Robin Wiley

Robin Wiley

 Austin, Texas, USA
BandCountryAdult Contemporary

-"Robin, I just received your CD and would just like to tell you how remarkable your talent is. The disk is amazing and I am honored to have been able to play on such an honest and creative record. I hope you remember me when you're at the top."
Bob Birch - Bassist Elton John Band

Biography

Robin met two-time Grammy Nominee Frankie Fuchs on the set of “Aint Got No Home,” a PBS Special highlighting Woody Guthrie's life. Portraying Lefty Lou on the "American Masters” series, Robin gained great insight and appreciation for Woody's music. Woody's publisher granted Frankie permission to record an undiscovered song of Woody's, "Hot Rod Money." Moving from Austin to NYC, she developed relationship's and worked with some of the top musician's and producers in the business. Represented by George Stein (Jeff Buckley's Manager), she became a highly sought vocalist, arranger and writer. She fronted Gary Lucas/Jeff Buckley's band, “Gods & Monsters,” and opened for Jerry Garcia's, “Ratdog,” and KD Lang. Robin has worked and collaborated with Frankie Fuchs, Ted Kamp (Shooter Jennings Band), George Clinton's Production Company, The Middle Class, Scott Detweiller, VAVV Records, Buck Lovett and many others. Utilizing all of her talents, Robin has numerous National Jingles and Voice-Overs to her name and has appeared as an actress on "Jimmel Kimmel Live," "Sarah Silverman," and "Ghost Whispers." "Keep your eye on Ms. Wiley …” ~Fretless Management-NYC