ROBERT VINCENT MUSIC - OFFICIAL

NEW ALBUM - OUT NOW!

IN THIS TOWN YOU'RE OWNED

ROBERT & FRIENDS

ELVIS COSTELLO and ROBERT VINCENT

ELVIS COSTELLO

ROBERT VINCENT, KIKI DEE and BETH NEILSEN CHAPMAN

KIKI DEE, BETH NEILSEN CHAPMAN

ROBERT VINCENT BBC RADIO 2 'THE COUNTRY SHOW'

THE COUNTRY SHOW WITH BOB HARRIS

Welcome to Robert Vincent Music.

*AMERICANA MUSIC ASSOCIATION UK's 2021 UK Artist of the YEAR and 2021 UK Album of the YEAR*

Since his debut album ‘Life in Easy Steps’ in 2013, Robert Vincent from Liverpool has been one of the most acclaimed new voices in Americana, Country and Folk. Having received the inaugural Emerging Artist Award from ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris in 2016 – who described Vincent as “absolutely magnetic”, Vincent was then invited onto BBC4’s ‘Old Grey Whistle Test: For One Night Only’. That performance marked a real breakthrough for Vincent, establishing him as one of the UK’s leading lights in Americana and propelling him to #1 in the iTunes Country chart

On Robert's latest offering ‘In This Town You’re Owned’, he returns with his most relevant album to date, produced by Brit Award winning Ethan Johns – who has won acclaim for his production work with, amongst others, Paul McCartney, Ray LaMontagne, Laura Marling, Kings of Leon, The Boxer Rebellion, The Staves, Gilbert O’Sullivan and Tom Jones. What a great result for Robert and Ethan Johns scooping Album of the Year. Overall fantastic achievements for Robert. What an unbelievable climb it's been after so many years of writing and recording.

Robert has performed extensively across the UK, Europe and the USA alongside such classic artists as Elvis Costello, Robert Plant, James Blunt, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Beth Neilson Chapman and Paul Carrack. Exciting times ahead as plans are now well under way for Robert's return to a live stage. Stay tuned for future announcements on ‘THIS TOWN TOUR 2021/22’ and ‘STRINGS ATTACHED’ concert events. 

'He's The Real Deal' -  Bob Harris OBE (BBC RADIO 2)   

'A Phenomenal Spiritual Listen' Sunday Times Album Review

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