Jared Rabin

Jared Rabin is a multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, composer and producer from Chicago. He performs regularly on guitar, violin, mandolin, piano, banjo, and a variety of other instruments. He started learning violin at age five with his grandfather, then Concertmaster of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.  From 2006 to 2008, Jared was a member of the violin section in the Chicago Civic Orchestra and performed under internationally acclaimed conductors including Pierre Boulez and Bernard Haitink. Around the same time, he was performing in clubs with a jam-rock band called Nebulous, as well as performing with local blues band Safe Haven, jazz-sax player Frank Catalano, and an array of other artists. He  also spent those years studying jazz guitar with the great Bobby Broom.  In 2011, Jared started an alt-country band called Falldown with  friends who he had been playing with for years at open mics, bars, gigs and everywhere in between. This set Jared on the path that he is currently pursuing as a musician/songwriter seeking to define his original sound. In November of 2014, he began working on his first solo record, writing, producing, and recording the majority of the parts himself. The record titled “Something Left to Say” is being released in August of 2015.