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Rob Mounsey

Born: Dec 2, 1952

Birthplace: Berea

Profession: Composer

Nationality: United States

Rob Mounsey

Date of Birth : Dec 2, 1952
Birth Place : Berea

Rob Mounsey is an American award-winning composer, music producer, and musician. He was born in Berea, Ohio, United States, and grew up in Seattle, Washington and several Ohio towns. At the age of 17, he was awarded a 1970 BMI Student Composer Award for his orchestral work Ilium, New York, Is Divided Into Three Parts. He attended Berklee College of Music in Boston from 1971 to 1975. In 1976, he moved to New York to become a noted studio musician, arranger and producer for a wide range of well-known artists, including Rihanna, Aaron Neville, Michael Franks, Carly Simon, Natalie Cole, Diana Krall, Steely Dan, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Chaka Khan, Eric Clapton, Madonna, Diana Ross, Donald Fagen, Brian Wilson, Aztec Camera, Chromeo, and countless others. He performed on keyboards in 1981 for Simon and Garfunkel's Concert In The Park. In 1985, he played keyboards in a New-York-based group called Joe Cool with Will Lee, Jeff Mironov and Christopher Parker. They released one album, Party Animals, on the Pony/Canyon label in Japan, followed by a Japanese tour.


  • Composer
  • Record producer
  • Film Score Composer
  • Arranger

Also known as

  • Mounsey, Rob
  • Robert Mounsey

Awards Won

  • Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction And Composition For A Drama Series
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