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Robbie Bartlett / Bio

Robbie Bartlett has been performing since age four and has a strong foundation in R&B, Blues, and Jazz. She recorded with the "Kentucky Headhunters" on their CD called "Soul". She also has opened for such acts as Dan Fogelberg, Tom Jones, Sheryl Crow, Keith Sweat and the Righteous Brothers. David Crosby and Graham Nash Specifically asked for Robbie Bartlett to perform before and after their concert at the famous "Louisville Palace".
Robbie and her warm smokey alto voice are heard regularly at popular clubs. Her style includes such tunes as "At Last" by Etta James, "Respect" by Aretha Franklin, "Give Me One Reason" by Tracy Chapman, "Something To Talk About" by Bonnie Raitt, and "God Bless The Child" by Billie Holiday to name a few.
Robbie's been asked to sing on numerous CD's in town and has three out herself. The first one, entitled "One Girl's Opinion" was a #1 hit locally. The second CD entitled "A Night With Robbie Bartlett" has been a major hit with her fans and her most recent release, "Robbie Bartlett Live!" was dedicated to those faithful fans and is a compilation of live recordings.
Robbie is in high demand at outdoor festivals, weddings, private parties, and other special occasions. She has also performed in Europe, having toured there three times. On her most recent visit to Europe, she performed at a Mid-Summer Ball in Devon, England.
Robbie's personal touch will make your special day one you will cherish.

General Info

Band Members
Robbie Bartlett-Band Leader/Lead Vocals, Richard Streander-Lead Guitar/Background Vocals, Mike Williams-Bass Guitar /Vocals, Sue Riley-Guitar/Bass/Vocals, Mike
Artist Name
Robbie Bartlett
Home Page
Active Since
R&B/Soul / Jazz

Contact Info

Louisville, KY
Robbie Bartlett

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