|Birth Day:||October 11, 1979|
|Birth Place:||Montevideo, Uruguay|
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He studied philosophy at Rutgers University.
After Midtown, Gabe Saporta wanted to start a project that was more light-hearted and whose music could incorporate diverse electronic influences. The idea for Cobra Starship came to him during a trip in the Arizona desert in 2005. Gabe produced and recorded the first Cobra album by himself with S*A*M & Sluggo. An early helpful development for Cobra Starship was when Midtown's management company set Saporta up with an opportunity to record a song for the soundtrack to the 2006 action film Snakes on a Plane, which became a minor hit.
By 2007, Cobra Starship was a full band and started touring the country. Cobra's eclectic sound allowed them to tour with acts as diverse as 30 Seconds to Mars, Fall Out Boy and Travie McCoy. They also performed with many electronic acts such as Girl Talk and Kaskade.
On June 5, 2010 MTV aired an episode of When I Was 17, which focused on Gabe Saporta and discussed his life as a teenager. Saporta has hosted and been a correspondent for various music-related TV shows including being a presenter at the VMAs, a US correspondent for The EMAs and BBC1, and hosting several countdown shows on Fuse.
In 2012, Cobra Starship was the main support for Justin Bieber on his entire South American stadium tour.
In March 2013, Gabe Saporta was featured on "Make It Out This Town", the first single by American rapper Eve's fourth album Lip Lock. In 2015, Saporta started working with Beats1 Radio as on-air talent and show host.
In May 2013, Saporta and Erin Fetherston got married. Fetherston, who was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, is a successful fashion designer. In March 2016, the couple welcomed their first child, a son.
After disbanding, Midtown developed a cult-like following. In response to this renewed interest, Midtown reunited for a secret show in Brooklyn and to headline the Skate & Surf Festival in Asbury Park, NJ in 2014.
On his Beats1 Radio show in November 2015, Gabe Saporta announced that he would no longer be performing or putting out new music. Saporta and business associate Mike Carden have announced the formation of a talent management firm, T∆G // The Artist Group, which is expected to commence operations in the first quarter of 2016. Saporta has explained that now he wants to work behind the scenes and help younger artists see their dreams come true.
Currently, Gabe Saporta is 43 years, 7 months and 29 days old. Gabe Saporta will celebrate 44th birthday on a Wednesday 11th of October 2023.
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