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About Robbie Seahag Mangano

Robbie's played with Slash, Tom Morello, Sean Lennon, Denis Leary, Simon Posford (Schpongle), Bob Weir, Nuno Battencourt, Adrian Belew, Laurie Anderson, Steven Van Zandt, Dean Ween, Jon Fishman, Matt Solum, Jermaine Paul, Carlos Alomar, Robin Clark, Smokey Hormel, Marco Benevento, Joe Russo, Mike Keneally, Wayne Kramer, Nona Hendryx, Mike Dillon, Nicole Atkins, Julie Slick, Chuck Garvey, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Al Schneir, Ike Willis, Boots Riley, Yuka Honda, Miho Hatori, Michael Leonhart, Gary Lucas, Dave Dreiwitz, Jimmy Carl Black, The Chops Horns, Henry Butler, Eric Slick, Morgan Agren, Mats Oberg, Andrew Weiss, Don Preston, Tom Fowler, Ron Howden, Claude Coleman Jr., Godfrey Diamond, Dave Fiucyznski, Chico Freeman, Jay Jay French, Eric Gardner, Chris Harford, Ed Mann, Tommy Mars, Robert "Bobby" Martin, Carl Restivo, Adam Schlesinger, Denny Walley, Ray White, Albert Wing, Jared Samuel, Tim Kuhl, Rosco Orman, Marty Beller, Kyp Malone, Nels Cline. Robbie's worked with: Luna Sisters (guitar) Liza Colby Sound (guitar) Marco with Love (guitar) Mike Dillon Band (guitar) Sean Lennon/The Goastt (gtr/vox) Tom Morello (bass/vox) Cibo Matto (gtr) Schpongle (gtr, bass) Old Rugged Sauce (gtr/bass/piano/vox) Street Sweeper Social Club (gtr/bass) Invisible Familiars (gtr/bass/vox) Chris Harford's Band of Changes (gtr/bass) Xenia Rubinos (bass) Domino Kirke (bass) Sophie Auster (guitar) Banned From Utopia (gtr/vox) Grande Mothers of Invention (gtr/vox) Paper Cat (gtr) Project/Object (gtr/bass/vox) AudraRox (gtr/bass) amandla/Claude Coleman Jr.(gtr) Mighty Fine (gtr/bass) Lone Wolves (kazoo) WRONG (gtr/vox) Sound of Urchin (gtr/bass/vox) Crescent Moon/Dave Dreiwitz (gtr) Insidious Rays (gtr/bass) Esme Montgomery (gtr/bass) The Great Atomic Power (gtr) Mangano, Passantino & Balls (drums, gtr, bass,vox,keys) IZ (gtr/bass/vox) The Bad Popes (gtr) Team Spider (gtr) FIGLI DI ITALIA (bass) Lyte (bass) Robbie is primarily known for his guitar, bass, and vocal work, onstage and in the recording studio. He is a multi-instrumentalist. He has also worked as an arranger, producer, programmer, transcriber, teacher, music education consultant, film technical advisor, and last but not least, caretaker of his cat, Sweet Deem. ------ Originally hailing from Newark, NJ, Robbie began electric bass lessons in 1984 at age 9, with local teacher Don Regan, studying the culmination of the years: Heavy Metal, Classic Rock, Fusion, Top 40, Funk, Disco, Jazz and classical, and Jazz as well as transcribing, reading, theory and technique. Robbie and his brother Joey, who played guitar, jammed daily in the their shared bedroom trying out their lessons from the same teacher. At 15, in 1990, Robbie was drafted by Guitar World Magazine to play bass for a band they were producing, simultaneously he got a professional gig playing Italian weddings all over the NYC area giving him his first dose of world music and gig pay, and even more simultaneously he joined his teacher's original fusion band, which he used to expired all his technical practice. He continued the weddings and fusion group for five years entered into NYU in 1993, where he met longterm collaborator Carl Restivo. Robbie and Carl had several crossover influences but in 1993 they discovered the music of Frank Zappa and began writing free and weird music together as Meep and moreso IZ which Carl led and invited to join this group not on bass, but on guitar. This year, 1994, marks when Robbie first started playing guitar professionally, which later shifted his budding bassist career into the background while bringing his guitar self-taight guitar playing to light. In 1998, Robbie was asked to help a band called Project/Object, fronted by a favorite anf legendary ex-Zappa singer/guitarist Ike Willis, for a fill in gig. Robbie was later asked to join this group and thus Robbie started on his first tours of the North America. From 1998-2003 Robbie played the parts that Zappa