Selected from 100,000+ singers to appear on Season 7 of NBC's The Voice, Roem Baur has toured extensively throughout the US and abroad, including England, Africa, South America and South East Asia with acclaimed appearances at SXSW for Chevy, VEVO, re/code, Refinery29 and more. His live shows have been lauded by celebrities and legends alike, including P!nk, MC Hammer, Chris Isaak, Walt Mossberg (The Wall Street Journal), Pat Benatar, and Adam Duritz (Counting Crows).
Grand Prize Winner of Bob Weir’s "The Road To TRI" contest, Baur has been recognized repeatedly for his passionate songwriting and unique musicality, a blend of soul, blues, and early rock n’ roll, attracting enthusiastic praise from The Bay Guardian & Examiner.com who says, "Reminiscent of the Rolling Stones and the Beatles with a slight folk twang. Horns, electric guitars and piano round out the pulsating drums in this soulful, rock soon-to-be classic." His first studio recording "Roem & The Revival" was produced by Damien Lewis (Rihanna, Janelle Monae, Keane) featuring KFOG favorite "Maybe I Don't Need You" which garnered Baur his first radio play.
What others say:
"You have an amazing voice. Incredible." - P!nk
"Roem is a singer with a ridiculous vocal range (this is increasingly rare in the music world celebrated by today's media machine) and a troubadour's soul." - RSLblog.com
"A voice that seems to burn with fire... Baur's star has been steadily increasing with music that is refreshing in today's auto-tuned pop culture." - EXAMINER.COM
"Wild" - Entertainment Weekly