Robert has been playing piano and guitar for as long as he can remember. Starting out as a brash young singer fronting rock cover bands paying his dues on the pub circuit, Robert has since developed into an accomplished solo artist performing a blend of well known, guaranteed crowd-pleasers interspersed with his own original material predominantly lifted from his debut album, “Face The World”.
His repertoire includes all the classics from hit-makers like The Beatles, Billy Joel, Elton John, Van Morrison, The Eagles and Creedence right through to contemporary artists like Snow Patrol, Green Day, Pete Murray, Jack Johnson, Ben Harper, Jason Mraz and Bernard Fanning.
Robert tailors his music to the audience and is equally comfortable performing in an intimate acoustic setting or belting out dance tunes to a party crowd. Versatile enough to confidently handle piano bar, restaurants, clubs, pubs, weddings and parties with a diverse selection of popular material from the 50’s through to today.
He delivers each song with passion and enthusiasm and his light-hearted and good-natured banter endear him to any audience. Using equipment from respected manufacturers like Maton, G & L, Yamaha, and Peavey and sourcing only the very best quality backing tracks you can always be assured of a consistent, professional sound.
As a full-time professional entertainer, Robert takes the music business very seriously and is conscious of giving the client exactly what they ask for. That includes being on time, and playing the requested mix of music at an appropriate volume.
Robert is an experienced and confident entertainer performing regularly at venues around SE Queensland and Northern NSW and is available for all kinds of engagements including private functions, day or night in solo, duo, or trio format.
Robert Keith – vocals, piano, acoustic & electric guitar.
Albums: Face The World – Robert Keith 2005
EPs: Curious – X-Ploding Kats 2000
Singles: A Cowboy Never Cries (NFS 92, Nov. 2004) · This Time Love (NFS 94, Feb. 2005) · Face The World (NFS 98, July, 2005)