Robb Strandlund is a multi-platinum singer/songwriter. Co- author of "Already Gone" Recorded by the Eagles and is included on their Greatest Hits album which holds the record for being the biggest selling album in recording history.
Industry Music is proud to announce the release of a digitally re-mastered CD of the Country Rock album 'ROBB STRANDLUND - LIVE'. (Originally recorded in 1976 at the BARN on the UCR Campus) Featuring some of the greatest players to ever play this genre': John Ware on drums (of Emmylou Harris' Hot Band), Al Perkins on steel guitar (of Manassas and the Flying Burrito Brothers), Bob Warford on string bender guitar (of Linda Rondstat's Band and Emmylou Harris' Hot Band) Chris Darrow on fiddle and vocals (of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Kaleidoscope) and Cindy Edwards of Rank Strangers (vocals).
This CD is a 'must have' for any serious collector of honest-to-god pure California Country rock music recorded live in it's heyday.
Robb's song writing credits also include several movies and television shows. Some of the artists who have recorded his songs are The Eagles, Johnny Lee, Gary Morris, The Osborne Brothers, Mickey Gilley, Chris Darrow, Fred Koller, The Rank Strangers, Vern Gosden, Tanya Tucker, Waldon Dahl, and the Virginia Squares.
While living in Nashville Robb made several guest appearances on the Grand Ol Opry. Among Robb's television credits are Austin City Limits, Hee Haw, Nashville Now, Church Street Station, the Ralph Emery show, Nashville After Hours, and the Mike Douglas Show.
Robb has made guest appearances as a session musician and vocalist with other recording artists. Most notably are, Bonny Rait (Urban Cowboy), Lacy J. Dalton, Michael Martin murphy, Mike Love, Chris Darrow , Janie Frickey, and Johnny Lee.
As an artist, Robb has shared the stage with The Nitty-gritty Dirt Band, Michael Martin Murphey, Neal Young, Glen Frey, Ricky Skaggs, Emmy Lou Harris, Delbert McClinton, Mimi Farina, John Hammond, Ramblin Jack Elliot, Bonnie Rait, The Birds, Redbone, Alice Cooper, George Jones, Bo Didley, Rose Mattox, The Whites, Ray Price, Janie Frickey, Lee Greenwood, John Connely, The Riders in the Sky, The Judds, Sawyer Brown, Gary Morris, Conway Twitty, Ray Price, Johnny Lee, The Bellamy Brothers, Kathy Mattea, Little Jimmy Dickins, Ray Stevens, Grandpa Jones, The Outlaws, and Hank Williams Jr. To name a few.