Robin Lewis is a BMI published songwriter, performer and producer who has fronted many bands over the years with his smooth vocals, songwriting and command of the guitar. He now splits his time between Pinehurst North Carolina and Seattle Washington, releasing albums and playing the occasional singer songwriter gig to showcase his original music. His songs draw from many genres, but always build on the fluid motion present from his power pop roots. Original bands: Kyte, Mr. Stiff, Red Ochre and Who Hit Willie have all featured Robin's original compositions over the years. Rock, Reggae, Blue Eyed Soul, Pop, Jazz and Americana are all there in the eclectic mix of songs. The 2014 Who Hit Willie album "Ghost Town" showcased Robin's songwriting and received strong reviews, including winning the best Rock/Pop album award at the 2014 "Restore the Music Festival" in Gainesville. His solo recordings "Long Way Home", "Bungalow", "South by Northwest", "Cascadia" and the new instrumental album "Wheelhouse" offer a polished production style showcasing guitars, vocals and cleaver arrangement. The 2019 release "Cascadia" was a move back towards the rock and power pop styles Robin built his reputation on, featuring electric guitar oriented rock/pop songs. Not by coincidence, you will hear a lot of Rundgren and Bowie in these well crafted songs, looking back to the days of guitar based pop radio. Never standing still, Robin moves into the Jazz/fusion realm in 2020 with the all instrumental "Wheelhouse". These new songs feature a wide palette of Jazz/Funk and roots styles that can be traced back to his musical development as a student of renowned Jazz guitarist Robert Conti.