is the guitarist, backing vocalist and primary songwriter for the pop punk/post-hardcore group Hidden in Plain View. He owns/works at The Pilot Studio as a record producer, recording various up and coming artists.
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|Date of Birth||March 26, 1981|
|Birth Day||March 26|
|Age||41 years old|
|Birth Place||United States of America|
|Birth Country||United States of America|
|Also Known for||Singer|
Also Known by the Full name Robert Andrew Freeman, is a Good Singer. He was born on March 26, 1981, in United States of America
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Robert Andrew Freeman Net Worth
Robert Andrew Freeman has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Singer. Famously known as the Singer of United States of America. He is seen as one of the most successful Singer of all times. Robert Andrew Freeman Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful American Singer.
Rob entered the career as Singer In his early life after completing his formal education..
|Estimated Net Worth in 2022||$0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2021)||Being Updated|
|Earning in 2021||Not Available|
|Annual Salary||Being Updated|
|Cars Info||Not Available|
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Life Story & Timeline
Musically, Freeman’s solo project does not differ drastically from his work with Hidden in Plain View. It is safe to say that The Pilot songs are far less punk influenced, featuring more sensitive lyrics and acoustic instruments such as acoustic guitars, the piano and even strings. Often accompanied by drum machines, his songs are synthesized — yet not to an extent as predominant in power pop, let alone electronica songs — and at times bear close resemblance to some of Jimmy Eat World’s more mellow songs.
The follow-up album to Life in Dreaming was recorded in 2006 and planned for a release somewhen in 2007. On January 29, 2007, it was announced via the label’s website that the band had broken up.
Due to the considerable difference between the number of songs Hidden in Plain View’s schedule allows them to record and the number of songs Freeman writes, he decided to put his recording studio to good use by starting a solo project under the name The Pilot. As of December 2006, The Pilot has released ten songs on his PureVolume and MySpace profiles (“This So Called Life”, “Miss Mirage”, “The Distance I Know”, “Good Enough”, “Home Away from Home”, “Day In and Day Out”, “5 Years in the Making”, “You Verse Me Verse the World”, “White Noise”, and “Believe What You Will”), though it is unknown whether they will ever be issued on a CD, or if he will continue making them available for free download.
Accompanied by Thomas J. Chipmen on guitar, Freeman played his first acoustic concert under The Pilot moniker on October 28, 2006 at Bloomfield Ave Cafe in Montclair, New Jersey. Shortly afterwards, guitarist/bassist Jason Jaksetic was announced as the first official member of The Pilot, besides Freeman. An East Coast tour supporting Houston Calls is scheduled for December 2006.
In mid-2004, Hidden in Plain View went into the studio with producer Jim Wirt to record their full-length debut Life in Dreaming. Song structures were far more diverse on this effort — featuring riff heavy anthems as well as melancholy ballads — as were the lyrical topics, dealing with the pressure of growing up (“American Classic”), the experience of losing a close friend (“In Memory”) and the controversial subject of date rape (“Bleed for You”). Life in Dreaming was also the first of the band’s records that integrated Freeman as a full vocalist with almost as many parts as lead vocalist Reo in certain songs, such as “A Minor Detail”, “Garden Statement” and “Top 5 Addictions”.
In 2004 Freeman’s studio took on the name The Pilot Studio when he began producing a variety of projects between and sometimes during a busy touring schedule.
Following several line-up changes, Drive-Thru Records signed the band in June 2003 and released their four-song sampler EP Hidden in Plain View on November 11, 2003. In spite of being criticized for its lack of variety, the EP was a perfect showcase of the band’s continuous development of both musicianship and songwriting. With more sophisticated lyrics, a heavier undertone in the instrumentation and a discreet nod to contemporary screamo in the vocals, it served as a promising prelude to their following full-length album.
Upon forming in August 2000, Hidden in Plain View began playing concerts somewhat frequently, in hopes of being able to make a living out of their music. Freeman, from Stanhope, New Jersey, joined other musicians from North Jersey in establishing the band. After graduating high school, the band released their debut EP Find (2001) independently and their sophomore EP Operation: Cut-Throat (2002) on Note to Self Records and re-released by LLR Recordings, while the number of fans attending their shows increased steadily.
Robert Andrew Freeman (born March 26, 1981 in Andover, New Jersey) is the guitarist, backing vocalist and primary songwriter for the pop punk/post-hardcore group Hidden in Plain View. He owns/works at The Pilot Studio as a record producer, recording various up and coming artists.