Robin Hoare

"Robin is a man for today who sings the blues of today. From the credit crunch to online gambling addictions, he's telling it how it is."

June 12th - Robin Hoare Band to headline the Cream Instrument Cable Stage at the Great British R&B Festival in Colne, Lancashire on August Bank Holiday Monday, August 31st.

On Monday August 31st, the Robin Hoare Band and guests will be headlining the Cream Instrument Cable Stage of the Great British R&B Festival at the Colne Lesser Muni. The event is presented by 2B Productions in association with Pendle Leisure Trust, The Chord Company and The Den. We will be using cutting edge sound technolgies to present what promises to be the best sounding event of the festival. The music will be dynamic, varied and always engaging....this is not to be missed. For further information go to;

Don't miss Robin and Danny in session on Phoenix FM Sunday June 21st from 10pm

Danny and I doing a session and interview for Tony Fitton and Francine Leith on their Blues in the Night show. It's just me and the Bass Doctor so expect laid back live tracks, chat and some songs from the album "A Time and Place". Lend us an ear! If you can't listen online or on your radio, they have podcasts to download.

Ttfn! :)

May 29th - album reviewed in Guitar and Bass Magazine

We've just received our first national music press review in July's Guitar and Bass Magazine. They write; "Sheffield bluesman steps up to the plate with a suitably steely tone and a big band....wholesome and satisfying"

March 2009 - The Robin Hoare Band join forces with GFI Promotions

We're very proud to announce that respected PR man Golly Gallagher has agreed to work with us as our PR representative. He's a veteran with the fire of a young buck. His previous clients include Billy Joel, Meatloaf, Aynsley Lister and Ian Parker. Golly is the regular PR man for Ruf Records in the UK.

Oct 2008 - New album "A Time and Place" completed.

We've finally taken delivery of the first batch of CDs. The album sounds great and will be distributed by Neil Ramsden of The Den Hi-Fi, Keighley ( The guitars, keyboards, and mastering were completed using Cream Cables.

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