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About the ArtistChristopher Robin: Lead/Rhythm/Slide Guitar, Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Song Writer, Producer
From Fairfield, Conn. to a little apartment in San Francisco to Music City, USA - Nashville, Tenn. to the mapmakers - singer/songwriter Christopher Robin has seen and done it all, a traveled troubadour cut from the same cloth as the music legends he so reveres"(Play Magazine.)
Since he picked up the guitar and taught himself how to play at the age of 14, his musical roots have included personal lessons from artists like Gregg Allman, Michael Hedges, (National Heritage Awarded) Wayne Henderson and Garth Webber, still he has found a voice of his own his own.
"All of my songs are true stories - I've had residency in seven different states - and there's been a lot of stories. They're about all the things I've done, from sailing on tall ships to being a cowboy in Colorado, to playing for Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses in Europe, or the Hells Angels in California, to your typical love-on-the-rocks kind of thing."
"After more than a decade of paying his dues and soaking up the wisdom of seasoned, storied performers, however, Christopher Robin is now poised to become one himself" (Play Magazine)
Christopher has opened for, shared the stage or recorded with a long list of artists including (Grandfather of Reggae)Joe Higgs, Robert Cray, Los Lobos, Robin Trower, Clarence Clemmons, Gregg Allman, Lee Sklar, Marshall Tucker Band, Shooter Jennings, Jackie Pearson, Garth Webber, Reggie Young, Del McCoury, Jimmi Hall, Berry Oakley Jr., Bee Spears, Richie Albright, Big and Rich, Don Was, Tony Joe White, and Steve Cropper
Additionally, Christopher is still called upon to sing and play guitar for the original "Lady Outlaw", Jessi Colter.
With three CD's under his belt, Christopher and his band of all-star players, including his "Little Brother" Trevor Taylor, continue to maintain an extensive national touring schedule.
October 2008 Southern/Blues Rock/Rockabilly
January 2008 Blues
Reached 38th in Best of Rock chart in 2011. In the top 100 for 7 weeks.
May 2010 Southern Rock
June 2009 Southern/Blues Rock/Rockabilly
March 2009 Southern/Blues Rock/Rockabilly
February 2009 Southern/Blues Rock/Rockabilly
December 2008 Southern/Blues Rock/Rockabilly
November 2008 Southern/Blues Rock/Rockabilly
May 2008 Rock Instrumental
April 2008 SoulFest
March 2008 Guitar Solo
March 2008 Contemporary
February 2008 Singer/Songwriter
April 2010 Judging Excellence
Top 40 in All Instrumental, May 2014
Top 40 in All Instrumental, February 2012
Top 40 in All Instrumental, December 2011