"…if you love harp music and strong presence, you'll love Rob Paparozzi…" ~ R.Nest Rhythm & Blues

  • Rob Paparozzi belongs to the best Harmonica player around the globe- famous as lead singer from Blood Sweat & Tears - and as present singer of The “Original“ Blues Brothers Band. RP has worked with greats such as B.Springsteen, W.Houston, B.B.King a.m.o.

    Grammy nominated American harmonica player and vocalist from New Jersey- based frontman, singer, & harmonica player Rob Paparozzi has been a blues performer since 1967. But Rob is far from being strictly a blues musician. In fact, he's at home playing a wide range of music, ranging from rock to blues to jazz to pop. This versatility is reflected in the long and remarkably diverse list of major artists Rob has worked with, including B.B.King, Dr. John, Bruce Springsteen, Whitney Houston, Carole King, Roberta Flack, Culture Club, Cyndi Lauper, Randy Newman, Jimmy McGriff, and James Galway.

    Rob has been touring the world with the "Original Blues Brothers Band", featuring guitar legend Steve Cropper and special guest Eddie Floyd 2000-to present this summer 2013 we played Spain & France. Rob will leave for Lugano, Switzerland at the end of August to headline the BLUES to BOP Festival, then onto Verona, Italy for a few more Dates. In April 2014 Rob's Trio will appear in Norway at The Nidaros Blues Festival in Trondheim.

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  • Rob Paparozzi

    vocals, harmonica, band leader

    George Naha


    John Korea

    piano, vocals

    Lee Finkelstein


    Paul Olguin

    line up subject to change

    Spring-Summer 2018


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  • Rob Paparozzi | live @ Shanghai Jazz

    Monkey Around by Delbert McClinton - Rob Paparozzi, John Korba, Bernard Purdie @ Shanghai Jazz - NJ

  • «…Please take the time to listen to Rob's new album. I'm positive you will be amazed if you have not heard him before.…» --Steve Cropper (Booker T. & the MGs, original Blues Brothers Band)

    «…Rob’s CD sounds amazing and his performances are over-the-top killing!…» --Will Lee (David Letterman, Fab Faux) Frank-John Hadley