Robin may be the best kept secret in contemporary acoustic music today. She is a singer-songwriter from NYC whose music fuses folk, pop, blues and country elements into a blend she calls "Acousticness" which is also the title of her second CD. Her debut album "SLOW BURN" received rave reviews when released. Her songs have been recorded on Fast Folk and Atlantic Records. She was a finalist at the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival (1989) in Texas, the premier songwriting festival in the country.
Robin was signed to Bob Dylan´s publishing company as a writer for two years. For the past 10 years Robin has been performing extensively for college audiences across the U.S. along with performing at various folk venues, and touring in Europe. Her first album "SLOW BURN" was released initially as an independent in 1989. It was subsequently picked up for release in Europe by Swiss label BRAMBUS Records. Robin did her first European tour in the summer of 1994 and has spent part of every summer since touring Europe, especially Denmark. Robin has won folk competitions in the Riverbank/Walden Radio Folk Festival and the NJ Folk Festival, and showcased at both the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival and the Northeast Folk Alliance Conference. Among favorite gig of recent years - singing the national anthem at Madison Square Garden in NYC for the NY Knicks! Robin has two CDs of original music and has a new CD of traditional folk and blues songs about women called "Images of Women."
Robin plays both guitar and banjo. She straddles the musical worlds of contemporary singer-songwriter pop-folk as well as traditional Anglo-American folk, Afro-American and ethnic Jewish music. She also works as a performer/clinician with world re-known Martin Guitars.
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