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Rob Hegel sings a sweet song about love

ROB HEGEL: ARTIST BIO
Rob's broad range of musical influences include an homage to Goffin and King, Lennon and McCartney, and Nilsson, a bow to Broadway’s Lerner and Lowe, and a nod to Arlen, Dylan, and Newman. This mixed bag of inspirations is reflected in Rob's diverse and unique writing style, so evident in the songs on MAKE IT MAGICAL and throughout hisRob Hegelcareer.
Whether it’s a disco smash for Sarah Dash, "SINNER MAN," his own cult classic RCA recording of "TOMMY, JUDY & ME," the witty "DO IT FOR OUR COUNTRY" featured in the movie GREASE 2, or the top twenty Air Supply hit, "JUST AS I AM," Rob has never written the same song twice. As a staff songwriter for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend, Don Kirshner, Rob wrote songs for several television projects including Norman Lear's "A Year At The Top" starring Mickey Rooney and Paul Shaffer, Alan Landsburg's "The Kids From C.A.P.E.R." starring John Lansing and Steve Bonino, and the theme songs for "Don Kirshner's Rock Concert" and "Stick Around" starring Andy Kaufman.
In his first novel, TUXEDO BOB, co-authored with his wife Susan, Rob combines his songwriting abilities with his quick wit and love for the 
English language to weave a tale of whimsy about a uniquely talented, impeccably dressed, and compulsively honest young songwriter’s adventures in the music business. In addition to TUXEDO BOB, Rob has written a musical thriller, "The Mirror Of Mister Moore," an action/detective screenplay, "All That Glitter," and a stage play, "and then what?"
Rob Hegel - Make It MagicalHe has released 3 CDs of his original songs; HEGEL 2 - displays, ROAD SIGNS, and his latest, MAKE IT MAGICAL. MAKE IT MAGICAL, co-produced by Robby Krieger (The Doors) and Harper Hug, is an 11-song CD showcasing Rob’s songwriting and vocal abilities, and features some of the finest musicians on the planet.

CONTACT
Rob Hegel Management
info@robhegel.com

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
IF “LOVE IS A SONG,” ROB HEGEL CAN “MAKE IT MAGICAL”
In Make It Magical, Hegel assembles some of the industry’s most accomplished musicians to craft a spellbinding, stylistic synergy.
“Hegel’s excellent voice has the ability to move from sounding wistful, to tongue-in-cheek, to romantic.”
      - Tony Sclafani, Author of Grateful Dead FAQ.
If anyone can make the difficult journey of song-charting success appear from a black top hat with ease – as a magician procures a white rabbit – Rob Hegel can. After all, just a few of Rob’s achievements as aRob Hegel - Make It Magicalsinger-songwriter include his appearance on American Bandstand and penning Air Supply’s mega-hit, “Just As I Am.” Now, with the wave of his wand, Hegel has assembled some of the most accomplished musicians in the industry to, quite literally, “Make It Magical.” Make It Magical is Rob’s most recent full-length CD, and the first single off the album is “Love Is a Song.”
Make It Magical is an eclectic and spellbinding blend of styles that includes a reverie of retro-pop, modern pop, and addictive adult contemporary. “Love Is A Song,” recently released to radio, is receiving airplay in North America and Europe, and the official video is on YouTube. “I’m my harshest critic,” Hegel explains, “… however; I’m thrilled the way “Love Is A Song” as well as the entire project turned out.” “Love Is A Song” is just one example of Rob’s uncanny ability to pen catchy songs and do it in an array of genres and styles. With its retro “Beatlesque” feel, “Love Is A Song” has high-lifting melodic hooks with an addictive, feel-good flavor.
Make It Magical features a Hall of Fame cast of session players. “I was blessed to have Robby Krieger (The Doors) co-produce the album and play guitar and sitar,” offers Hegel. Elliot Randall (Steely Dan) also sat in for lead guitar parts; the legendary Doug Pettibone (Keith Richards, Sting) also contributed guitar, mandolin, banjo and ukulele. Renowned bassist, Bob Glaub (John Lennon, Bob Dylan) lent his talents to the project, as did drummer, Mario Calire (Wallflowers, Ozomatli), along with brass master Lee Thornburg (Supertramp, Tower of Power),Richard T. Bear o­n piano, and the infamous Ronnie King on Fender Rhodes.
After listening to “Love Is A Song,” there is a lot more to come fromMake It Magical’s ten other tracks. There are tongue-in-cheek offerings, ballads with introspective lyrics, and a few of Rob’s compositions make poignant social statements regarding current events. Rob’s songwriting stands apart due to the amazing array of genres he can conquer. Literally, “Love Is A Song” is a single that many will love, and with some Hegel hocus pocus the charts will once again reflect his knack to “Make It Magical.”

CONTACT
Rob Hegel Management
info@robhegel.com

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