Here are some of the artists we are helping "Look for Europe in 2019 "
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Robin Irene Moss has been performing in New York City since 2013. Since then, her crystal-clear vocals and arresting lyrics have enchanted many an audience. She writes and sings lyric-driven new American folk music that anyone can relate to and you can’t help but sing along to. Drawing influence from folk revival royalty (Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Phil Ochs), contemporary artists (The Staves, Regina Spektor, The Tallest Man on Earth), as well as the rich style and storytelling of jazz greats (Cole Porter, Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington) her music is a palette of many colors.
In addition to performing regularly around NYC, Robin Irene has toured several times in Europe, as well as across the USA. She has played both solo and in different ensembles in Germany, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria, Ireland and England. Her album "Leave Your Desert Behind" (2015), and EP "I Like You" (2013) are available on all streaming platforms. In 2016 she launched her YouTube channel, Robin Irene Originals, on which she posts a new original song every week. The channel has been a great platform for collaboration with other up-and-coming musicians, and an exciting forum to publish new work as she develops it.
Play Too Much blog raved in a review of “I Like You” that “to say her talent as a songwriter is otherworldly is an understatement.” With those songs, Robin Irene creates a shared musical experience with and among her audience.