Robert Vincent (is an English, Liverpool based blues and country music singer-songwriter, who was born in Crosby, England.
This is a singer songwriter firmly in the 'Americana' genre, with apparent influences from both country and blues singers.
Tours extensively, mainly in a support capacity (as of 2015), although 2015 is due to see his first headline tour with his band, so his growing popularity may change this over time.
First album was released in download, and two forms of physical CD. The two forms of physical CD are a traditional single CD with 12 tracks, and a 'Deluxe' version that used a book style CD cover (mirroring a line from the title track of the album), with a bonus CD adding more tracks.
Press coverage is fairly positive (examples below), although some critics have issues with the American style of music from a UK based singer songwriter.
Described by Andrew Harrison (editor of Q) as "the scouse Springsteen", Vincent is influenced by a range of music genres including Americana, 1970s English music and country music as well as his Merseyside roots. He toured extensively throughout 2012 as well as releasing a string of singles and EPs.
His debut album Life In Easy Steps was released by DB industries on 28 January 2013. His follow up, I'll Make The Most Of My Sins is set for release in the UK February 2017.
Label: Thirty Tigers JIM001LP
Format: Vinyl, LP
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
A1 This Town
A2 My Neighbour's Ghost
A3 The Kids Don't Dig God Anymore
A4 The Ending
B1 Husk Of A Soul
B2 I Was Hurt Today But I'm Alright Now
B3 End Of The War