Rob Robinson



What's Goin' On...

Walk Away & I Believe is Now Available On CD

New video from Rob's live session on GrooveKSQ. Many thanks to Bryan Tuk and Zach Hartzell for the footage and editing.  

Join Rob on Tuesday evenings in Oxford, PA for 

Celebrate Recovery 

Come out for an evening of food, fellowship and faith

Dinner is served at 6:30pm

May News - 2019

New Album: Continuing to work on the new album. Some of the basic tracks (acoustic guitar, drums and scratch vocal) have been laid down and starting to add bass guitar in the coming weeks.

Return to Emmaus: On Saturday May 4th Rob will return to the Emmaus Road Cafe in Lancaster, PA for a solo performance. He will be performing most of the material from his up coming album along with music from Catchin' A Ride. Rob will be joined by a couple of special guests for a part of the night. Make plans to come out and enjoy an evening with Rob. 

Unknown Bones: Rob will be joining some old friends on Sunday May 19 at West Chester University in a concert featuring the Unknown Bones. Keep your eyes out for more details on the event. 

12 Step Recovery Service: Join Rob on the second Sunday of each month at St Mary Annes Episcolpol Church in North East, MD for a 12 Step Recovery Service led by the Rev. John Schaeffer. The service begins at 6:00pm and is followed at 7:00 by dinner in the activities center.

"Rest From War" 

Rob is happy to announce the formation of a new music project call "Rest From War". This is a Christian based acoustic group that will perform a variety of music including Contemporary Christian and Traditional Folk Christian music. The group will also perform select songs from secular artist as well. "Rest From War" was founded as a result of Rob's participation in Celebrate Recovery at Bethany Church in Oxford, PA. It was there that he met Sue and Paul Keller and the three began providing music each week for the praise and worship part of the evening. They were also making a a monthly appearance at St. Mary Annes 12 Step Recovery Service in North East, MD. when Voices of Hope President Jen Turke invited them to perform at the annual Gratitude Banquet. Rob recruited long time friend and percussionist Ed Carr and the quartet was formed. Keep you eye out for more news about "Rest From War". 

 "Rest From War" pictured here at the 4th annual Voices of Hope Gratitude Banquet. 


Meet Ross Troy

Ross is pruducing Rob's new album at his Wrecked Room Studio located in Earleville, MD. The two met during their work together on the Tin Foil Hat project. They share some roots from their days on the Philadelphia music scene.

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 Check out Rob's original song and video

"I Believe"