Rob Seifert

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Gender MALE
Industry Arts
Occupation Musician
Location Aurora, Colorado, United States
Introduction I think I've finally figured out what I want to be when I grow up - a musician. I have 6 wonderful kids and the most loving, delightful, and amazing wife Cheryl. I attend the University of Colorado at Denver. I am currently working on my Bachelors in Music. I love Music, Theatre, Books, and Art. While I'm not particularly religious, I beleive inspiration to be the finest and most eloquent expression of God's will for me in my life - though I am still sometimes too stuborn to listen.
Interests My Kids, Music, Theatre, Genealogy, Fencing, Anime, Friends, Fishing, Family, Fun, Food, Sleep, Movies, Books, Carpentry, Power Tools, Photography, Art, Poetry
Favorite Movies Moulin Rouge, West Side Story, Big Fish, Like Water for Chocolate, White, Vampires, Blade, XMEN 1&2, The LOTR Trilogy, The Matrix, Star Wars, Braveheart, Queen Margot, Much ado About Nothing, Ferris Bueler's Day Off, Bladerunner, Dune, Oceans 11, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Apocalypse Now, Hero, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Riverboat Queen, Schindler's List, Kill Bill vol 1 and 2, Drunken Master, The legend of Fung Sai Yuk, Tai Chi Master, The Last Samurai, Seven Samurai, Captian Blood, The Three Musketeers, Singin'In the Rain, Circle of Iron, Iron and Silk, Akira, Ran, West Side Story
Favorite Music Ani Difranco, Led Zepelin, The Eagles, Ella Fitzgerald, Alison Kraus, Indigo Girls, Pink Floyd, NIN, Concrete Blonde, Evanescence, Mozart, Bach, Chopin, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Robert Johnson, James Taylor, David Wilcox, The Alman Bros, The Doobie Bros, Chicago, KC and the Sunshine Band
Favorite Books William Shakespeare, Geofrey Chaucer, Roger Zelazny, Isaac Asimov, Orson Scott Card, Anne Rice, Ralph Ellison, Walt Whitman, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Douglas Adams, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Ernest Hemingway, Stephen R. Donaldson, Dale Carnegie, Margaret Wies and Tracy Hickman, Ayn Rand, Robert A. Heinlein.

Your bow is not broken but you've run out of arrows. How can you fake being a bard?

Having lost the opportunity to "zing" those around me, I would have to make up a song about a frog.