Meet Donnie Robbie
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I was raised in the small town of Tewksbury Massachusetts. At the age of 1 year old I began to beat a tune out on my mom’s pots and pans, little did they realise that they had a drummer in the house. Being surrounded by a very musical family, at the early age of 3 years old I had my first live performance in my parent’s band “The Stardusters”. From then through to the age of 16, I had the privilege of performing weekly with my parents and also the band of my 3 elder brothers. At the age of 17 I ventured outside my family and began to perform with "The Platters", "Jeanie. C Riley," "The Graduates", "Janice Lee Band", "Lenny Luzitano" and several others. Never having had a music lesson in my lifetime makes me aware of the priceless gift that God has given me at a very early age. Music theory has been one of my favorite studies and I love to teach others and bring out the best of there musical abilities. Whether it is on an instrument or vocally.
Since the late 1990’s I have been recording and producing music albums, audio books, jingles and documentary audio in the comfort of my personal studio located at the time in Edgewater Florida.
In the last couple of years some of the projects that I have been involved in were the documentaries “Winter the Dolphin” who lost her tail and the famous Ted Williams Red Sox “ Hall of Fame”.
In 2001 I became an ordained music minister and have had the privilege of leading worship in many different churches, venues and countries.
I have produced several albums of my own that are currently available on many media sites including iTunes. (Click Here)
I give all the Glory to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ who has always been beside me and is my inspiration. My hope is that you will be blessed and inspired by my music as you listen and enjoy.
Peace to all
by Linda Ruth
I am so proud of my wonderful husband Donnie Robbie he is an incredible musician, audio/video engineer and music coach. There is nothing that he won't tackle, when it comes to creating and developing new sounds. I watched him stand in the yard, and record the sound of the birds singing one day, just so he could incorporate it into an album. He is often accused of being a walking instrument, as he brings music to every area of life and is an amazing man to be around. He has played the drums since the age of 3 and over the years added guitar, bass and anything that will make a sound to his list of instruments. He will even get a tune out of a pair of spoons. (So hold on to your silverware!)