Brad Robins grew up in Centerville, Utah. At a young age sports was his life, but after discovering a passion for music and performance in high school, thanks to some incredible teachers, little to nothing could hold him back from getting on stage any way he could. After serving a two-year church mission to Moscow, Russia, Brad attended Brigham Young University where he graduated from the Marriott School of Management with a degree in Business Management with an emphasis in Marketing. While at BYU he also toured with and was two-time president of the world-renowned BYU Young Ambassadors, traveling to parts of Europe, Asia, and Southern Africa. In between touring and his studies, he also was involved in a number of regional musical productions including Phantom of the Opera (Andre/Phantom u.s.), Beauty and the Beast (Beast) and Les Misérables (Marius). Some of Brad’s musical influences include: Josh Groban, Ramin Karimloo, Michael Buble and Brian Stokes Mitchell. Off the stage, Brad is a big fan of the popular TV show, “The Office,” and enjoys traveling, hiking, mountain biking, golfing, skiing, attending sporting events, and dabbling with Adobe creative products where he works during the day. Brad and his wife currently reside in South Jordan, Utah.