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Tad Robinson (born June 24, 1956) is an American Soul Blues singer.

Robinson was born and raised in New York City, attending school at Indiana University's school of music and graduating in 1980. He played regionally with a group called the Hesitation Blues Band, then moved to Chicago, where he became the vocalist for Dave Specter & the Bluebirds, singing on their 1994 album Blueplicity for Delmark Records. In 1994 he released his first album under his own name on the same label; three more have followed, two on the Severn imprint.

2009 blues music award nominee

on december 16, 2008, tad was nominated for a blues music award in the category Soul/Blues Male Artist of the Year

2008 Blues Music Award nominee:  Soul/Blues Album of the Year!!
“Fans of soul and R&B will have a hard time resisting Robinson’s charms. He and his band deliver the goods on this set dominated by original tunes...  Eleven strong performances that make you wonder why he’s not more widely known.” 
- Michael Cote - Blues Revue
“If you think genuine soul music is not being created today, just take a listen to Tad Robinson’s “A New Point of View.” With echos of O.V. Wright, Syl Johnson, and James Carr, Mr. Tad Robinson brings back those glory days of sweat-stained southern soul music. The fabulous horn charts and strings recall the Hi and Goldwax studio sounds. This green-eyed singer will get your heart and soul pumping! “A New Point of View” is truly a masterpiece with superlative tunes and true-to-form production that will take you back to Memphis! Can I get a witness?”
 - Doug Price, WVKR - Blues After Hours
“Seldom does soul-blues sound this good . . .
John Stracey - bluesconnections.com

http://www.myspace.com/tadrobinson 

 

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