B i o g r a p h y

S O U L  C O N N E C T E D

Graham Robins was born in Watford and is based in the U.K.

 

He writes songs that are both literate and emotive.

 

Songs that touch the heart and soul inclusive of  everything good in roots music. A vast and eclectic mix of influences encompassing Soul Blues Country Gospel, Jazz and the Celtic muse.

 With four cd’s to his credit he is a prolific writer who engages his audience with his passionate and powerful soulful voice gained through experience of treading a musical path through five decades of  gigs  festivals and tours .

 

Graham’s writing and recording and consistent workload alongside some of the finest musicians around and continued interest in his music is testimony to a great musical talent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEE BELOW GRAHAM ROBINS PERFORM 2 SONGS ON

     RTV APELDOORN'S SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SHOW

               Programme shown December 2015

                                NETHERLANDS

               'HALL OF FAITH / ORPHAN CHILD

                         PRESENTER : JAN KORT

Quotes:

 

'Graham has the remarkable ability to write songs that connect and seduce us!

(Gary Fletcher - The Blues Band).

 

'A wonderful songwriter with a great voice!

(Mike Scott - The Waterboys).

 

'The Shipping News in our top ten albums of 2011.

Absolutely  stunning!

(Net Rhythms).

 

'The Shipping News is an astonishing personal achievement which can only add to Robins’ stature as a highly professional and talented poet and songsmith!

(Alan Candy - Beds and Bucks Press)

 

MAVERICK MAGAZINE : The Shipping News.

Five star review * * * * *

Touring regularly around the United Kingdom since the 1960s, Graham Robins should be more well-known especially as he wrote all of the fantastic twelve songs on this album. In fact, royal recognition should be the minimum that he receives for this stonking effort.There are many fine examples to choose from but if push comes to shove, it would have to be “The Gangster’s Of Rock N Roll” that is the best. With one of the fastest rhythms around, it lifts the spirits especially when the background instrumental work is taken into consideration with lashings of pedal steel and acoustic guitar. In fact, it is this song alone which should see rapturous applause heading in Graham’s direction due to how good it is. With his extensive experience in music, long may Graham Robins continue. Russell Hill.