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Dinner, Show, Dance, fantastic show as Robert performs as over 50 Legends of the entertainment industry, plus songs from his hit album "Middle of Something"
Dinner, Show, dance, and prizes show starts at 8 pm Robert Larrabee will perform as over 50 Legendary performers, as well perform hits from his latest album "Middle of Something"
Leading a songwriter's in-the-round workshop for veterans during Wounded Warriors Weekend... for wounded vets from Canada, US, Australia and UK. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 110 is hosting...public is welcome. Contact the Slave Lake Organizing Committee chairperson for more info on the weekend activities: Larry Willis 780-849-9172 780-369-2630 (Home) firstname.lastname@example.org
BBQ and beer Gardens saturday August 2nd wounded warriors weekend.
Sounds Like: Luke Bryan
Bio: When singer songwriter Robert Larrabee came into the world at St Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver B.C. he was born with yellow jaundice, bronchitis, pneumonia, a sty in his right eye and spent a lot of time in an oxygen tent. But Robert overcame early adversity and left those difficulties behind to...See Full Bio
“Robert Larrabee takes his songwriting to a new level Hatter Robert Larrabee had the chance to work with renowned songwriter Jess Cates and will soon be releasing an album of songs from those sessions. Local musician Robert Larrabee calls the opportunity to write songs alongside the renowned Jess Cates “amazing and inspiring.” Larrabee has spent the better part of the last 30 years singing the favourites we’ve all come to love, a self professed imitator, but in an effort to become more appealing to even more people he found himself writing with multi-platinum songwriter Jess Cates recorded by artists such as Jordin Sparks, the Backstreet Boys, LeAnn Rimes, Taylor Hicks, former boy bander Nick Lachey and many more. “I wrote an album by myself in 2010 but realized very quickly there is a lot more to songwriting that I had thought, ” says Larrabee. “I had been singing old songs for so long it sounded very dated. I called my producer in Nashville who recommended Jess Cates.”