Robert Lee Whitefield

Robert Lee Whitefield


Whimsical recording artist Robert Lee Whitefield performs a classic mix of american standards and billboard top hits. Showmanship and world class performances are the hallmarks of a Robert Lee Whitefield show. His friendly down to earth personality wins over his audiences from the start to finish.


Robert Lee Whitefield started performing in the 1960's and has played on the Lodge circuit, the VFW's AMvets, county fairs, hundreds of bars and night clubs. He has also opened for over 25 international acts such as Molly Hatchet, Blackfoot, Johnny Paycheck, the Bellamy Brothers, Merle Haggard and many, many more. He has worked with members of Johnny Cash's Band, with members of the Pure Prairie League, Aretha Franklins band and countless others.

Robert Lee has been a featured artist at the Kalamazoo International Blues Festival and performed at numerous musical conferences around the country.

He is currently signed with Whimsical records in Scotland who will be releasing RLW material this fall. Robert Lee has also had his material included on movie soundtracks, and has publishing deals with two music publishers. He is a member of ASCAP. He spends much of his time doing studio work and has been preparing to go the road with his solo act.


The Champion

Written By: Robert Lee Whitefield

The Champion
from In Search of the Mysterious Mister Pigg Album - 2003

I am the Champion...hero of all man
I am the super one that saves you again and again
I am an alien born into your lab
You don't know who I am
because I ran....

I want a family home
a wife and kids
But I can never have these things...
all alone, I'm all alone...

I am the Champion... hero perfect
you killed my brothers for food but I am divine
You seek to hunt me down - because I ran
I am your Champion for all of time

Spooky Song (the story of Ed and Gordon)

Written By: Robert Lee Whitefield

The Spooky Song (the story of Ed and Gordon)

Here I am, just too far away
To try and get back where I belong

Through a fog I can barely see
My wife, my dogs

I've got to get home now
Things are playing with my head
Something told me I was dead...

Am I dreaming, or did I see?
A lone figure by the road
I stop the car to see what she needs
I look, I'm just alone

I've got to get home now
Things are playing with my head
A voice told me I was dead...

It's so strange, I seem to be fading away
Like the end of a song
Fell aslepp at that steering wheel
A crash a noise then I'm gone

I've got to get home now
Things are playing with my head
Voices keep telling me that I'm dead...


Written By: Robert Lee Whitefield


By Robert Lee Whitefield

In the air that we breathe
You can sense all the past

If you really could see with me
To live is to last

If you’d only see
How they float right through my head

Faces that pass
In life had their chance

They grow in my head
They’ll never be dead

They’re the air that we breathe
In a world that’s all their own

They’re the air that we breathe
Through us they atone

Than you really would mean
Every word you have said

If you only would look
And stare in the darkness

And the first step is to love
Then the next one you do

Breathe in the air
No one will care
Breathe in the air

Everyone shares

What in the air that we breathe
And you know what I will say

And the time has really come
When you have to you move

Breathe in the air, no one will care
Breathe in the air; it’s what we all share

It is the that we breathe
All the lives that you meet

It’s the air that you breathe
And you sink back in retreat

As you run and hide
You still breathe in their air


Robert Lee Whitefield - The Mastermind (1998)

The Whitefields Band- In Search of the Mysterious Mister Pigg (2003)

Day44 - Freeks of Time and Space (release date 2005)

Robert Lee Whitefield - Cosmic Things (release Date 2007)

Set List

Rolling and Tumbling - Cream
Something - Beatles
Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffet
Basket Case – Green Day
Stormy Monday - Allman Brothers
A World Without Love - Peter & Gordon
Paint it Black - Rolling Stones
Little Wing - Jimi Hendrix/Eric Clapton
Black Magic Woman – Santana
Into the Great Wide Open – Tom Petty
I left My Heart in San Francisco – Tony Bennet
House of The Rising Sun - The Animals
Misty – Traditional
While My Guitar Gently Weeps - Beatles
Last Train To Clarksville The Monkees
Hello, I Love You - The Doors
Everyday I got the Blues - Gary Moore
Fire and Rain - James Taylor
Ain’t That A Shame – Fats Domino
I’m Not Your Stepping Stone – The Monkees
Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
I’m So Lonesome I could Die – Hank Williams Sr.
Oye Como Va - Santana
Heart of Gold - Neil Young
Time in a Bottle - Jim Croce
A Whiter Shade of Pale - Procul Harum
Green Green Grass of Home - Trad.
Octopus's Garden - Beatles
Another Brick in the Wall (Part II) - Pink Flo