Reboot The Robot started in the summer of 2008 as an acoustic side project. Needing an outlet for the rough times he was going through, Jon Ware, the man behind Reboot The Robot, started writing song after song , perfecting lyrics and chord progressions.
The first RTR demos were recorded on a $10 hand recorder, and, out of curiousity to see how well the songs would do, were posted on a small, unknown MySpace music profile. Slowly, people began to take notice, and soon the profile began to fill with plays and friend requests. Inspired, Jon began to write even more songs, and soon enough found himself in the recording studio, laying down tracks for what would soon become Reboot The Robot's debut EP "Nothing, Something, Everything".
Many studio hours and a few hundred bucks later, "Nothing, Something, Everything" was released to online retailers on July 14th, 2009, to overwhelmingly positive reviews and praise. Fans reacted well to the album, and soon there was demand for another EP release. Digging through older, unfinished songs as well as new ones, the framework was laid for what would become Reboot The Robot's sophomore effort, "When All We Have".
Recorded at Blind Dog Audio in Longmont, CO, and produced by Kevin King, "When All We Have" has become a hit among fans since its release on December 1st, 2009. The EP spawned many new fan-favorite tracks, including "Deception Is What The World Calls Romance" and "Not Giving In".
Currently, Reboot The Robot is taking off time from writing new music to focus on an untitled covers album. This new covers album has a tenative release for summer 2010. A full band debut is targeted for a late fall/winter 2010 release.