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Glenn Robinson (musician)

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Glenn Robinson
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Performing at the Wheelhouse Tavern, Narragansett, Rhode Island. May 2015
Background information
BornJanuary 9, 1985 (1985-01-09) (age 35)
OriginWest Warwick, Rhode Island, US
GenresPop punk, power pop, punk rock
Years active1997–present
LabelsJolly Ronnie Records, Wreck Kidz Lbl
Associated actsThe Pogs, The Prozacs, The Paranoids, Unibrows, Black Dove Social Club, New Blood, Sourpunch, Pants Ahoy!, God Cannot Save Your Soul From The Obituaries, Rich Ferri, Radio Radio, Tangram's Tangents, Danger Room, Steve Demers, American Monsters, New United, Neon Slut, Puke Fest
WebsiteOfficial website
MembersGlenn Robinson
Marc Daniels
Pete Camera
Joey 'Herbz' Casey
Sean Brown

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Glenn Robinson is an American songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in West Warwick, Rhode Island, who has been a member of various bands including Unibrows, The Prozacs, The Paranoids, and The Pogs.

Robinson is influenced by the simplicity of three-chord, pop punk acts such as Green Day, Descendents and Weezer.

He has opened up (not exclusively solo) for a handful of notable bands including Dan Vapid and the Cheats, Kurt Baker, The Connection, Deer Tick, Down By Law, Swimmers, Ida Maria, Monty Are I, The Guts, Christy Darlington, The Copyrights and Whole Wheat Bread.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Modern Mistakes (2013)
  • Unimpressed (2016)

EP's[edit]

  • Total Fiasco (2012)
  • A Very Black Friday (2013) Split E.P. with The Black Dove Social Club
  • More Applause in the Monitors, Please: Live in Cranston (2014)
  • Everything Is Stupid (2015)
  • Desk Job (2016)

Singles[edit]

  • Rear Ending a Hearse (2014)
  • Wavelengths / Gimme Insanity (2013)
  • No Action (2012)

Compilation Appearances[edit]

Year Title Label Contributing track
2013 From Under The Christmas Tree Pop Punk's Not Dead "Jesus Christ! (Can You Believe That It's Christmas?)"
2013 Bridged Gaps and Covered Tracks Real Gone Rocks "Fire in the Hole!"
2013 This Christmas Time 3 This Time Records "Jesus Christ! (Can You Believe That It's Christmas?)"
2014 All About Girls RTTB Records "Tambourine"
2014 Tales From The Pop Punk World Vol. 2 RTTB Records "Rear Ending A Hearse"
2014 Ice Cream Man Power Pop and More - A Taste Of... Future Man Records "I Really Shouldn't Bother"
2015 Best of 2014. Power Pop Planet N/A
2015 Got It Licked: Ice Cream Man Power Pop and More Future Man Records "Waste No Time"
2016 Tales From The Pop Punk World Vol. 3 RTTB Records "Thirteen O'Clock"
2016 Power Popsicle Brain Freeze Ice Cream Man Records "Betamaximum Sentence"
2016 Hope: Vol. 2 N/A "Small Talk"
2016 My Favorite Soundtracks - Motion City Soundtrack tribute album Power Pop Academy "Attractive Today"

Videos[edit]

  • The Last Winner (Official Video) - [1]

Reception[edit]

  • Real Gone Rocks – "“Prepare to add Glenn Robinson to your ever-growing list of heroes...” (about Glenn Robinson's album, "Modern Mistakes")[2]
  • Pop That Goes Crunch - "“Its anchored throughout by Robinson’s keen feel for melody, making the ten brief tracks on Modern Mistakes fly by in couple of a head-bopping moments" (about Glenn Robinson's album, "Modern Mistakes")[3]
  • Power Pop Academy(Japan) - "“Green Day meets Elvis Costello...”" [4]
  • Kool Kat Music - "“It’s brimming with classic pop-punk aggression and melodies that shine through and carry you from start to finish...A fantastic debut that is made to be played at MAXIMUM VOLUME only!”" (about Glenn Robinson's album, "Modern Mistakes")[5]

Notable Accomplishments[edit]

  • Desperate With Standards Power Pop Academy's Song of the Week [6]
  • Modern Mistakes included in Real Gone Rocks' Top Ten Albums of 2013[7]

References[edit]

External links[edit]



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