Although he lists himself as a Country singer, the minute you see Rob Geog, you cant help but to sterotype him as a hard rock singer or performer due
Although he lists himself as a Country singer, the minute you see Rob Geog, you cant help but to sterotype him as a hard rock singer or performer due to all the tattos painted all over him. I must say that this beautiful artwork sets him apart from other Country singers because you dont usually relate tattos to country. But Rob is also a talented singer as he dives not only into country but also ballades. He is also a Germany cowboy who owns a ranch in Germany. The German cowboy released a new video and is ready to take countrol of the country scene all over the world. We got a chance to ask him a few questions and here is what he had to say:
Q: Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
My name is Robert Georg and just use the shortcut Rob Georg as my stage name.
Q: Where are you from and Where are you based?
I am from Germany, living in Germany, running a ranch there together with my wife, but am in the United States a lot of times for recording and radio touring.
Q: At What age did you start making music?
My parents made me have piano lessons at age 6. Had that for 6 years and switched to guitar.
Q: what genre would you consider yourself?
Country / Southern Rock, though I try to have a wide range of variety in my music. Also ballades and I even have an old-style Country Waltz dropping in October.
Q: Tell us about your latest track or Video ( what is it all about)–Please explain the concept or message
It’s the video for “Time For Some Ink” https://youtu.be/HCSeuasd2Q0 , which dropped on June 7, 2019. Reviewers do call it the New Tattoo Lovers Anthem.
You love them or you hate them! Tattoos! I myself am one of those fans of that special body art and I find beautiful engraved artwork attractive and just beautiful.
At the age of just 28, I got my first, long-awaited tattoo and since then I have been “under the needle” of my favorite artist Roman Melon from Ludwigsburg on a regular basis
Each of my tattoos has it’s meaning and, like my songs, tells stories from my life. I think that is the key to happiness in tattoo-art, not to go with a trend.
Sure, there are and have been people in my family and among my friends who do not like tattos at all and who worry about how the tattoo might look like in a few years, what damage the tattoo ink might do to your body or that a tattoo is something for eternity and they would not want to decide for a picture on there body for that long time.
Luckily, today there is the laser technique for removing tattoos. No, let’s put the jokes aside, I have a lot of tattoos now and do not regret one of them. Not even after 15 years. But, every one of my motives was good, no, very well considered.
Everyone should decide whether or not he or she may have decorated his or her skin with ink or not in the end. I think both decisions are fine and think prejudice against one or the other group completely superfluous and not helpful. They are part of my life for me, like the animals and the music!
How about you?
Time for some ink?
Q: Who wrote it and what was the inspiration behind it
I had the idea when I had another ink session the other day. Why not write a song about it? I did throw the idea and some lines and accoustic scratch at my co-writers in Nashville, Kristin K. Smith, who is also my producer and Skot Bradley, who is also my Music Director at the recordings. Both loved it from the first second, so we got on it.
Q: If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
Kenny Rogers has the biggest influence on my work. Some songs I recorded at Sound Emporium in Nashville, in the booth in which Kenny recorded “The Gambler”. It would be more than an honor to perform with him.
Q: Where can fans find you? List all your social media links