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ROBIN LIVES!

Singer/songwriter Robin B. Czar would be regarded as one of the most positive and bizarre musicians in the rock genre with many modern artists that would cite him as a major influence if asked. Combining romantic and positive lyrics with powerful, melodically sophisticated music, Robin has become recognised as the bizarre man’s rocker. In all, Robin has recorded 2 studio albums and one EP so far. In 2018 Robin began work on one of his most ambitious albums yet named Nyctophilia. Be a good fan and stay tuned!

Old website: http://www.rbczar.co.uk/index-old.html

Songs: https://soundcloud.com/robinbczar

WHAT I HAVE DONE

FAN CLUB

The community of Robin B. Czar fans exists for almost 12 years now. That’s not very long in the grand scheme of things, but it’s long enough for most of the fans to know how much Robin improved their lives. Most remember how their life was before they met him, and never want to go back to that dreary existence again. That was when they had nothing much to look forward to except a pizza delivery and a rented movie on Saturday night, nothing much to get up for in the morning except a day at work. Having been disappointed by mainstream rock and metal music already, many were becoming something of a hermit, sure they never wanted to get involved with any type of music again. Some even were to the point where they believed that the joy of being a fan is nothing more than a marketing fairy tale – but then they met Robin.

Robin brought his fans so much happiness and joy that beams of light radiate from them wherever they go. Fresh Robin fans cause raised eyebrows at work when they start coming in bright and early (on time, every time!), smiling and energised, humming bizarre songs. Mainstream guys often want to know what’s up with Robins songs, but they don’t understand they are filled with magic that cannot be shared or even expressed in words, unless they actually hear the music themselves.

The success of Robin B. Czar’s music is due to his ability to keep negative culture out of the ever growing community of his fans; Recent surveys revealed that most would answer “yes” if asked whether Bizarre philosophy would have a great positive impact on Rock, Metal and Gothic music. However, all fans have in common that they retain distrust and contempt of mainstream destructive and violent elements. Instead, they promote the unique and interesting qualities of Bizarre Rock, which will soon prove to be too powerful for the mainstream to ignore.

EMO QUEEN

Bizarre philosophy – first I thought this is just another pseudo-religious scam.

Then I realised that since I listen to B.Czar music, I understand that happiness lies in looking on the bright side of life and to encourage others to do the same as well.

Since I begin thinking in more bizarre terms, I begin to find better and more efficient ways to turn even serious challenges to my advantage.

GWEN GOTH

I was unwillingly supporting and tolerating negative mainstream music but now it is removed from my world since I listen to B.Czar music.

I have never been so happy before in my life!

Jill SEYMOUR

I was told that I am just seeking attention.

That’s only part of the truth.

I’m size 16 and earn less than any of my friends.

Is that fair?

Anyway, please check out my favourite song, House in Lebanon!

Robin’s CV

2015:Robin releases his new album MISSION BIZARRE and receives very positive reviews. The song REQUIEM is frequently played on independent radio stations. He also starts a side-project named ROBIN B. CZAR’S COVERLOVER where he works on parodies of well-known songs.However, at the end of the year he leaves his crying British fans and moves back to Germany.

