Robert Smith-Hald
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Robert Smith-Hald


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Debut album "Innocence Said" soon to be released. No Sunshine /missing You. Single released in 2004. Recieved a lot of airplay. No SUnshine picked to be on the 2005 MIDEM cd representing Norway.



Robert Smith-Hald was born and raised in a religious sect in the middle of the woods in Pennsylvania USA. They kept themselves as far from the outside world as possible, and hated all pop and rock music. The first time Robert heard Elvis, he was nearly killed with a sledgehammer by his babysitter as she slam-hammer attacked, eager to destroy the work of Satan.

Penniless, Robert escaped from the sect at the age of 15, making his new home in Norway, where he could trace his ancestry back to the city of Bergen, and the first Prime Minister of an independent Norway, Christian Michelsen. He is now well established there, and has become a highly respected and revered artist. His song-writing is deeply personal and genuinely heart-felt as the trauma of his experiences continue to fuel the fire of his creative mind.

Robert Smith-Hald is a singer-songwriter rock'n roller with an astounding voice and amazing songs. His songs evoke the sounds and quality of 60's and 70's folk rock legends like Bob Dylan, Neil Young, The Band, Bruce Springsteen and others. Robert's music and lyrics are of a quality not heard in years, and we invite you to come and see and hear the incredible sound of the man and his powerful and talented backing band, Fusa's Finest.

Go to to hear some of the songs, and see videos of him playing live with his kick ass band in concert, or in studio with DJ Baard Ose, for Norwegian Broadcasting. Join the fastest growing clan of fans in years, and add your name to the mailing list at

Robert's long awaited debut album is smoking hot off the press in a matter of weeks now. Be the first to know. Be the first to hear. Discover Robert Smith-Hald.