Robbie Rosen is a 21-year-old singer/songwriter/pianist who made it to the Top 8 boys on Season 10 of American Idol. He began receiving state and national awards for his songwriting at age 8, and has since written over 150 songs. His original, “Ain’t Backin’ Down”, was recently featured throughout NCAA Basketball’s “March Madness” on CBS, TNT, TBS, and TruTV, and another original, “Blue And Gold”, just became Hofstra University’s new Alma Mater, only the 2nd in the school’s 80-year history. Robbie has shared the stage with Rascal Flatts, Martina McBride, Kenny Rogers, and Darius Rucker, and has opened for Shawn Mendes, Jake Miller, KARMIN, Debbie Gibson, “The Voice” winner, Cassadee Pope, and Aaron Carter.
Since Idol, Robbie has headlined numerous corporate events, and toured the country as part of the All Star Nation, Stand Up, and Jam Tours. He has performed at Nassau Coliseum, singing his original song, “Make It Through”, the official song for the Sophia’s Cure foundation; Citi Field, Wells Fargo Arena, Bitter End, and NYCB Theater. He’s also performed/written songs for other prestigious charitable organizations, such as the Carole M. Baldwin Foundation, H.E.Y. U.G.L.Y. (national anti-bullying org.), and the music industry’s TJ Martell Foundation.
Robbie’s debut album, “Just Like A Rose”, is now available on iTunes.