Robby Fontana is an American recording artist, vocalist, composer, pianist, and producer based in Pasadena, CA. He is known for his "velvet voice" singing, complimented by his mastery of the piano, all accented by his retro throwback style. His original music ranges from early 60s inspired singer-songwriter pop to jazz to Americana. A world class performer, Fontana has distinguished himself among the top entertainers currently performing luxury venues throughout Southern California.
Originally from Milwaukee, WI, Fontana re-located to Boston, MA to study jazz piano at Berklee College of Music. He spent the next decade living there writing songs and performing. He has since performed (or recorded) with acclaimed multi-Grammy winning artist / musicians such as John Mayer, Jackson Browne, Ozomatli, Kenny Aronoff, and Paul Buckmaster. Fontana was also one of six artists to chosen to perform as part of a New York Times "Emerging Artists," hosted by James Taylor.