Robin Zander was born on 23rd January 1953 in Wisconsin, USA. He is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the rock band, Cheap Trick.
Biography and Career:
Robin Zander was born in Beloit, Wisconsin. He has four siblings: two older brothers, one older sister and one younger sister. He is the fourth of five children. When he was just three years old, he used to read books. At the age of 12, he learned to play guitar.
He started to play guitar when he was in seventh grade with the group 'The Destinations'. The next year, he joined the group 'Butterscotch Sundays', playing in summer festivals. Also, Zander sang for three years in Madrigals, in high school. Madrigals was the most demanding of the three choral groups. He was working at a sandwich shop as a part-ti
In 1972, when Zander was offered the lead singer role for the new band 'Cheap Trick' by the group's drummer, Bun E. Carlos, Zander was under contract with a resort in Wisconsin Dells. When his contract expired, the lead vocalist, Randy 'Xeno' Hogan left the band 'Cheap Trick'. Zander joined 'Cheap Trick' band as a lead singer. In 1993, Zander released a self-titled solo album.
In 2003, Zander and his 'Cheap Trick' band mates had cameo roles in the Eddie Murphy comedy 'Daddy Day Care'. In 2008, the group 'Cheap Trick' played for the 30th anniversary of Japan's original Budokan album release.
Zander married Pamela (Stein) and has two children. They currently live in Safety Harbor, Safety Harbor along with the two children: A son, Robin Zander Jr., and a daughter, Robin-Sailor Zander. Zander has two children from the previous marriage and their children's names are Ian and Holland. They are living in Rockford, Illinois.
Few of his discography includes: Reactionary Girl, I've Always Got You, Show Me Heaven, Jump into the Fire and many more.
Birth Name: Robin Zander
Height: 5' 8' (1.73 m)
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