Though primarily a jazz singer, Brooklyn native Jeff Robinson blends touches of R&B, adult contemporary, and even hip-hop into his mostly self-penned material. Robinson contributed backing vocals to Coolio's 1997 My Soul LP before issuing his eponymous debut album in 1998. - Steve Huey
Vocalist Jeff Robinson returns to the scene with an hypnotic blend of original Jazz and Soul recordings, evoking memories of Marvin Gaye, Al Green and Sam Cooke - all wrapped in a haunting jazz package. He exploded on the Jazz scene in London, playing the famous Jazz Cafe, and was a fixture on London's Jazz FM [Radio]. In fact, Jeff can be found on several Jazz FM compilations. London-based Echoesnews called Jeff's debut LP "Any Shade of Blue", "One of the Top 5 CD's of the year."
He is a household name in many Jazz circles, having performed at the Playboy Jazz Festival, and in many of the best Jazz venues on the west coast.
Jeff now resides in Los Angeles. You can see him perform weekly (with his ensemble) at Pip's nightclub in Los Angeles.