ROEM (Roem Baur,) is a multiple award-winning singer and touring songwriter from San Francisco. Recognized by a worldwide fanbase from appearances on season 7 of NBC's The Voice, playing the main stage at Super Bowl 50 celebrations, official SXSW & CES conferences, and tours in Canada, Netherlands, Germany, England, Zimbabwe, Africa to name a few. His trademark "wild" (Entertainment Weekly) stage show and "ridiculous vocal range" (rslblog.com) has garnered praise from fans and critics all over the world. As a young boy singing gospel in church, he continued singing in school as a classically-trained first tenor, winning multiple awards in Opera and Musical Theatre. After college and a brief stint as a professional stage actor, Baur answered the call of rock n' roll. That call, which began with just a voice and an acoustic guitar in humble living rooms, cafes, and small clubs, quickly grew to forming a band, and through a chance encounter, releasing his first studio EP with GRAMMY nominated producer, Damien Lewis (Rihanna, Janelle Monae, Katy Perry).
Baur's self-released single "Maybe I Don't Need You" landed his music on San Francisco Bay Area KFOG radio and subsequently won the "Road to TRI" contest by Bob Weir (The Grateful Dead), which resulted in an invitation to record live videos in Weir's legendary TRI Studios. His most personal work, "Night Phases," has been praised by bloggers and critics as one of the best releases of that Summer.
Playing 150+ shows a year, he is currently recording in hotel rooms and studios while on the road, preparing for his upcoming 2019 release.