1970:  In a Berlin hospital Robin sees the twilight of day.
1976:  Robin takes his first piano lessons with a psychopath initiating a life-long love for scary stories in him.
1979:  Robin takes further piano lessons with a female pianist who is introducing him to the secrets of female anatomy as well.
1981:  Robin recieves a guitar and wants to become a rock star now.
1982:  Robin recieves a bass guitar and still wants to become a rock star.
1983:  Robin buys a drum kit and wants to become a hardrock star.
1984:  Robin recieves a saxophone and a cello which depresses him deeply. He sells them and buys a bass amplifier – and wants to become a rock star again. He also joins his first bands: His own is named “Dorian Gray” remaining a duo where he composes his first own songs. The other bands he changes frequently. Anyway most think he is too young; though his musical skills are high above the adult average in Munich. Sometimes he lies about his age and claims to be 16, getting busted any time he gets involved in questionings about his school or his supposed apprenticeship.
1987:  After three years having bass lessons on a regular basis Robin changes back to guitar and founds a band which is for phonetical/aesthetical reasons called “Neidvoll” (German for “Full of envy”, sounds phonetically like “nightfall”). Apart from that he starts his first singing lessons.
1989:  Robin is being taken to a lunatic asylum and decides to refound his group (which split up in the meantime), changing the name to “knight’s phall”. Unluckily he gets acquaintant to a night active female stranger who bites his neck. After finding out that he doesn’t turn to dust in sunlight and that only his powers are weakened, he leaves his home in the morning and sleeps in proper beds again.
1991:  The name of his band is “Nightfall” now. In January the first historical gig takes place in Munich where Robin and his band perform his songs live. Many gigs in Bavaria follow until the band splits up due to exhaustion and inner differences at the end of the year.
1992: Robin simply refounds Nightfall a second time and recieves very excited reviews from the press. The band tours through Bavaria and Frankonia. (Hyperlink: Photos)
1993:  Robin touches a high voltage plus terminal and gets an electrical shock ?from now on he is utterly positive. Robin changes his surname to “Bizarre”.
1995:  Robin works on his first metal musical “Jennifer”. After it is finished in 1997 it remains unperformed due to lacking suitable actors and differences with his band.
1998:  Robin cuts his hair and decides to become a jazz musician and an actor now. With the theatre group “Spielstatt” and the musical “Guys and Dolls” by Frank Loesser he tours through Bavaria at the end of the year. Parallel to that he founds with Steve Steel the duo Steel/Bizarre which, however, splits off again at the end of the year.
1999:  Robin has a try with avantgarde and stays a solo artist due to job-related reasons for the next two years.
2001:  Together with Matthias ‘Forbi’ Forberg, Robin founds the duo Painzange.
2002  Painzange’s ascendence to world fame and glory is interrupted by Robin’s move to England. By the way he changes his name to ‘Robin B. Czar’ (which sounds alike both to ‘Robin Bizarre’ and ‘Robin be Czar’).
2003:  Robin changes bands frequently. Because he is frequently greeted with ‘Sieg Heil’ for being an evil German he makes up his mind and starts writing German lyrics exclusively. His song cycle “Nachtgesänge” (‘Nocturnal Chants’) arises.
2004:  Robin gigs almost every night with a Rock Cover Duo in a full-time manner at the South-East of England until he moves to Far East Asia where the Chinese greet him euphorically. He finds himself a band named “The Exploded” and plays live at the Lotus Bar in Ho Hai and the CD Cafe in Central Beijing. However, by the end of the year he leaves his crying band mates and moves back to England for gaining inspiration from the English weather and working on his latest songs.
2005:  Robin has found a stressful job and studies after work for two computing courses which he finishes at the end of the year with a positive result. He also becomes an active member in a philosophy forum inspiring him to lyrics and stuff.
2006:  Robin has finished his courses and works every free minute on his songs. He also spends attention to world events and releases a remake of the traditional House of the Rising Sun with alternative lyrics, Haus im Libanon (House in Lebanon).
2007:  Robin finishes his work on Nachtgesänge and introduces an astonished world audience to his latest Album. Fans in the UK are happy to meet him in London, Edinburgh, Canterbury, Derby, Stevenage, Folkestone, Hastings, Manchester and Aylesbury.
2008:  Robin receives positive reviews. Though he has to move around the country he finds the time to write a song about a man who knows what he wants, full of true and unveiled feelings, more romantic than any Hollywood love story: Der eine Wunsch. (Only That One Wish). At the end of the year he joins female-fronted goth metal project Kundalini. Together they start working on their debut EP.
2009:  Kundalini release their debut on which Robin plays all the instruments and has arranged all the music. It contains two songs: “Bleed” which is composed by the three of them, and Robin’s song “Requiem” with English lyrics and an alternative vocal line on the vers. Though the responses are ok Robin makes up his mind and leaves in April. For the rest of the year he works on his latest songs.
2010:  Robin is gigging in Shenzhen, China. One of his fans carrying a guitar asks him in the subway how to play it. Robin gives him precious tips on how to set it up and on how to play correctly. The euphoric fan wants to have him as a guitar teacher. However, since Robin is only temporarily in Shenzhen, he has to leave his crying fan and returns to England.
2011:  Robin still works on his latest album but takes a break to perform one of his forthcoming songs,The Visitor in Central London.
2012:  Robin still works on his latest songs but makes up his mind an releases those that are already completed one by one for the time being on several web sites.
2013:  Robin releases the album Kiss From The Abyss and does a few performances in the South East of England.
2014: Robin receives a couple of reviews, http://themetalreview.com/albums/robin-b-czar/ and http://www.themusicmag.com/music-reviews/robin-b-zcar-kiss-abyss/ For the rest of the year he is busy working on the successor album Mission Bizarre.

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