Robert Cini, a name synonymous with soulful melodies and genre-defying artistry, stands as a multi-award-winning singer/songwriter hailing from Australia. With a career spanning over a decade, Cini has crafted a musical identity that effortlessly blends folk, blues, rock, pop, and country, establishing himself as a distinctive force in the industry.

Since 2007, Cini has been on an artistic odyssey driven by a deep commitment to storytelling through the dynamic evolution of his sound. The zenith of this journey came in 2019 when he released his composition 'Different Road' - a nod to the world’s obsession with the easy and the material, and a look inward at his own journey with vision impairment. Impactful to its core, Different Road earned him an 'Australian Songwriters Award' and the prestigious PPCA 'Best Live Performance' accolade, a testament to Cini's compelling stage presence. 

The release of his debut album, 'Imaginary Fun,' in the same year marked a watershed moment, earning critical acclaim and reinforcing his reputation as a captivating storyteller. Australian music luminary Glenn Shorrock, captivated by Cini's commercially appealing sound, recognized his exceptional talent by selecting him as a Finalist in the Glenn Shorrock Music Scholarship Award.

A seasoned performer, Robert Cini has graced stages alongside industry giants like Kate Ceberano, Troy Cassar-Daley, John Butler, Glenn Shorrock, James Reyne, Lisa Mitchell and more. His live performances exude authenticity, immersing audiences in a realm where impassioned vocals and instinctive guitar playing take center stage. 

In 2023, Cini embarked on a new chapter by forming a backing band to elevate his original compositions. Their triumph in the 'Passport to Airlie' Cairns regional final catapulted them onto the national stage at the Airlie Beach Festival of Music, where they shared the main stage with icons like Ian Moss, The Superjesus, King Stingray, and Dragon.

Beyond the stage, Cini's artistry resonates on the airwaves, with his songs enjoying regular rotation on radio stations spanning Queensland, interstate, and even overseas. Noteworthy festival appearances include the Woodford Folk Festival's 'Festival of Small Halls,' Savannah in the Round Festival, Tablelands Folk Festival, Cairns Festival, Riverfest, and the Babinda Harvest Festival.

Characterized as soulful, distinctive, melodic, and authentic, Robert Cini defies the confines of genre, drawing comparisons to 'Counting Crows' and earning recognition as a noteworthy artist by QMusic's Ant McKenna. Juggling solo performances with his backing band, the trajectory of Cini's career promises to ascend to unprecedented heights, leaving an indelible mark on the ever-expanding canvas of the music industry.