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12 year old Logan "Robot" Gladden performing Rock and Roll @ Curtain Club - 4/9/16.
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LOGAN ROBOT GLADDEN BIO:
At age 12, drummer/piano player/singer/songwriter Logan "Robot" Gladden is already a seasoned veteran of the rock stage, having performed more than 250 live concerts in historic venues from coast to coast. Robot has appeared in multiple national television broadcasts and, at age 9, was featured throughout Season 8 of NBC’s America's Got Talent - ultimately performing Black Sabbath's Paranoid with his band The Robotix at Radio City Music Hall before 12 million live t.v. viewers. On the show, Howard Stern compared Robot to a mini version of one of his idols - drummer John Bonham of Led Zeppelin. Robot’s musicality, passion for performing, and rock star persona have also led to him being referred to by the media as “rock ‘n roll’s answer to Justin Bieber”. Robot has appeared on stage with numerous bands - including his favorite band KISS when he performed Nothin' To Lose in Durant, Oklahoma, at the band's Acoustic Show on 1/29/16.
In 2014, Robot became the spokesmodel for PEARL Drums’ MyFirstDrumset.com – the first-ever interactive web platform for parents and future drummers. Robot is proud to play PEARL drums, Zildjian cymbals, and Regal Tip drumsticks.
In addition to being one of the world’s most experienced young performers, Robot has remained active in his community and in school, where he proudly maintains a straight “A” average.
More videos of Robot performing can be seen on his band's (The Robotix) YouTube Channel - @ www.YouTube.com/therobotixmusic
Visit Robot's official website - www.LoganRobot.com
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