Whether he’s performing shimmering, full-of-hope piano ballads or dark, sexually charged rock anthems, 20-year-old Atlanta native Robin Tucker is always searching for the truth in every chord and lyric. A classically trained pianist and singer studying at Berklee College of Music, Robin draws influence from artists like Evanescence, Enya, In This Moment, and Lindsey Stirling.
Robin’s 2018 debut album, WILD, details a search for identity and lasting love, calling upon energetic electro-pop, soft piano, and acoustic guitar to tell stories inspired by Romeo and Juliet (except they live on a farm), Veronica Roth’s “Divergent” series, and his own teenage life.
Born from the phrase “The only way out is through” and written during the early, challenging days of the covid pandemic, Robin's sophomore album, THE WAY OUT tells the story of a lost seeker struggling to emerge from a self-imposed prison of physical and mental pain. Through insecurities explored in the heavy ballad “Sex Toy,” the soft plea for a sign in “Angels,” and the harnessing of demons in “Call Me the Devil,” THE WAY OUT is a journey from darkness to light that everyone, in their own way, travels. Expanding on his first record’s piano pop, Robin’s new sonic palette is inspired by the dark rock of Evanescence, In This Moment, and Halestorm, and features mentor and GRAMMY contender Cheryl B. Engelhardt. The most recent single, "Sacrifice," debuted on five Amazon Bestseller charts.
Robin is studying Professional Music with concentrates in Songwriting, Music Business, and Music Production at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Robin also works for NY-based #1 New Age artist and celebrated musician career coach Cheryl B. Engelhardt.
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