called "stunt guitar" for Project/Object which forced his guitar playing to further musical realms. He released a solo lo-fi ween-esque album in 2002, which was made up of home studio recordings from 1998-2002. In 2003, he joined the RCA band rock band, Sound of Urchin, to record two albums and tour in North America and occasionally still with Project/Object. While off the road he was teaching and playing live with his bands Wrong, and Old Rugged Sauce. In 2009, Robbie left SOU and returned to bass for two tours with Project/Object. He asked to join another Zappa alumni group, The Grande Mothers, on guitar for several successful european tours which he did until 2012, while simultaneously touring with Rage Against the Machine's guitarist Tom Morello and working as a technical advisor and music teacher for tge production of Soprano's creator David Chase and Steven Van Zandt's movie "Not Fade Away. In 2013, he returned to teaching, and joined local new band Invisible Familiars and joined a psychedelic rock group led by Sean Lennon called The GOASTT which toured North America, Mexico, Europe, and Asia in 2014-2015. Robbie toured with ex-zappa alumni "Banned From Utopia" throughout Europe in fall of 2015 and released a limited edition album of his own music under the title "Full Moon Fever" In 2016, Robbie recorded guitar for the tv show Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll for Denis Leary and FX Network, and was Music Consultant on set for the filming of the show. Robbie is playing classical guitar with a chamber orchestra playing the music of Final Fantasy in "A New World" as well as planning another Banned From Utopia tour in the fall, and is working on another full album release. ------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- DISCOGRAPHY: Current Production: Family Man - EP Credit: producer, writer, arranger, keys, bass, guitars, background vocals Amandla (Claude Coleman Jr.) - Credit: Guitar. 2015 David Bronson - "Questions" Credit: Bass & Guitar Invisible Familiars - "Disturbing Wildlife", Credit: Guitar and Vocals. Robbie Seahag - "Full Moon Fever": Credit: Producer, Writer, Arranger, Mixer, Instrumentation. 2014 Invisible Familiars - Clever Devil 45, Credit: Guitar and Vocals The GOASTT - Long Gone EP. Credit: Guitar, 8 String Bass, Vocals. 2013 David Bronson - "The Long Lost" (Sept 2013) Credit: Guitar - Release Date: September 21, 2013 Rick Bartow - Slowmentum, (July 2013) plays on "Swampy", "Old Jack", "Raised on a TV Show", and "Drone Attack at the Junction". 2012 Julie Slick - Terrior, (2012) Credit: Lead Electric and Steel String acoustic guitar on "Quintal". The Great White Caps - Sting of Death (2012: Credit: Co-Writer "Barrier Island Twilight" David Bronson -Story (2012) Credit: Slide Guitar, Electric Guitar, Baritone Guitar, Electric Bass 2011 Rick Bartow - All of the Above (2011) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Vocal 2009 Paper Cat - Live at John & Peter's Place (2009) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar Ed Palermo - Eddy Loves Frank (2009) - Credit: Music Transcriber 2008 Joanna Erdos - (2008) - Credit: Bass, Engineer Wrong - Ultra Silky Bedford Model Shopping with Hans (2008) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Percussion, Vocals 2007 Dr. Long Ghost - One More into the Breech (2007) - Co-Producer Sound of Urchin - Rejoice (2007) - Credit: Writer, Co-Writer, Guitar, Bass 2006 Slow Jam King - Slow Jam King Soundtrack (2006) - Credit: Writer, Guitar, Vocal Dennis Driscoll - Inwood Stories (2006) - Credit: Co-Producer, Co-Writer, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard Kirsten Thein - You've Got Me (2006) - Credit: Guitar Talk Radio - Talk Radio (2006) - Credit: Guitar 2005 MPB - Wicked of the World (2005) - Credit: Co-Producer, Co-Writer, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocal Insidious Rays - Exotic Handshakes (2005) - Credit: Guitar Purple Wizard - Purple Wizard (2005) - Credit: Baritone Guitar, Organ Sound of Urchin - The Diamond (2005) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Xylophone, Vocal 2004 Esme - E.P. (2004) - Credit: Guitar, Bass Poison Ivy League - The Future of Intimacy (2004) - Credit: Guitar Dr. Long Ghost - This Peasant's Life (2004) - Credit: Co-Producer 2003 Insidious Rays - More Songs about Sex, Love, Death, and Sex (2003) - Credit: Guitar Insidious Rays - Volumes I and II (2003) - Credit: Guitar, Co-Writer Project/Object - Dream of the Dog (2003) - Credit: Guitar, Co-Writer 2002 Seventh Word - E.P. - (2002) Credit: Guitar Seahag - We'll Got to Be about Da Bidness (2002) - Credit: Producer, Writer, Mixer, Engineer, Bass, Drums, Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals, Harmonica, Balalaika 2001 Sound of Urchin - Jack n' Diane E.P. (2001) - Credit: Noise Guitar, Vocal Esme Montgomery - A Single Thing (2001) - Credit: Guitar 2000 Project/Object - Absolutely Live (2000) - Credit: Guitar 1999 The Great Atomic Power - Mushroom of Destruction E.P. (1999) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Percussion 1998 MPB - Mangano, Passantino, and Balls (1998) - Credit: Co-Producer, Co-Writer, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Bass, Drums. Seahag & Friends - Xmas Ablum (1998) - Credit: Producer, Arranger, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keys, Vocals. 1997 Wrong - If You Like This You're Wrong (1997) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Effects, Vocals. 1996 IZ - Tattoo E.P. (1996) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar IZ - What is What? (1995) - Credit: Guitar, Co-Writer 1994 Arctic Dreams - Deny the Confusion (1994) - Credits: Bass Some titles may not be present on this list due to... well, this information isn't exactly filed away in an orderly fashion. If RSM has played on something you don't see here, please let us know! Comment or send an email to babycakesmgmt@gmail.com I've been playing music since i was a kid. I stopped for 3 weeks once.
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Genres:
All Music, Rock
Hometown:
Newark, New Jersey

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About Robbie Seahag Mangano

Robbie's played with Slash, Tom Morello, Sean Lennon, Denis Leary, Simon Posford (Schpongle), Bob Weir, Nuno Battencourt, Adrian Belew, Laurie Anderson, Steven Van Zandt, Dean Ween, Jon Fishman, Matt Solum, Jermaine Paul, Carlos Alomar, Robin Clark, Smokey Hormel, Marco Benevento, Joe Russo, Mike Keneally, Wayne Kramer, Nona Hendryx, Mike Dillon, Nicole Atkins, Julie Slick, Chuck Garvey, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Al Schneir, Ike Willis, Boots Riley, Yuka Honda, Miho Hatori, Michael Leonhart, Gary Lucas, Dave Dreiwitz, Jimmy Carl Black, The Chops Horns, Henry Butler, Eric Slick, Morgan Agren, Mats Oberg, Andrew Weiss, Don Preston, Tom Fowler, Ron Howden, Claude Coleman Jr., Godfrey Diamond, Dave Fiucyznski, Chico Freeman, Jay Jay French, Eric Gardner, Chris Harford, Ed Mann, Tommy Mars, Robert "Bobby" Martin, Carl Restivo, Adam Schlesinger, Denny Walley, Ray White, Albert Wing, Jared Samuel, Tim Kuhl, Rosco Orman, Marty Beller, Kyp Malone, Nels Cline. Robbie's worked with: Luna Sisters (guitar) Liza Colby Sound (guitar) Marco with Love (guitar) Mike Dillon Band (guitar) Sean Lennon/The Goastt (gtr/vox) Tom Morello (bass/vox) Cibo Matto (gtr) Schpongle (gtr, bass) Old Rugged Sauce (gtr/bass/piano/vox) Street Sweeper Social Club (gtr/bass) Invisible Familiars (gtr/bass/vox) Chris Harford's Band of Changes (gtr/bass) Xenia Rubinos (bass) Domino Kirke (bass) Sophie Auster (guitar) Banned From Utopia (gtr/vox) Grande Mothers of Invention (gtr/vox) Paper Cat (gtr) Project/Object (gtr/bass/vox) AudraRox (gtr/bass) amandla/Claude Coleman Jr.