Hi...I'm Robbie King, blues guitarist and song writer.My music is both retro and modern..sort of Ottis Redding meets Robert Cray meets Stevie Ray Vaughan! This isn't by copying someones style either...I was born in Witchita FallsTexas and grew up listening to some of the greatist R&B and Blues artist there were at the time..artist such as Ray Charles to BB King and everyone in between. As I grew into the Blues, my sights were set high. I wanted to play on stage with the likes of Eric Clapton ,BB King,Jeff Beck and others...I felt that one day I would have the maturity as a Blues guitar player, to be able to stand on the same stage with my hero's and be noticed and appreciated by these great artist's. My wish to play with these wonderful people seem to be coming true.. To date I have played on stage with Bonnie Riatt ,Johnny Neel once a song writer and keyboard player for the Allman Brothers Band, just to name a few... My music is no doubt Blues, but with a very original twist I'm sure will please blues fans everywhere!! So be on the look out for Robbie King... My first solo album (Classic Case Of The Blues), is my calling card...I hope that those of you who have a chance to listen it,will enjoy it. These songs are both yours and mine! All from the heart and all real! All the best to yah! ....... Robbie King
February 2002 www.keyofde.com KEY OF De Magazine By Leon Dennis, Heavey hitting, low down Blues! If you had to feel pain to play the Blues, these fellows were beaten, continously from birth!.. They feel the Blues. We listened to a nine song collection that featured Robbie King-Guitars and vocals, Hank Edwards-drums, James Cochran-lead Vocals, and Sammy Green- bass. Some of the songs that tickled our fancy were (After She's Gone) and (All Tied Up)great guitar licks. And one song,(Train Boy Blues), we just had to listen to it again and again! It had a sort of deep south,dixie blues sound to it. When I first heard it, a vision people sitting on a porch gathered around an old timey radio came to mind. It just had that slightly static, tin can sound that used to play on those things. It really set the mood for the whole song!! For info on his CD goto his website, RobbieKing.com( We got ours...Ha Ha )You can catch him live, also his schedule is on his site and you can Listen to a sample's of his music there!!
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