Robert Marr
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Robert Marr

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One Of Them Nights - Released October 2006 -

This is a 10 song album covering the gamut of emotions, ranging from love to dislike and contentment to fear of the unknown.

There are stories about a guy going to America from Scotland in "Big Land", and a guy going to the moon in "I Took A Chance", and top that off with a guy who doesn't know where he's going in "Everybody's Headin' Somewhere".

The blues tune, "You Ain't Got It Bad" tells the story of a guy who loses his wife after he buys her a new set of... Maybe you should just listen.

Then there's the guy who wants to go back down south in "Fair Weather Man", and the guy who flew to Europe, and had a heck of a ride in "Amsterdam". Let's don't forget about the dude who took that dreaded trip to China on business, and had a ball pickin' and singin' in "Beijing".

What about the young Irish boy who doesn't understand the Irish conflict in 'Foolish Child", and a song Robert wrote to show a friend that he can get over his writers-block in "Let Yourself Go".

The CD can be heard, and purchased at, and many other locations.

Live at Flint Folk Music Society - Release date is May 13, 2008. Recorded January 19, 2008 at the Greater Flint Arts Council. All 12 songs, and accompanying stories were recorded and mixed by FFMS Sound Engineer, Jim Balcerski and mastered at 3 Lakes. Songs include:
Big Land, You Ain't Got It Bad Blues, Foolish Child, Bad Wine, Mister Would You Play, She's Gone, Somebody Told Him, The News, Trains, The Speedwell, Nice To Meet You and Thanks For Another One.



Here is a singer/songwriter who writes stories about you and me and the guy down the street. He writes about disturbing social issues as well as exploration of self worth. Throw in some comical lyrics about real-life situations, et, voila!

After playing music for 35 years, and being a member of a few bands earlier on, Robert finally came back to the performing scene in 2005. Since then, he has written and recorded several songs, and released his first album, “One Of Them Nights”.

It is his first attempt at writing folk music, but certainly not the last. His second album will be released in the second quarter of 2007, exploring topics ranging from suicide bombing to the Amish school girl killings up to an Irish drinking song.

"..this hauntin song will be with me for a long time cuz its (bleep)in' great man"
"This is how I love a song delivered. In an honest and true setting in a really honest and stripped down way"
"The vocals are really great and with just the guitar is so perfect... I couldn't see it any other way"

These are a few of the reviews from various RM songs. Another reviewer stated, " I hear the rebirth of Harry Chapin in some of your songs, dude....." That's OK with Robert. In his view, Chapin was the king of singer/songwriters.

Robert’s primary website is There you can hear the songs from his CDs, One Of Them Nights, Live at FFMS, Could You Forgive?, Shady Stories and White Lies and But My Friends Call Me Bob, as well as some cover samples.

You can also find Robert at MySpace,, and GarageBand,