Rob Roy was playing in a band and recording some of their songs when he met Tony Bongiovi who offered to help Rob. Tony had just moved from New York to Florida and was looking for a project. The two soon designed and established a new studio, Power Station Florida, which echoed the renowned studio Tony created in New York in the early 1970s. Rob became the chief engineer for the studio and helped Tony engineer several audio based products including several for the medical industry.
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