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It has been said that the greatest music is birthed from times of great despair. Gospel is rooted in the bonds of slavery, jazz from the shackles of poverty, rock and roll from a generation held to too many rules. The same can be said for singer/songwriter, Robby Berry. Difficult times birth great music.
Life is not always easy, especially when we try to go through it alone. Struggles both external and internal run rampant in all of our lives. Robby is a voice calling out in the storm to let anyone struggling know they are not alone and that there is hope. Hope that the suffering will come to an end and that there is a God who is bigger than any situation these lives of ours can throw at us.
Robby recently recorded a short compilation of songs to be entitled “From Egypt,” a title rooted in the biblical story of God freeing his people from bondage. We are not meant to stay or find our identity in suffering. We are meant to live to the fullest. In a raw, acoustic folk style, Robby compels us toward a life of reliance on the One who can truly make us who we are meant to be.