Robert Lee Whitefield
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Robert Lee Whitefield


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"Various Publications/Venues/Radio Stations"

...This has to be the tightest sound I have heard yet as a reviewer. Strong and delicate all at the same time. "You Know I Love You" by the Whitefields reaches down into soul and pulls your emotions out. Even if you don't care for the blues there is no way you can listen to this song and not get into it... The Gods of Music

...The guitarist vocalist was amazing...Jimi Hendrix would have been smiling...Appalcore Productions

...The melodies of the Moody Blues with extended muscular guitar

...A master of the blues guitar...EKY Bluesfest
...they (The WhiteFields Band) sound like Stevie Ray Vaughn meets the Moody Blues!!!...WKHY FM radio

Featured on the "Monsters of Guitar" radio show

...One of the finest bands to perform here...The Sipp Theater

Featured on the "Best Music on the Net" Internet radio show

Have had radio play in Europe (tracked by ASCAP)

Currently on the play list of 24 indie music based radio stations

More Reviews and Press available upon request
- Various Production people/Venue owners/Newspapers

"Peaceful and Contemplative"

Great guitar intro.It puts me at once in its spell.Nice vox on it and well performed.Well written lyrics.Like it a lot. Altogether peaceful contemplative track.Great Job and highly recommended! - Mixposure

"Harold's Bad Trip by Day44 (review 2)"

A great neo-garage/psych trio from the Appalachia Mountains, The Whitefields Band, has just become one of my favorite psych (progressive retro) finds. They're tuned into all the right wave-lengths: Pink Floyd, Miles Davis, Albert King, 60s UK blues, Sun Ra, and MC5, among others. - MP34U

"You KNow That I Love You - Day44 (formerly The Whitefields)"

Ahh The Blues…. This is the hardest genera of music to review in my opinion. You can’t cut it up and you can’t compare it to anything at all. So the best way for me to write this review is to tell you exactly how it made me feel. Isn’t that what the blues are about anyway?!

This has to be the tightest sound I have heard yet as a reviewer. Strong and delicate all at the same time, “You Know I Love You” by The Whitefields reaches down into your soul and pulls your emotions out. Even if you don’t care for the blues there is no way you can listen to this song and not get into it.
- The Gods of Music

"Fantastic Band"

This is a fantastic track, and like the rail road gets straight to very core of a true blues sound. -

"Good Groovin'"

The guitar is beautiful. I'll never mind hearing groove-based guitar playing. Keep this up... PLEASE - Garageband records

"Harold's Bad Trip by Day44"

I'm seeing trails. "Harold's Bad Trip" mp3 by The Whitefields Band has the whole committee doing cartwheels in the grass. Wow.. what was I saying? Oh yeah! Mp3 Jackpot Winner! Ooohhh - colors taste good.. - Mp34U Song of the DAY!!!!


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)


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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.