(gtr) Mighty Fine (gtr/bass) Lone Wolves (kazoo) WRONG (gtr/vox) Sound of Urchin (gtr/bass/vox) Crescent Moon/Dave Dreiwitz (gtr) Insidious Rays (gtr/bass) Esme Montgomery (gtr/bass) The Great Atomic Power (gtr) Mangano, Passantino & Balls (drums, gtr, bass,vox,keys) IZ (gtr/bass/vox) The Bad Popes (gtr) Team Spider (gtr) FIGLI DI ITALIA (bass) Lyte (bass) Robbie is primarily known for his guitar, bass, and vocal work, onstage and in the recording studio. He is a multi-instrumentalist. He has also worked as an arranger, producer, programmer, transcriber, teacher, music education consultant, film technical advisor, and last but not least, caretaker of his cat, Sweet Deem. ------ Originally hailing from Newark, NJ, Robbie began electric bass lessons in 1984 at age 9, with local teacher Don Regan, studying the culmination of the years: Heavy Metal, Classic Rock, Fusion, Top 40, Funk, Disco, Jazz and classical, and Jazz as well as transcribing, reading, theory and technique. Robbie and his brother Joey, who played guitar, jammed daily in the their shared bedroom trying out their lessons from the same teacher. At 15, in 1990, Robbie was drafted by Guitar World Magazine to play bass for a band they were producing, simultaneously he got a professional gig playing Italian weddings all over the NYC area giving him his first dose of world music and gig pay, and even more simultaneously he joined his teacher's original fusion band, which he used to expired all his technical practice. He continued the weddings and fusion group for five years entered into NYU in 1993, where he met longterm collaborator Carl Restivo. Robbie and Carl had several crossover influences but in 1993 they discovered the music of Frank Zappa and began writing free and weird music together as Meep and moreso IZ which Carl led and invited to join this group not on bass, but on guitar. This year, 1994, marks when Robbie first started playing guitar professionally, which later shifted his budding bassist career into the background while bringing his guitar self-taight guitar playing to light. In 1998, Robbie was asked to help a band called Project/Object, fronted by a favorite anf legendary ex-Zappa singer/guitarist Ike Willis, for a fill in gig. Robbie was later asked to join this group and thus Robbie started on his first tours of the North America. From 1998-2003 Robbie played the parts that Zappa called "stunt guitar" for Project/Object which forced his guitar playing to further musical realms. He released a solo lo-fi ween-esque album in 2002, which was made up of home studio recordings from 1998-2002. In 2003, he joined the RCA band rock band, Sound of Urchin, to record two albums and tour in North America and occasionally still with Project/Object. While off the road he was teaching and playing live with his bands Wrong, and Old Rugged Sauce. In 2009, Robbie left SOU and returned to bass for two tours with Project/Object. He asked to join another Zappa alumni group, The Grande Mothers, on guitar for several successful european tours which he did until 2012, while simultaneously touring with Rage Against the Machine's guitarist Tom Morello and working as a technical advisor and music teacher for tge production of Soprano's creator David Chase and Steven Van Zandt's movie "Not Fade Away. In 2013, he returned to teaching, and joined local new band Invisible Familiars and joined a psychedelic rock group led by Sean Lennon called The GOASTT which toured North America, Mexico, Europe, and Asia in 2014-2015. Robbie toured with ex-zappa alumni "Banned From Utopia" throughout Europe in fall of 2015 and released a limited edition album of his own music under the title "Full Moon Fever" In 2016, Robbie recorded guitar for the tv show Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll for Denis Leary and FX Network, and was Music Consultant on set for the filming of the show. Robbie is playing classical guitar with a chamber orchestra playing the music of Final Fantasy in "A New World" as well as planning another Banned From Utopia tour in the fall, and is working on another full album release. ------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- DISCOGRAPHY: Current Production: Family Man - EP Credit: producer, writer, arranger, keys, bass, guitars, background vocals Amandla (Claude Coleman Jr.) - Credit: Guitar. 