Producer, Percussionist, Educator
Roye Robley is a professional producer, engineer, percussionist, and instructor from Hammond, Indiana. He is the former studio and touring drummer for international recording and touring act Like A Storm. Roye also performs with several Chicago-area based live bands, and frequently plays percussion for musicals in the area. Roye has compiled an impressive performance resume--supporting acts such as Three Days Grace, Creed, Saving Abel, Mayday Parade, and Hawthorne Heights--across North America.
Although still relatively new to the field, Roye's production and engineering resume is growing steadily. In his few years on the scene, Roye has engineered and performed on several chart topping singles ("Break Free," "Love The Way You Hate Me," "Wish You Hell" by Like A Storm) and worked with the likes of Belmont, Zachary Krugman, and Rare Candy. He's also kept busy with a slew of amazing local artists (Stop Drop Rewind, Detour North, Arvia, As We Once Were). Roye shuns the "in-and-out" mindset of commercial studios and instead focuses on developing the artists and their songs, subscribing to the old adage: "quality of quantity".