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Returning to her Texas roots in TX via NYC and LA, Robin is one of the most influential musical artists of the 21st century, an important female presence of the decade era. Emerging from the conservative and liberal side of today’s world spectrum, she continually strides to capture the hearts of each fan during every performance.
The debut CD “Somethin’ bout Love” is highly recommended - worth the purchase! Recently she has had Two Songs in the film, “Map to My World." Her new 2012 CD will include the "BATCOW" Theme Song & Video, "Hot Rod Money” first time released Woody Guthrie Song & Video, “What About Me," Single.
"Robin, I just received your CD from Frankie and would just like to tell you how remarkable your talent is. The disk is amazing and I am honored to have been able to play on such an honest and creative record. I hope you remember me when you're at the top."
- Bob Birch (Bassist Elton John Band)
"Folks, Wiley ROCKS!" - Gary Lucas (Jeff Buckley) "For all Country/Pop/Rock artist, this is a must have” Cori Jacobs (Beyonce, Sly & Family Stone) Ventura Star picks Robin Wiley as featured weekend artist - Bill Locey
SXSW chosen artist, Robin Wiley for "Texas Women's Showcase" “Waterloo Record's” chosen artist, Robin Wiley for SXSW “Hear Texas Here"
“A real talent, a Lexicon Angel” - Gary Madison (Pointer Sisters, Juice Newton)
"Ms. Wiley is today's alternate-Janis Joplin. She has rasp & soul, using it while she branches out to more mainstream music …Born in Texas; she inspires audiences with her sultry and southern-rock sound receiving recognition by numerous industry people.
Keep your eye on Ms. Wiley” - Fretless Management, NYC
“The incredibly powerful and soulful Robin Wiley...a native Texan who established herself as a singer/songwriter...much respect in the industry...and her songs have been featured in both film and tv,.. anticipated new release coming this year featuring the single
“Hot Rod Money.”
Bridgette London - Out Law Magazine