Rob Beckley

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Rob Beckley
Birth name Robert Benjamin Beckley
Born (1975-08-20) August 20, 1975 (age 42)
Origin Hays, Kansas, United States
Genres Alternative metal, Christian rock, hard rock
Occupation(s) Lead singer for Pillar
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1998–present
Notable instruments
Vocals, rhythm guitar

Robert Benjamin "Rob" Beckley (born August 20, 1975) is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the Christian rock band Pillar, which was voted Best Hard Rock Band in CCM Magazine's 2006 Reader's Choice Awards. Beckley started the band in 1998 in Kansas.[1]

Beckley is married to Linda Beckley. In addition to being the band's frontman, he is also a soldier in the United States Army Reserves.[2]

Rob Beckley has contributed guest vocals to the songs such as, "Numb" by Tait, "Rock On" and "Help me Change" by KJ-52, "Silent Screams" by Éowyn,[3] and "Indestructible" by Hardie Avenue.[4] Rob is currently working on a solo album that will be exclusively sold on Idefimusic.


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