Robert Rose

DISCOGRAPHY (with free downloads)

OMEGA

If you take Robert’s word for it, Willie Nelson had it right when he sang, “Mommas, don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys.”  In Robert’s case, it was the fault of the 1950’s TV cowboys that he wanted (and got) his first guitar at age nine.  And it’s been Katy-bar-the-door ever since. 

 

Hundreds of songs written, tens of thousands of hours in the studio (it helps when you own your own), hundreds of thousands of tracks, and enough talent to master every stringed and fretted instrument known to man plus keyboards, percussion, and even the occasional brass and woodwind are reflected in a lifetime of music.  Is there a Music Man?  Yes, it’s Robert Rose.

 

How do I know all of this?  Although I missed the first nine years of Robert’s musical life, we’ve been playing, singing, and recording together since we met in 1964. But you don’t have to take my word for it.  Just listen.


⎯David Livingston

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