"Logic and common sense suggest his career path is impossible," says Brad Flory of MLive.com. "Rob Vischer got his start in music by selling CD's door to door. He's now climbing the ladder of the music world," states Zeke Jennings of the Jackson Citizen Patriot.
In 2010, after bicycling across America and a few other side adventures, I decided that I didn't want to go back to work, but I still wanted to work hard. So, after a year of travel and failed bands, I became a full-time singer/songwriter. In the first two days of selling my old cd's door to door, bar to bar, and restaurant to restaurant, I made $811. My success continued throughout the fall, winter, spring, and summer. And it definitely paid the rent.
In my first year, I sold 2,000 cd's and was invited to play at numerous local and regional venues including schools, camps, restaurants, and festivals. I turned some of the more traditional offers down, because I made more money playing in hair salons. Turns out some women love tall guys who sing love songs.
During that year, my profits funded life and the start of my new album, Meant to Love. When I hear this album, it sounds like thousands of miles on the road, hundreds of goodbye's, a few of my closest friends, and proof that patience pays off in the long run. I hope you hear something similar.
Influences: Death Cab For Cutie, The Killers, Fun., The Civil Wars, Muse
"Love for a Lifetime" John Lennon Songwriting Contest Finalist
Top 25 Pub Deal Artist for americansongwriter.com
"Love for a Lifetime" featured in Allegiance Health TV Commercial
"Love for a Lifetime" & "Once Again" receive regular radio play on Home.fm in Michigan, KISSFM in Indiana, and WAKO 103.1 in Illinois
2012 Holiday Discovery Artist for americansongwriter.com
Meant to Love featured on indierockcafe.com