Freddie Rabuse was born February 19, 1955, in New York City. Freddie grew up in New York, playing music professionally since he was thirteen. At the age of 15, his band, “The Deltas”, had an 85 song repertoire. Freddie has played in many nightclubs, piano bars and restaurants, including the world renown Tavern on the Green. Freddie has played in show bands, such as Ernest Wright's "Imperial", (formerly of "Little Anthony and the Imperials"), the cabaret trio, "Island Swing", and with Dick Solberg's Sun Mountain Band on his mid-western tour.

Since 1985, Freddie has been working in the Virgin Islands. His solo and band performances are in high demand in the club scene, corporate functions, and on private mega-yachts. When traveling off-island, Freddie has performed in international hotspots such as Glacier National Park, Martha’s Vineyard, Oslo, St. Tropez, Ibiza, St. Barth’s, and Kyoto. Between his wide variety of songs and his affable nature, welcoming requests, he delights audiences wherever he is.

Freddie's commercial credits include playing the background music for the Atlantis Submarine's Underwater Video, Beck's Bier, and Cruzan Rum t.v. commercials. Freddie has performed in shows with Dave Mason, and backing up Bowser (from the 50's show, "Sha Na Na"). He was the musical director of the island's production of the hit musical, "Aint Misbehavin".

Freddie’s other interests include trading the stock, options and futures market, and playing tennis. He played basketball for Columbia University.