raised in the home of a Southern Baptist Minister in Dublin,
Georgia, with a steady, predictable, and repetitious diet of
Southern Gospel and Bluegrass music.
As a child, he learned
enough guitar to play and sing for family and friends.
Robbie matured and learned to make a living, he noticed and paid
special attention to what is known today as classic country,
or as he calls it, “the workin’ man's music.”
influenced by Merle Haggard, he began to craft his own singer-songwriter
“Thankfully,” says Robbie, “I was raised on
both Jesus and hard work. My daddy is the perfect example
of an imperfect man who struggles every day with Christian living. Daddy
always said that temptation is what makes the cross heavy.”
music, original country and gospel with a mostly classic country
sound, allows the listener a glimpse inside his own personal
life, both past and present.
father are two influences that have inspired him to write honest
music about seeking God’s kingdom through everyday life
while making a few wrong choices along the way.