"A Beloved Institution"
– Insight News
Once again, “The Pavarotti of Gospel” (Star Tribune), raises his voice to perform music that exemplifies the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History Month. From the gospel sounds of Rev. James Cleveland and Mahalia Jackson to the more subtle messages of freedom and hope by artists like John Lennon, Sam Cooke, Pop “Roebuck” Staples, Mavis Staples and Bob Dylan, Robinson’s concert is sure to inspire and uplift every listener. “In spite of the difficulties we are facing in this world, we must all believe and never give up hope for a better tomorrow.” – Robert Robinson (Insight News)
Please note: the link to this streaming show will be emailed to you 24 hours before the concert and again, one hour before the concert start time. If you do not see the link in your inbox, please check your SPAM and JUNK email folders. The show will be available to view until Mar 7
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A treasured member of the Twin Cities community, he has played Prince’s birthday party, opened for Aretha Franklin, and performed with artists including Jermaine Jackson, Kenny Loggins, Barry Manilow, and the Sounds of Blackness. “From popular holiday jingles to gospel music, Robert Robinson … hopes his voice gets into the heart of a person.” —WCCO