In 1978, Robbie made the decision to pursue a solo career. He moved to Los Angeles and hooked up with old friends Rick Chudacoff and Peter Bunetta. Together, they produced his first solo recording. In 1980, Robbie signed a contract with Elektra Records. His debut self-titled album yielded two Top 10 singles, "Steal Away" and "Hot Rod Hearts," and earned him a Grammy® nomination for Best New Artist. To date, "Steal Away" has been played on American radio almost three million times. It qualifies as a true pop classic.
Over the past 25 years, Robbie has released nine albums. His latest, "Time and Tide," has been has been praised for it’s blend of Modern Themes and Old School Grooves. The self-produced album has been described by critics around the world as his defining work.
Robbie’s music can be heard in major motion pictures, network television shows, and national sports events. VH1 recently featured a profile of his enduring career. He continues to record and maintain a full touring schedule performing on concert stages around the world. WACBIZ is honored to be working with such a master and songsmith!
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