I hope you enjoy your stay and would like to invite you to bookmark this page, since there will be updates on a consistent basis.
Very thankful that my schedule has been busy and I am very fortunate to be able to work with Macon Bacon Recording Artist DARWIN MACON. In the past I have worked for 8 years with Saddle Up Records recording artist Todd Fritsch and Texas favorites such as Shane Barnhill, Dixie Trahan, Cooper Wade, Neil Austin Imber and Clay Farmer.
I also do a lot of session work – apart from the artists mentioned above, I have had the pleasure to record with artists such as Junior Gordon, Susan Hickman, Don Vickers, Jody Booth, Bri Bagwell, Anita Campbell, Josh Ward, Philip Griffin, Savannah Berry, John Slaughter, Erica Honore, Moses Rangel, Abby Gough, Cody Kouba, Bryan Shayne, Freddie Live and many others. My work can be heard on more than 500 released songs, so contact me if you have a project in the making or are in the process of planning a project.
My team of experienced in-demand professionals can help with planning your project, during the pre-production phase, getting top-notch session players lined up, managing the whole recording process, mastering your project all the way to production and delivery of the finished product (including professional photography and artwork). We can even deliver top-quality tracks via email. Let’s us know how we can help – you won’t regret it.
On Sundays I am playing bass for The Foundry Church in Houston and really enjoy working with their excellent Worship Team.
Drop me a message if you feel like, I am always interested in feedback. I also wanted to plug my friends at ‘Sounds Of Texas’ – if you are looking for a website, give them a call – they’ve done a great job for me through the years. If you need a band for your next event (party, festival, wedding, etc.) please contact the good folks at Sweetgrass Talent Agency and book one of their outstanding acts.
Thanks again for stopping by – have yourself a “groovin’ day” and come and see me at one of the upcoming shows.
– Robert DiBlanco