Mo Robson Band
Biography: There are many influences which give this Denton based band their own unique sound, which would best be described as hard-driving country. Live performances by the Mo Robson Band will definitely bring a crowd to it's feet, keep a dance floor packed and leave the crowd wanting more. Over the last seven years the MRB has been consistently touring Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, playing clubs, festivals/fairs and rodeos, as well as corporate and private functions. They have performed with national, regional and local acts of various genres. MRB turns heads everywhere they go adding to their ever growing fan base. Two CD's have been released by MRB; "Even Angels Fall", and self-titled debut "Mo Robson Band". Both CD's receive radio and streaming play. The Mo Robson Band is made up Mo Robson, Jake Jackson, Kevin Poe, and Todd Hatchett. Robson and Jackson started the band in December of 1999. In March 2000 the duo began playing acoustic shows at various venues around Dallas. A few weeks later the band found a drummer and bass player to form a full band. After several months of performing, the original bass player was asked to leave and was replaced on Labor Day 2000 by Kevin Poe. A few weeks later, the band landed a regular Tuesday night gig at Adair's Saloon in Dallas, TX. Soon following, the four members began touring in addition to recording their first CD. In April of 2001, the bands drummer decided to move on to other ventures, and was replaced by long time friend Todd Hatchett. The addition of Hatchett was the last and the members have played every show together since. Discography: 2005- "Even Angels Fall" 2001 - "Mo Robson Band" Mo Robson Band Has Performed With: Randy Rogers Band, Radney Foster, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Jason Boland and The Stragglers, Wade Bowen, Mike McClure, John Evans, Stoney Larue, 1100 Springs, Brandon Rhyder, Mike McClure, Susan Gibson, Miranda Lambert, Del Castillo, Lost Trailers, Hank Thompson, The Bellamy Brothers, Roger Creager, Gary P. Nunn, Tommy Alverson, Rusty Weir, Scott Miller, Kevin Fowler, Cooder Graw, Mark David Manders, Deryl Dodd, Mike Mancy, Eli and Young, Cowboys and Indians, Houston Marchman, Max Stalling, Doug Moreland, Bleu Edmondson, Speedtrucker, Wayne The Train Hancock, Jesse Dayton, Brian Burns, Ed Burleson, Davin James, Brian Houser, Slick 57, Boys Named Sue, Macon Greyson, Back Porch Mary...