Disillusioned with the way of life and values promoted by our Western culture, Roaman has devoted much of the last few years to personal studies in philosophy, theology, mindfulness and well- being, integrating yogic practices, eastern mysticism, native wisdom, and the teachings of many beloved teachers into his personal lifestyle and, consequently, in his music and lyrics.
The call for a more holistic, kind and conscious approach to the way we treat ourselves, relate to each other and our Planet is the underlying constant in all of Roaman’s music. This is especially evident in Roaman’s latest album “People of the Sun” (2019) and in his second EP “Free at Last” (2016), two collections of anthemic songs inviting the listener on a joyful journey back to what matters most : reconnecting with the essence of who we really are "beyond matter and mind", remembering that there is only one Human Family, rediscovering and honouring our innate connection to our beautiful Planet.
After traveling across the U.S.A. and touring California extensively between 2017 and 2019 to promote his most recent album “People fo the Sun”, Roaman is now back in Europe where he keeps writing, recording and performing his original music which he publishes through his “Acoustic Sessions”, released weekly on his Youtube channel. Beside working on his original music Roaman also shares gentle instrumental music and medicine songs to facilitate yoga classes, meditation circles, and breath-work workshops in London, where he currently resides.
Roaman is a nomadic singer-songwriter who weaves a soulful blend of folk, reggae and medicine music with a clear intention in mind :be a catalyst for positive change, and remind that “everyone is family and everywhere is home”
Born and raised in Rome, Italy, Roaman discovered his passion for music only in the summer of 2008, when at the age of 19 he borrowed a friend’s old classical guitar and began teaching himself how to play a few chords watching videos on Youtube. It was immediately clear he had found his new true love. Despite a late start in music compared to many fellow musicians, Roaman completely devoted himself to learning and refining his craft, and within 4 years, with only £300 in his pocket and the promise of a friend’s couch to crush on, Roaman moved to London to begin a new musical journey.
It is in the streets of London’s iconic Camden Town that the now “roaming roman” was initiated to street-performing, or “busking”, something that allowed him not only to practice every day, but also to share his music with wider audiences and connect with people in a genuine and spontaneous way. Facilitating human connection and bringing people together remain at the core of Roaman’s musical mission statement, and over the years busking has been one of the pillars of his traveling career, from street-performing in his beloved Camden, to enchanting crowds of hundreds in the squares of his hometown Rome (photo below)