Mo Robson Band
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Mo Robson Band

Dallas, TX | Established. Jan 01, 1999 | SELF

Dallas, TX | SELF
Established on Jan, 1999
Band Country Singer/Songwriter


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"Mo Robson Band Self Titled"

With their self-titled debut, the Mo Robson Band have demonstrated that they are worthy of inclusion in this fraternity, at times indicating the potential to break away from the pack. Fans of Texas artists such as Jack Ingram and Charlie Robison, artists who play country music with a dash of rock sensibility, should give this disc a try.
- AL Kunz,


"Live at Adair's"-2009 Smith Entertainment: Receives streaming and radio airplay
"Even Angels Fall"-2008 Smith Entertainment: Recieves streaming and radio airplay
Single "Even Angels Fall" charted in top 50 for 15 straight weeks on Texas Music Chart and Texas Regional Radio Report

"Mo Robson Band"-2001:Receives streaming and radio airplay



Bio Sheet

This Dallas, Texas based band brandishes their own unique sound, which many fans would likely describe as Hard-Rockin’ Country. Club owners call The Mo Robson Band profitable, as this band has built a reputation for packing houses, crowding dance floors, and bringing new fans with them at every venue they burn the stage up at.

The Mo Robson Band is made up Mo Robson (Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Power-Lifting), Matt Hope (Lead Guitar, Male Modeling), Rob Short (Bass, Dungeons & Dragons Champ), Brandon Rice (Drums, once got a “Participant” ribbon at 8th Grade field day) and Wesley Holtsford (Fiddle). The Mo Robson Band’s third album titled, “Live at Adair’s” was released in April 2009 by Smith Entertainment. Their new single “Gettin’ Gone” has been steadily moving up the Texas Music Chart and put in regular rotation on many regional and internet stations.

Lois Adair gave the Mo Robson Band its start with a regular Tuesday night gig at Adair’s Saloon in Dallas, TX, one of Texas’ legendary venues. Texas greats such as Jack Ingram and 1100 Springs began on the very same, beer-soaked, black-marker stained stage. Soon following, The Mo Robson Band began touring the area as well as the state, in addition to cutting their first CD, “Mo Robson Band.“ In April of 2001, the original drummer made the decision to move on to other endeavors, and this void was filled by Brandon Rice. The addition of Rice on drums is the last major line-up shift as the members of The Mo Robson Band have played every show together since (except the ones where they didn‘t). The boys have stayed together through a lot: break-ups, hang-ups, incarceration, inebriation, sickness and even gigs that weren’t showing a televised Cowboy’s game at the bar.

Robson’s songs consist of tales from his own unique set of circumstances. Whether it’s tales from time spent outside of the state (“Rolling Down This Highway”), time spent on the wrong side of the law (“Good Morning Warden”), time spent with the bottle (“Jim Beam Whiskey”), or even time spent trying to figure what to do next (“First One to Go”), Robson gives the listener a pass behind the curtain into the life that has provided for him the fertile ground from which to create from.

Over the last eight years the MRB has been giggin’ all over Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and even Louisiana, playing clubs, festivals, fairs, rodeos, and Little Miss Sulphur Springs Pageants (Go Jenny-Lou, you can do it girl!!). The guys have even been on-hand to rock many corporate and private functions . The MRB has performed with dozens of national, regional as well as local D/FW acts of all genres and flavors. This performance schedule has helped the guys add to their ever growing fan base, consisting of folks that have been life-long country fans plus listeners who haven’t historically been into Country Music, but are attracted to The Mo Robson Band’s brand of Rockin’ Country. The Mo Robson Band’s second disc, “Even Angels Fall” has received substantial airplay on many regional and internet stations that act as a gauge of what listeners really want to hear in today‘s crowded field of Country music that isn’t really all that “Country,“ let alone as real, rockin’ and honest as the work of The Mo Robson Band.

“With an expanding fan base, the Mo Robson Band seems poised to claim its place in a state that’s produced many well-respected artists.”-Carolyn Dixon,Melodic Sunburst

Mo Robson Band Has Performed With:
Randy Rogers Band, Radney Foster, Jack Ingram, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Jason Boland and The Stragglers, Wade Bowen, Charlie Robison, Mike McClure, Cory Morrow, Dale Watson, John Evans, Stoney Larue, 1100 Springs, Brandon Rhyder, Micky and The Motorcars, Susan Gibson, Miranda Lambert, Del Castillo, Lost Trailers, Hank Thompson, The Bellamy Brothers, Roger Creager, Gary P. Nunn, Tommy Alverson, Rusty Weir, Scott Miller, Kevin Fowler, Cooder Graw, Mark David Manders, Deryl Dodd, Mike Mancy, Eli and Young, Cowboys and Indians, Houston Marchman, Max Stalling, Doug Moreland, Bleu Edmondson, Speedtrucker, Wayne The Train Hancock, Jesse Dayton, Brian Burns, Ed Burleson, Davin James, Brian Houser, Slick 57, Boys Named Sue, Macon Greyson, Back Porch Mary...


2009- Live at Adair’s – Receives Radio and Internet Radio Airplay
Smith Entertainment

“The Mo Robson Band is one hard-working group of Dallas guys. For almost a decade, Mo and the boys have been crisscrossing America with their hard-driving brand of Texas country music. And the 16 songs on "Live At Adair's Saloon: Deep Ellum, Texas" fully capture the magic of the band's hugely popular live shows while delivering top-notch production and pitch-perfect vocals.”

2008- Even Angels Fall – Receives Radio and Internet Radio Airplay
Distributed By Smith Entertainment

“Country tinged with rock. Basically attitude-filled songs about love and lust, beer and whis