Robbie Litt Band
Robbie Litt’s musical journey began at the age of 12 when he was a bass player living in northern Ontario. When he turned 18, Robbie formed his first band, The Brothers, where he played guitar and sang lead vocals alongside his two brothers. As The Brothers toured Ontario for 13 years, Robbie developed his songwriting and performance skills.
Eventually, Robbie became a soloist playing guitar and harmonica for Canadian country artist Beverley Mahood, and in 2013 he decided to gain an American fan base and joined Carnival Cruise lines with ports in Texas and Florida. This gave him the opportunity to travel and perform in foreign countries like Spain, Turkey, Italy, and the Bahamas. Classic rock and country artists such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pink Floyd, and Johnny Cash have influenced Robbie’s musical style, and have inspired him to write such moving songs as “Play it Soft,” “Brother,” and “Take Me for a Ride.”