Born in 1930 in Greensboro, North Carolina. His dad was a tailor and part-time musician. Robbie Robinson played saxophone in the early 50s for the Johnny Otis band and had since a long career in the music industry as both vocalist and musician. His credits include many musical groups, including Blinkey Allen band, The Dominoes, The Flares/Flairs and the Ink Spots. Robbie has worked as a backup singer for several other popular groups, including The Platters. He also appeared in two movies : “Rock All Night” with The Platters, and “Pillow Talk”, with Rock Hudson and Doris Day
One session for Jim Foulds Productions and his Flair label (not the Modern subsidiary) in 1962 provided two records, this one and the other with his older brother, Robin, credited to the Robinson Brothers.