Rob Wells

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Rob Wells
Also known asTRON
OriginPeterborough, Ontario, Canada
GenresPop, pop rock, hip hop, electronica
Occupation(s)Record producer, songwriter & musician
InstrumentsPiano, keyboards, programming, Drums
Years active2003-present

Rob Wells is a Canadian producer/songwriter, and is one half of music production team "The Fourth Floor" with award winning singer/songwriter/recording artist Shobha.

Wells has worked with Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Alex Aiono, Adam Lambert, Nick Lachey, Backstreet Boys, Mika, Kai, Paloma Faith, Katherine McPhee, Corey Hart, Nelly Furtado, The Struts, Big Time Rush, Cyndi Lauper, Boyzone, Pixie Lott, Maxi Priest, Eva Avila, Victoria Duffield, The Treble, Keshia Chante, Matt Dusk, Marie-Mai, Olivia Newton-John, Miranda Cosgrove, Daisy Dares You, Ria Mae, Bobby Bazini, Shiloh, Divine Brown, Tyler Shaw, RyanDan, Ry Cuming and many others.[1]

Rob's work has been featured on So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With The Stars, One Tree Hill, The View, Late Show with David Letterman, Laguna Beach, House Of Carters, Degrassi: The Next Generation, Instant Star,[2] The Smurfs 2, One for the Money, StreetDance 3D and 20th Century Fox's Flicka.

In 2005, Wells (along with Christopher Ward) placed first in the International Songwriting Competition's Top40/Pop Category with the song "There's Us",[3] which was later recorded by Alexz Johnson, Backstreet Boys and Jennifer Ewbank.

Wells (along with Fred St-Gelais and Marie-Mai) received a SOCAN #1 award for Marie-Mai's "Comme Avant", which remained at #1 for 11 weeks in a row in 2011.[4] He also received a SOCAN #1 award for Matt Dusk's "All About Me", having reached the top of the Canadian AC Radio Charts in August 2006, and a SOCAN #1 award for Marc Dupré's "Un coup sur mon cœur".[5]

Rob appeared on an episode of E!'s House Of Carters as a music producer.[6] He has also appeared on 4 seasons of YTV's The Next Star as a music producer.

In 2013, Rob was chosen in an online poll by The Mississauga News as the 8th most influential person living in Mississauga, Canada,[7] and received a star on the Mississauga Music Walk of Fame in 2015.[8]


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