Robyn Leah Case
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Robyn Leah Case

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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

"Feels Like I'm Dreaming" - full length album released in 2001, received radio airplay on public and college radio stations throughout Ohio.

"Robyn Leah Case" Sampler - acoustic solo CD available now through Robyn's website

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Apparent innocence is what first draws audiences to the music of Robyn Leah Case, but very deep honesty is what holds them there. With a voice one college-aged fan compared to “melted chocolate”, Robyn performs songs of substance and meaning—a welcome contrast to an age where the music business seems dominated by watered-down, empty minded pop. Robyn’s alluring folk/rock music is said to capture the universal quest for self-discovery and self-actualization. Her lyrics have been described as feeling like a conversation at the kitchen table with a dear friend, comfortable and intimate.

A professionally trained vocalist at University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music, Robyn accompanies her songs mostly on guitar, and sometimes piano or mandolin. Since much of her childhood was spent in Montgomery, Alabama, her songwriting is rooted in the raw southern simplicity that influenced her early on. She took inspiration over the years from a number of diverse artists, encouraging her eclectic style. Her voice is most often compared to artists like Natalie Merchant, Harriet Wheeler (the Sundays), and Leigh Nash (Sixpence None the Richer), yet with a quality and intensity all her own.

At age 15 Robyn began writing songs, storing many of them for years until, when she was 21, her first full length CD was completed. The album titled “Feels Like I’m Dreaming” was independently released in summer of 2001 and showcased a range of sounds noticeably different from her basic and introspective recent recordings, which have yet to be released other than through her website. Released under the name Robyn Milligan, the CD gained attention for its excellent sound quality and remarkable variety of styles, “an incredibly diverse, yet cohesive set of songs” (Impact Weekly). For two years she toured Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Maryland performing both solo and with a small band. She also founded EarthShower Music, her independent record label and musicians network.

Robyn took time off from touring during most of 2003, to focus on personal redefinition following a divorce and various dramatic life-changes. But it seems she has emerged with deeper understanding, a rare wisdom without pretension, a humbleness that audiences hunger for. The songs she writes as a result of these challenging experiences have reached an entirely new level of realness, both musically and lyrically. Now 24, Robyn performs frequently at coffee shops, taverns, and music venues. Her performances are more intensely captivating than ever.