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Robbie at the micRobbie Bartlett has been performing in Louisville area nightclubs since 1982.  With her talent and strong sense of musical direction, it is electric and engaging. Her warm smoky alto voice is heard regularly at popular clubs.

She started singing at age four and developed a strong foundation in R&B and jazz.  Styles include "Respect" by Aretha Franklin, "Good Morning Heartache" by Billie Holiday, "Give Me One Reason" by Tracy Chapman, and "At Last." by Etta James.

When the Louisville Palace was renovated, Robbie was called to perform at Stagedoor Johnnie's, the adjoining nightclub. When the Palace booked Frank Sinatra, Tom Jones, Sheryl Crow, The Righteous Brothers and many others, Robbie and her band opened there shows.  David Crosby and Graham Nash specifically asked for her to perform before and after their concert.

B.B.King sent word back through his daughter (Shirley King) after hearing me sing with her and her band, " Who is that? I like her voice".

Robbie's always in high demand for outdoor festivals, weddings, birthdays, country club activities, fundraisers, and house concerts.



Toured Europe 1999, 2000, 2002

May 2000 The CD "One Girls Opinion" was released.

March 2002 "A Night With Robbie Bartlett" was released.

September 29, 2010 preformed at The World Equestrian Games.

2012 Awarded The Sylvester Weaver Award from The Kentuckiana Blues Society.

October 9, 2013 "Another Side of Me" was released.

October 2013, Was included in the new book "One Hundred Fascinating Women" written by Nancy Miller.

 June 2014 Added Jazz & Funk music and a couple of new members. I'm very excited for a fresh start and I hope you'll like it.

 August 6, 2014 PGA of America honoring former President Bill Clinton at the Historic Louisville Palace Theater.

August 11, 2014 Voted #1 for R&B/Soul in Louisville, KY.

August 17 - 21, 2014 at the KY State Fair Opened for Keith Sweat.

August 18, 2014 "Pink Matters" Breast Cancer Fundraiser at Eddie Merlot's Restaurant.

September 6, 2014 "Chocolate Fest' Fundraiser benefitting the AIDS & Pet Walk.

September 18, 2014 Women4Women Luncheon at the Galt House Hotel.

September 21, 2014 at the Louisville AIDS & Pet Walk on the Water Front with Bernie Lubbers.

New Jazz CD called "Another side of me. First Jazz CD

I've just finished my first movie score "The Gift of your love" with Travis Myles who wrote the movie. He wrote the lyrics to the title song by the same name. I wrote the score, recorded, played piano & sang it. My guitarist Richard Streander recorded the guitar & bass tracks. Paul Culligan played drums and Ed Humphries played sax. You can buy the song from CD Baby.