/rock band Lovestruck Robot wins and The Gerry Williams Band declared the runner-up of the2011 Florida GRAMMY® Showcase. For the third consecutive year, Florida GRAMMY Showcase took place on opening night of the 2011 Florida Music Festival and Conference."
"Tampa Bay Artist of the Day, Orlando group Lovestruck Robot . . . has a . . . pop sound that calls to mind Gym Class Heroes . . . you know they're all about a good time. That makes them a perfect group to perform at Shephard's Beach Resort this Independence Day weekend."
“Last night, The Florida Grammy Showcase took place at the The Social, an infamous live venue located in downtown Orlando, Florida. Bands like Creed, and many others, were discovered at this special venue. This event represented the official kick-off to the 10th Annual Florida Music Festival. Five bands performed, but only one band was chosen to take home the BIG prize, $25K worth of studio time, consultation, A&R reviews, legal advice, etc. Congratulations to Lovestruck Robot & D. Bailey Management for doing an outstanding job, and taking home the prize.”
“Last night The Social played host to the seventh edition of the Florida Grammy Showcase in Orlando. It was an opportunity for the six Florida bands selected as finalists to showcase for music fans and Florida Grammy members as well as to compete for a prize package valued at $25,000.First place went to Orlando’s Lovestruck Robot. As the winner, Lovestruck Robot got to perform two more songs for the thrilled crowd.”
“April 6, 2011 - 7:00pm The Florida Chapter and the 2011 Florida GRAMMY Showcase screening committee thank all of the artists who entered the sixth edition of the Florida GRAMMY Showcase and congratulate the finalists and semifinalists. Chosen from nearly 300 entrants, the six finalists will appear live at the showcase presented April 6 at The Social in Orlando, Fla., at the opening night of the Florida Music Festival & Conference 2011. Finalists will perform live in front of a music industry audience and compete for valuable artist development packages.Finalists: Sylvia Emmerson, inPassing, Jubal’s Kin, Lovestruck Robot, The Gallery and The Gerry Williams Band. Location: The Social 54 N. Orange Ave. Orlando, FL”
“Tampa, FL – March 3, 2011 – After months of local band submissions, it came down to six semi-finalists and now only three bands are still left to fight it out at the Seminole Hard Rock Café and Casino Final Battle of the Bands at 10 p.m. on March 3. The winner will represent Tampa in the International Hard Rock Battle of the Bands and be one step closer to the Grand Prize, which is a chance to open for Bon Jovi this summer. Lovestruck Robot, originally from Orlando, FL, rocked the house at the semi-finals and the final battle will be an epic bout against the other two bands, Mr. Bella and Seven Years Past.”
"We leave it all out on the stage, man. When we're connecting with our audience and our audience is connecting with us it's indescrible. There's not a better feeling in the world when you know you completely connected with fans, and they give as much to you as you did to them. It's an awesome feeling..nothing like it.”- Jace Magee of Lovestruck Robot