During his productive career as a pianist, composer, bandleader and educator, Rob Mullins has performed in many different settings and styles. His versatile approach has allowed him to erase the artificial boundary line between contemporary and traditional jazz, sounding like himself in all idioms. Mullins' discography is very diverse and is best viewed release by release rather than song by song or sub genre.
TRUE June 2012-RME (Live record with the Quartet)
The Edge Of Dreams April 2010-RME (solo piano)
Darkest Night Sept 2009-RME (world music)
Early Works The 90's July 2009-RME (radio music, jazz fusion)
Early Works The 80's Vol I and II June 2009-RME (radio music, jazz fusion)
Jazz Straight Ahead Sept 2008-RME (straight ahead jazz)
All music from Mullins' 22 solo albums is available online.
ALL ABOUT JAZZ MUSICIAN RANKING: Number 10 of all living jazz artists (as of July 2010).
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A gifted improvisor who can tiptoe or stomp San Francisco Chronicle
We love your new album STORYTELLER Lee Berk Berklee School of
Highly recommended Rick Anderson ALL MUSIC GUIDE
One of the true unsung heroes of contemporary jazz Jonathan Widran
Breathtaking and tremendously moving, his compositions are a pleasure
Bernard Bauer Music
Pianist Rob Mullins makes major statements in both jazz and a
of Latinized-rock into a
fusion that is all his own Glenn Mitchell LA JAZZ SCENE
Rob Mullins is so far ahead of everybody else, it will be awhile before the
rest of the world catches up, if they do. Bubba Jackson KJAZZ Radio
Rob Mullin's STORYTELLER CD is one of the best musical compositions
Los Angeles, CA
Willing to teach
Advanced students only.
A dedicated instructor for 30 years, Rob Mullins runs a top music school in Los
Angeles tied to the entertainment industry. Curriculums include jazz studies for
piano, wind instruments, singers, and percussionists. Rob also teaches many
technology students interested in studio production, songwriting, music for the
internet, and music business students. Full information is available at
www.planetmullins.com/lessons.htm. Interested musicians can also call 310-
572-7245 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org