Singer/songwriter, Robert Viales, started playing music professionally when he was seventeen years old. Starting out as a folk/blue-grass singer/guitarist, he quickly became a popular attraction at nightclubs and concert venues throughout his native California. Eventually, Robert began to branch out into a more electric blues/rock style of playing which brought him to the attention of management and producers in Los Angeles.
After moving to Los Angeles in 1978, Robert signed a personal management contract with James/Fair Management. He showcased and gigged around the L.A. area in clubs and concert venues, and did quite a bit of session work for various producers. He worked with David Shire, on his sound track for the movie "Old Boy Friends" with John Belushi, producer David Cortney (Roger Daltry) and played on demos for Elektra Records, Columbia and RCA. Eventually Robert and his band, Another Roadside Attraction, signed a world-wide publishing deal with Inter-World Music headed by Mike Stewart, former president of 20th Century Fox Records.
In the early 80's, Robert moved back to his home in Monterey, California where he continued to write and perform locally in various bands and as a solo artist. He began working with producer Sal Marullo as a session guitarist and eventually signed on with Marullo's record label, Luram Records, which resulted in his first CD entitled "Unforgotten Angel".
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