Rob Mathes is a Grammy and Emmy nominated internationally renowned composer, arranger, music director, songwriter, and producer.

For over seventeen years, Rob Mathes with New York musicians, guests, and volunteers have been producing and performing concerts to raise money for others and provide audiences with a message of hope and entertainment. The annual Christmas concert includes musicians Will Lee, bassist from the CBS Orchestra on Late Show with David Letterman, Shawn Pelton, drummer, Jeff Kievit, trumpet, and Billy Masters, guitar along with an outstanding horn section, vocalists, choir, guest artists, and musicians. These artists have raised money for a Rwanda orphanage, World Vision, Dana's Angels – Niemann-Pick Type C disease (NPC) childhood disease, and recently The Max Scotti Fund and Making Headway Foundation - dedicated to the care, comfort and cure of children with brain and spinal cord tumors. The song "Everywhere" was written for Max Scotti, a beautiful 7-year-old boy in Rob's wife's (Tammy's) first grade class, who died of brain cancer. Max heard the song before he died and said, "They say my name a lot in that song."

Joe Bonadio

Performing with Rob Mathes is Joe Bonadio one of the top percussionists in the New York metropolitan area. His freelance work in New York includes hundreds of jingles and albums with movie soundtracks, and he has produced over fifteen albums for other artists.