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Meet Steve Robinson From Charlton, MA

 

 

Steve Robinson is a “Carolina country rocker” who has found himself in the middle of Massachusetts, literally. But you can’t take the Carolina  our of this country boy. His heroes are fellow North Carolinians, Luke Combs and Eric Church. Like those artists, there’s a edge to Steve’s sound. But there is also an aching in his voice that softens his approach to his songs.

Robinson has been at the music game since his grandfather gave him a guitar when he was a young boy. Times were tight for Steve early on, but the struggle made him a better artist. The skilled singer/songwriter has been able to use his fight as fuel, and says “the ride has never been easy but it’s always been worth it.”

Steve’s Story

From:  North Carolina

Grew up in: Traphill, North Carolina

Now lives in: Charlton, Ma

Current single, and or EP or Album: Little Things and Middle Of Nowhere

What lead you to music: My grandpa getting me a guitar

How old when you started: 10 years old

Instruments played:  Acoustic Guitar

How would you describe your sound: Luke Combs meets Lynyrd Skynyrd

Who inspires you: Luke Combs

Dream duet partner:  Eric Church

All- time favorite country song: Chattahoochie – Alan Jackson

First country concert: Blake Shelton

What songs do you like now on Country 1025: We Back by Jason Aldean, Getting Good Lauren Alaina, and I Wish Grandpas Never Died Riley Green

If you weren’t a musician, what would you be doing: Welding

Day Job: Welding

Most proud moment:  Holding my daughter for the first time.

Crazy thing that happened in your music career: Performing at Indian Ranch

Other things you like to do: Hunt, Fish and Ride Motorcycles

Fun facts: I am Left Handed, I can do a back flip still, and I make animals out of welding nuts and bolts together, and I Have the Monster Logo tattooed on my leg

Mantra: Gitcheebite , and Keep on Keeping on

 

Social Steve:

    

 

Robinson On The Road

(With non-essential businesses currently closed, please check Steve’s social pages for updates)

5/2/20– Days End Tavern

 

Every week, Kruser’s Local Catch highlights New England’s homegrown country music talent, and tells you where to catch them locally and in Nashville. Click here to view previous catches.

*Singer/songwriters with original music: Please submit for consideration to be The Local Catch by emailing: carolyn.kruse@bbgi.com

    

      

  

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