2015 Update

Yikes. It’s been 2 years as of this month since I’ve updated this thing. I’m not entirely sure who’s gonna read this, but I’ll get you up to speed if you are. My band Rohlk & Reason ultimately but amicably dissolved roughly a year ago after a summer spent recording Read more…

Rohlk + Reason

It’s been a while, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy!   We’ve officially simplified our name to Rohlk + Reason (you can check out the new site here). We also recently recorded a new 4-song EP with House Studio DC, and we’re excited to share the final product Read more…

Mash Up Madness

Recently recorded a cover video with my good friend Shivani Bhatt. We did a mash up of two of my favorite songs: Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” and Paul Simon’s “You Can Call Me Al” It was super fun putting a folky acoustic spin on these 80s smash Read more…


  Andrew Rohlk & The Reason!  Update: We’re now simply called Rohlk and Reason!   Out of all the crazy band names we had to choose from, why this one? You want to know the reason behind The Reason? Well too bad, you’re not in the band. These guys are though. Keys: Read more…

2nd Single – “Conversation About You”

To listen + download this song, click here or below.

Some of you may remember this song from my Big Meadow Sessions video.

So the next single from “Somewhere in Between” is here! And it’s not Sunday! Single Sunday was probably a one time thing, so I hope you enjoyed it. I realized most people are busy on Sunday nights, myself included! D’oh.

You just never know what to expect, so stay tuned here for more updates!

Thanks for listening!



Lyrics below:


1st Single Sunday!

Today’s the day. The 1st Single Sunday has arrived!

Here’s the lead single from my new EP. So give it a listen, and let me know what you think!

To download this song, click here or above. (The download is name your price, so if you want it FOR FREE simply enter zero dollars.)

There’s more Single Sundays to come, so stay tuned! The next song might not be next Sunday, but the one after that (2 weeks). I say this without certainty since we’re still in the mixing phase for the other tracks. I don’t want to promise anything and have it be rushed. This song was done a little bit ahead of the others, so I was anxious to let you in on it!

Thanks for reading & listening,


PS: I almost forgot! The lyrics to “Put You In a Song” are below.