Nashville's new rising star listened to lots of music growing up.

He enjoyed pop, rock, dance, 50s and  also discovered and 
 fell deeply in love with country music. 

"It's music that is healing. It resonated with me and 
drew me in." Poverty and shyness were a way of life for 
Robby growing up, but in his imagination he dreamed big. 
He always believed that one day – some day -- he would 
find a path toward the life he hoped for. Going from job 
to job trying to find a meaning to his life he received a 
paid demo session as a Christmas present. The experience 
changed him forever. It was the first time he realized his 
voice might be special and that his songs could affect 
those who heard them. In 2012, Robby decided to come 
to Nashville and cut more songs. So strongly did he believe 
in his dream that when the company where he worked as 
a manufacturers’ sales rep refused to give him time off, 
he took a leap of faith and moved to Nashville.