Robert J.

Robert J.

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Rock - Americana | Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 12,281   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 10/23/2019

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, Oct 24th, 2019
Liliana's - Fitchburg, Wisconsin
Friday, Oct 25th, 2019
1855 Saloon & Grille - Cottage Grove, Wisconsin
Saturday, Oct 26th, 2019
Private Party - UW Sports - Cambridge, Wisconsin

Robert J. is a multi-award winning singer/songwriter who has been a mainstay in the Wisconsin music scene for decades. 2019 marks his 46th year of playing in clubs, beginning with his college years in Detroit, through his time playing and living in Crested Butte, Colorado to his many years in Madison.
Robert's music is a blend of styles which flow along the Mississippi River, from blues to country, roots rock & roll to folk. His solo show consists of well crafted original songs and many of the classic tunes we all know. He mixes acoustic guitar(used with a looper), harmonica and soulful vocals to create an authentic sound all his own.

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Latest News

Memorial Day release of America (Oh Say Can You See) - Out now for your listening and viewing enjoyment.

Robert J. is proud to be the founder and director of MAMA CARES, a non-profit program of the Madison Area Music Association geared towards helping Madison Area musicians and their families in times of medical emergency. Please check out for more details.


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genekonitzer7512442 posted over 30 days ago to Robert J.


love your songs

   
 
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Barry Osbourn posted over 30 days ago


wow, of all the artists I've listen to hear on broad jam so far, You are the one person I can say for sure should already be famous, just as good as any radio star you've ever heard from Dylan to Young to Petty. Unbelievable that your here on Broadjam,


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