Rob Piltch was born in Toronto; his early music teachers include Eli Kassner, Gordon Delamont and Sam Dolin. By the age of 17 he was working professionally with bands including the Bernie Piltch quartet (late father). In 1979 he joined Blood Sweat and Tears to tour and record for 2 years. Upon returning to Toronto he began work as a session player recording for Canadian artists such as Hugh Marsh, Kim Mitchell, Shirley Eikhart, Marc Jordan, Amy Sky, Guido Basso, Rob McConnell and released his own album "Bells" in partnership with Canadian jazz virtuoso Don Thompson. He recorded a solo self titled album for Duke Street records and has won a Juno for his work with Dave Young and Phil Dwyer in 1993. He has played guitars on many television shows and has been featured on the sound track of the films "Crash" and "The Blue Planet". Rob continues performing live and recording. He is one of the remaining original members of the band "Nick Buzz" who has recently released their 2nd recording and is finishing work on a new CD of his own.