Q & A with Rob Biagi
A: I was born in Hollywood, CA (U.S.A.) and lived in Southern California all of my life, until relocating to Jeffersonville, IN (U.S.A.) in 2013.
Q: What is your favorite part of traveling and doing concerts?
A: Greeting the kids individually after the concert.
Q: Are you a "Night Owl" or a "Morning Person"?
A: I once trained myself to be a "morning person." For a while I was waking up in the 5:00am hour to read the Daily Bible, pray, exercise, and play tennis. I'm naturally more of a night person, though.
Q: Are you as happy in real life as you are onstage?
A: Most of the time. God created me with a happy heart, but I still get grumpy and frustrated once in a while, like everyone else. Plus, when you battle two cases of Leukemia in your family at the same time, you get cranky pretty easily.
Q: How did you learn to sing?
A: Singing along with the radio as a pre-teen. When you turn the radio off and start singing by yourself, though - that's when you can tell if you're any good.
Q: How do you write your songs?
A: I walk around with a voice recorder and start singing things about Jesus, and I record the ideas. I've written songs at church, in my neighborhood, in the shower, and on the tram at Disneyland.
Q: What is your favorite food?
A: Chicken Teriyaki.
Q: What were your favorite school subjects?
A: English and band (clarinet). I like to playfully argue with people about the correct use of "your vs. you're," "they're vs. their vs. there," and other such things.
Q: What don't we know about you?
A: I was shy as a young boy. I only felt truly confident on the pitcher's mound in baseball. I started to become more confident and outgoing in high school. Then, after I became a Christian, I started to become REALLY confident, because I knew God was leading me to do the things I was doing!