Robby Earle

When Robby was three years old, he commandeered a nursing home intercom system and performed Barney’s “I Love You” for a building full of elderly people. It was the first in a series of bold moves that would come to define his musical career. With a father in the navy, Robby spent much of his early years moving from place to place before his family settled in a small town in Louisiana. His mother, a church choir director, instilled in Robby a deep love for music, from Benedictions to Billy Joel. When his older sister signed up for piano lessons, Robby took up the instrument as well for fear of being left out. He's been returning to the bench ever since. After graduation, he moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University, where he would continue to write songs, and eventually record his own music. He released two projects independently, Back to Life (2011) and Lifted (2012) with the help of childhood friend and producer Mark Campbell. In 2014, Robby was signed to Capitol Records with whom he recorded a full length album and an EP while touring the U.S.

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