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"Local folkie *Robin Aigner* croons witty, vintage-sounding tunes with
dashes of klezmer and swing." *—Timeout New York.*
Robin Aigner has been electrifying the Brooklyn scene and beyond with intelligent, quirky, vintage-sounding original songs since 2002. She has shared festival bills with the likes of Gillian Welch, The Avett Brothers and Jolie Holland and in 2010 opened for Emmylou Harris at the inaugural show of The Loveless Cafe in Nashville.
A multi-instrumentalist (banjo, tenor uke, guitar) who weaves tall tales into smart, quirky songs, she's been likened to the Decemberists and Regina Spektor. A member of New York's "Antique Guarde," she has toured the United States and Europe.
Robin plays either solo or with any number of members of her amazing band: Rima Fand (Luminescent Orchestri) on violin, Bill Gerstel (Pinataland) on percussion, Gavin Smith on clarinet, Larry Cook on bass and Brady Jenkins on piano.