2015 David Bronson - "Questions" Credit: Bass & Guitar Invisible Familiars - "Disturbing Wildlife", Credit: Guitar and Vocals. Robbie Seahag - "Full Moon Fever": Credit: Producer, Writer, Arranger, Mixer, Instrumentation. 2014 Invisible Familiars - Clever Devil 45, Credit: Guitar and Vocals The GOASTT - Long Gone EP. Credit: Guitar, 8 String Bass, Vocals. 2013 David Bronson - "The Long Lost" (Sept 2013) Credit: Guitar - Release Date: September 21, 2013 Rick Bartow - Slowmentum, (July 2013) plays on "Swampy", "Old Jack", "Raised on a TV Show", and "Drone Attack at the Junction". 2012 Julie Slick - Terrior, (2012) Credit: Lead Electric and Steel String acoustic guitar on "Quintal". The Great White Caps - Sting of Death (2012: Credit: Co-Writer "Barrier Island Twilight" David Bronson -Story (2012) Credit: Slide Guitar, Electric Guitar, Baritone Guitar, Electric Bass 2011 Rick Bartow - All of the Above (2011) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Vocal 2009 Paper Cat - Live at John & Peter's Place (2009) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar Ed Palermo - Eddy Loves Frank (2009) - Credit: Music Transcriber 2008 Joanna Erdos - (2008) - Credit: Bass, Engineer Wrong - Ultra Silky Bedford Model Shopping with Hans (2008) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Percussion, Vocals 2007 Dr. Long Ghost - One More into the Breech (2007) - Co-Producer Sound of Urchin - Rejoice (2007) - Credit: Writer, Co-Writer, Guitar, Bass 2006 Slow Jam King - Slow Jam King Soundtrack (2006) - Credit: Writer, Guitar, Vocal Dennis Driscoll - Inwood Stories (2006) - Credit: Co-Producer, Co-Writer, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard Kirsten Thein - You've Got Me (2006) - Credit: Guitar Talk Radio - Talk Radio (2006) - Credit: Guitar 2005 MPB - Wicked of the World (2005) - Credit: Co-Producer, Co-Writer, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocal Insidious Rays - Exotic Handshakes (2005) - Credit: Guitar Purple Wizard - Purple Wizard (2005) - Credit: Baritone Guitar, Organ Sound of Urchin - The Diamond (2005) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Xylophone, Vocal 2004 Esme - E.P. (2004) - Credit: Guitar, Bass Poison Ivy League - The Future of Intimacy (2004) - Credit: Guitar Dr. Long Ghost - This Peasant's Life (2004) - Credit: Co-Producer 2003 Insidious Rays - More Songs about Sex, Love, Death, and Sex (2003) - Credit: Guitar Insidious Rays - Volumes I and II (2003) - Credit: Guitar, Co-Writer Project/Object - Dream of the Dog (2003) - Credit: Guitar, Co-Writer 2002 Seventh Word - E.P. - (2002) Credit: Guitar Seahag - We'll Got to Be about Da Bidness (2002) - Credit: Producer, Writer, Mixer, Engineer, Bass, Drums, Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals, Harmonica, Balalaika 2001 Sound of Urchin - Jack n' Diane E.P. (2001) - Credit: Noise Guitar, Vocal Esme Montgomery - A Single Thing (2001) - Credit: Guitar 2000 Project/Object - Absolutely Live (2000) - Credit: Guitar 1999 The Great Atomic Power - Mushroom of Destruction E.P. (1999) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Percussion 1998 MPB - Mangano, Passantino, and Balls (1998) - Credit: Co-Producer, Co-Writer, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Bass, Drums. Seahag & Friends - Xmas Ablum (1998) - Credit: Producer, Arranger, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keys, Vocals. 1997 Wrong - If You Like This You're Wrong (1997) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Effects, Vocals. 1996 IZ - Tattoo E.P. (1996) - Credit: Co-Writer, Guitar IZ - What is What? (1995) - Credit: Guitar, Co-Writer 1994 Arctic Dreams - Deny the Confusion (1994) - Credits: Bass Some titles may not be present on this list due to... well, this information isn't exactly filed away in an orderly fashion. If RSM has played on something you don't see here, please let us know! Comment or send an email to babycakesmgmt@gmail.com I've been playing music since i was a kid. I stopped for 3 weeks once.
Show More
Genres:
All Music, Rock
Hometown:
Newark, New Jersey

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