Roem Baur is an award-winning singer and touring songwriter from San Francisco. From appearances on NBC's The Voice, the main stage at Super Bowl 50, official SXSW & CES conferences, and the International Youth Conference in Zimbabwe, Africa, he has garnered fans all over the world with his "wild" (Entertainment Weekly) stage show and "ridiculous vocal range" (rslblog.com). Classically-trained in Opera and Musical Theatre, he answered the call of rock n' roll shortly after college and immediately began touring living rooms, cafes, and small clubs with "a voice that seems to burn with fire" (Examiner) before forming his band and releasing his first studio EP with GRAMMY nominated producer, Damien Lewis (Rihanna, Janelle Monae, Katy Perry).
Baur's self-released single "Maybe I Don't Need You" landed his music on terrestrial radio and won the "Road to TRI" contest by Bob Weir (The Grateful Dead), which resulted in an invitation to record live videos in Weir's legendary TRI Studios. In June of 2016 he released his most personal work, "Night Phases," that has been praised by music bloggers and critics as one of the best releases of the Summer.
Playing over 150+ dates a year, catch Roem Baur and his band on tour: http://roem.tv/live